- Making News: House Clears Intelligence Bill
Today, the Senate's expected to follow the House and pass the biggest overhaul of US intelligence in decades. President Bush has agreed to sign it, but after weeks of debate and compromise, will it meet expectations? David Cloud, who writes for the Wall Street Journal, discusses the bill's strengths and weaknesses.
- Reporter's Notebook: Disney Hall Glare
In less than a year, it's become known worldwide as a major LA landmark, and has given new meaning to the world "spectacular," but how much is too much? Sunlight glistens off the bright, undulating exterior walls of architect Frank Gehry's $274 Disney Hall. Now, laments Greg Goldin, architectural critic for Los Angeles Magazine, Gehry and LA County will likely spend $180,000 more to tone down the building's blinding patina.
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