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When Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez labeled George W. Bush the "devil" during his…


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It's about time that somebody in the leadership of the Democratic Party had the backbone to…


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I'm someone with roots going back four generations in Albina. Having heard from my mother and…


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When I sat down to watch "60 Minutes" Sunday night, I knew that Secretary of State…


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Collectively, African Americans have been voting as a bloc since the late 1960s. We have been very…

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Poverty is alive and well in the world's richest nation, according to a recent report by the…


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"Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high…


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Music Reviews

How does a rhythm section of drummer Elvin Jones, bassist Robert Hurst or Eric Revis and pianist Mulgrew Miller sound?
Answer: five stars, of course, especially when you place in front of them trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis, alto saxophonist Donald Harrison or tenor man Branford Marsalis. On "Lone Warrior," Harrison evokes John Coltrane on his moving solo. Delfeayo, the youngest of the Marsalis musical brothers, exhibits his mastery of the trombone. Edwin Livingston is the bassist on the cut, and he deserves to be there.


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With the collapse of the recent trade talks in Qatar, the United States must examine what its…


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Left untreated, mood disorders such as bipolar disorder can lead to violent — and sometimes…


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