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A 78-year-old woman with a history of dementia and paranoia has been reported missing since Jan. 13, Burbank police said. The woman, Mary Yacoubian, was last seen leaving the Burbank Extended Stay Apartments -- located at 2611 W. Olive Ave. -- on the...
Tags: Alzheimer's Disease, Google+
We're living in the eye of a perfect storm of weather anxiety — climate change and extreme storms, increasingly accurate forecasts by meteorologists, and the power and desire of news media to fully exploit our fears. Even a day or two of rain...
Tags: Weather Warnings, Weather Reports, Harford County, Ford, Weather
For 21/2 years, Iraq combat veteran Robert Fearing battled overwhelming anxiety and paranoia, a remnant of the mortar attacks he endured in the desert, all the while swallowing his frustration at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for failing to...
The Baltimore office of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is the slowest in the country in processing disability claims for servicemen and servicewomen — averaging about a year — and makes more mistakes than any other office. The...
Covering the church beat takes on an entirely new dimension when that church is the Church of Scientology. Since its founding in 1954 by former pulp fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, the church has aggressively used the courts and public relations...
L.A. NOWLayla Rosette Trawick could be sweet and charming. She volunteered for causes she believed in, friends and family said, and could be generous almost to a fault. But anyone who spent time with the 34-year-old woman knew that there was......
Nearly 50 years ago, the political journalist and historian Theodore H. White was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his insider's account of John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, "The Making of the President 1960." His success with that and subsequent...
Duncan Sheik is a skeptic of the supernatural -- "I completely don't believe in ghosts," the singer-songwriter says. Yet if his new musical “Whisper House” is to succeed in its world premiere Thursday at the Old Globe Theatre, audiences -- not...
Sun reporterIn the months leading up to the 2001 anthrax scare, Bruce E. Ivins had sought help from a psychiatrist, started taking antidepressants and repeatedly told a friend he was frightened by bouts of paranoia and depression. Yet even as his mental condition...
Tribune staff reporters.Bart Ross spent nearly a decade waiting to be heard, living with a face disfigured by cancer surgery, in constant pain, sinking deeper and deeper into a state of paranoia and growing ever more convinced the medical and judicial systems were out to get...
Sun StaffSIXTEEN DAYS before Frank Zito is charged with murder, Donna Dukes hears a knock at the door of her Centreville apartment. She's expecting company, so she doesn't check the peephole before opening the door. It's Frank Zito again - only Dukes, a 49-year-...
Tribune arts criticOn the frigid evening of Feb. 15, 2001, a silver-haired woman who stood less than 5 feet tall packed some skirts, blouses and underwear into two brown shopping bags. She put on her gray winter coat, locked the door to her Skokie home and fled. After she...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Farms, Nursing, California, War Crimes
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