Jim HerdThere is grandeur in this view of life...Text by Joe Eskenazi. Gorgeous photos by Jim Herd. In the many months between when we first reported the inception of the San Francisco-based United Football League up to the moment we wandered into a largely abandoned AT&T Park for the Saturda ... More >>
By John GeluardiThe Chevron Corporation has exposed its pestilent underbelly by hiring William J. Haynes II, a Department of Defense attorney who compiled lists of violent interrogation techniques for shadowy U.S. detention centers. Chevron hired Haynes on as its chief corporate council in April ... More >>
No matter the run time and budget, Spike Lee's WWII drama is an epic bore.
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make 'em like they used to
The Army's realistic first-person shooter bogs down under fire
How the fractured counterrecruitment movement includes those hoping to bring the draft back
Anti-war activists ignored Saddam Hussein's horrendous crimes against ordinary Iraqis. Do they have anything -- beyond anti-Bush demonstrations -- to offer the oppressed in Iran and Syria?
Week of Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Why the Army thinks a 30-year-old college-educated California bull rider will help it recruit soldiers during wartime
An unfond look back at Freedom Toast, TV jingoes, and a pro-war bully called Tony Hall
The Pentagon claims gays who serve openly undermine the force, but a local researcher's evidence says otherwise. Could his work help President Bush make life better for gay soldiers than it ever was under Clinton?
Mel Gibson stars in The Patriot
Military to Form PC Corps
Thousands of Filipinos fought and spied and suffered and died under American command to help us win World War II. The U.S. government says the soldiers who survived -- now elderly, often living in poverty -- aren't worthy of military benefits. Four storie
A look at the Cold War ghosts that haunt the rim of the city