Cover Story: Framed by Frame:
Errol Morris' new documentary film puts Vietnam-era Defense Secretary Robert McNamara in the hot seat. Geoffrey Dunn pulls up a chair. (Online Exclusive: Read the complete interview between Dunn and Morris.)
News: A '60s Revival
With a fervor borrowed from the Civil Rights era, an earnest group of young Lyndon LaRouche supporters shook up what was otherwise a dull state Democratic convention.
Deadbeat Club: Looking for ways to balance the state budget? Try tapping the cheats who refuse to pay taxes.
The Fly: Schwarzenegger's camp is most likely rejoicing after the abrupt departure of Assemblymember Sally Lieber's anti-Bush district director, Doug Winslow.
Biter looks ahead into the future--and chats with the last human worker in America, 94-year-old Wal-Mart greeter William Holcolmb.
Prostitution may be the oldest profession on earth, but the oldest science on earth is no doubt the study of longevity.
San Jose's lacrosse team returns home for a clash with the Philadelphia Wings.
Dreaming Of the Bard: The SITI Company sprinkles modernist dreams on Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night's Dream' at SJ Rep.
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