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  • In Suffolk, Browning tangles with South Shore Press

     
    Suffolk Legis. Kate Browning came under front page attack from her local weekly newspaper, South Shore Press, in its Wednesday edition, for abstaining on the vote to make the weekly one of the county???s official papers. The paper, where......
  • Not so stunning finale for 'Top Model'

     
    Guest blogger John-John Williams IV reports:As predicted, Tyra Banks and company gave the top prize to Whitney, the full-figure model from Florida.I hate to write “I told you so,” but I totally predicted that Whitney would win. I also alluded....
  • Specter on Kennedy: 'I've been there'

     
    by James Oliphant Sen. Arlen Specter took to the Senate floor Tuesday to remind his collegues that he has stared down cancer--and survived. Specter, a Republican from Pennsylvania, is currently undergoing a second round of treatment to stave off Hodgkin'...
  • Remember those old jokes about the javelin catching competition ... lookee here

     
    If a Utah high school javelin thrower had a little more loft on his state tournament winning toss, this story would not be so amusing. Luckily, though, the thrwo by Provo High's Anthony Miles throw caught newspaper photographer Ryan McGeeney......
  • Bush: 'Move past old grievances'

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown In the last major address of his trip to the Middle East, President Bush plans to urge the region's leaders to "move past old grievances" and toward economic and political reforms. Bush, who has visited Israel......
  • Supreme Court upholds child porn law

     
    by James Oliphant The Supreme Court Monday upheld a federal law cited by authorities as an important tool to combat online child pornographers. In the 7-2 ruling, the court dismissed arguments that the PROTECT Act, passed by Congress in 2003,......
  • Things younger than John McCain

     
    By Don Frederick Later this week, John McCain's campaign is expected to confront head-on questions about his physical fitness to be president -- an issue stemming partly from his age -- with the release of his medical records and a......
  • Obama and Internet: best, worst of times

     
    by Mike Dorning digg_url = 'http://weblogs.chicagotribune.com/news/politics/blog/2008/05/obama_and_the_internet_the_bes.html';reddit_title='[TITLE]' Barack Obama's once-unlikely campaign for the presidency is poised to pass a crucial threshold tonight,...
  • Sen. Kennedy seizure shocks nation

     
    by Jill Zuckman Sen. Edward Kennedy's seizure and emergency helicopter flight from Cape Cod to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston on Saturday morning sparked an outpouring of emotion and concern for the liberal icon of the Democratic Party. Although...
  • Sen. Ted Kennedy a fighter, friends say

     
    Sen. Edward Kennedy greets his beloved Portuguese Water Dogs upon leaving Massachusetts General Hospital. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images.) by Jill Zuckman Friends and colleagues of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy instinctively reached for the same...
  • Fashion deficient in the District?

     
    by Whitney Blair Wyckoff To investigate rumors that Washington, D.C., is a "fashion wasteland," Politico ran a story about what men are wearing in the District. The story comes in response to a blog post by a former GQ staffer-turned......