Articles by Richard Pyle



German to Attempt 'Stone Age' Voyage

  • 16 July 07
  • The Associated Press
A German mariner set sail Wednesday from New York, bound for Spain, in a reed boat designed to replicate ocean voyages that he believes were taking place 12,000 years before Christopher Columbus' famous trip.

Hurricane Coverage Wins Pulitzers

  • 19 April 06
  • The Associated Press
Like their communities, The Sun Herald of south Mississippi and The Times-Picayune of New Orleans took a beating from Hurricane Katrina.

GQ: Hussein Likes Doritos, Hates Germs

  • 23 June 05
  • The Associated Press
Saddam Hussein loves Doritos, hates Froot Loops, admires U.S. President Ronald Reagan, thinks Bill Clinton was ""OK"" and considers George W. Bush and Bush's father ""no good.""

A Free Thinker, But No Spy

  • 17 May 02
  • The Associated Press
That the FBI spied on Albert Einstein has been public knowledge for two decades, but fuller details of its failed effort to prove the famed scientist was a communist agent are described in Fred Jerome's new book ""The Einstein File.""

A Free Thinker, But No Spy

  • 17 May 02
  • The Associated Press
That the FBI spied on Albert Einstein has been public knowledge for two decades, but fuller details of its failed effort to prove the famed scientist was a communist agent are described in Fred Jerome's new book ""The Einstein File.""

Rosenberg's Brother Admits to Perjury

  • 06 December 01
  • The Associated Press
David Greenglass, brother of convicted Soviet spy Ethel Rosenberg, has admitted to commiting perjury, and is unconcerned that he may have had a hand his sister's exectution.

2 More N.Y. Police Officers Arrested on Brutality Charge

New York Police Foil Suicide Bombers

Itar-Tass Wins Copyright Suit in New York

Gunman Kills 2, Wounds 6 at Empire State

U.S. Judge Gives 'Yaponchik' Nearly 10 Years for Extortion

Nautical Robots Assist in TWA Probe

Olympic Torch, Rings Linked to Third Reich