(December 26, 1912 March 9, 1960) was an American journalist, author, and politician during the middle of the 20th century. A native of Oregon, he would write for The New York Times before and after a stint in the United States Army during World War II. A Democrat, he entered politics in his home state by winning a seat in the Oregon House of Representatives and later was elected to the United States Senate. His widow, Maurine Brown Neuberger, would win his Senate seat after his death.
09.11.2012 [New York Daily News] - “She said she wasn't driving,” Santa Monica Police Sgt. Richard Lewis previously told The News. “We know she was driving. She was probably scared, but to lie to us is a whole different story.” Lohan had a seatbelt mark on the left side of her neck
06.11.2012 [New York Daily News] - There is no filing at this time,â€ Sgt. Richard Lewis told The News. The Santa Monica City Attorney did not return a call. In the summertime incident, Lohan was behind the wheel when she rear-ended the truck and totaled her two-door loaner Porsche
30.10.2012 [New York Times (blog)] - Richard Lewis/European Pressphoto Agency George Lucas in 2005, flanked by stormtroopers from his “Star Wars” films. 8:22 p.m. | Updated LOS ANGELES — The Walt Disney Company, in a move that gives it a commanding position in the world of fantasy