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  • Justice Scalia dishes on devil, Ginsburg on her future

    Justice Scalia dishes on devil, Ginsburg on her future
    It's the first week of October, which puts the U.S. Supreme Court in focus in a way it almost never is unless chads are hanging — as in the 2000 post-election mess — or the justices are rendering decisions on fraught subjects like gay marriage...
  • Do you believe Christie didn't know about bridge lanes plot?

    Do you believe Christie didn't know about bridge lanes plot?
    N.J. Gov. Chris Christie apologized Thursday for traffic jams his aides caused in Fort Lee, N.J. in September and said that he knew nothing of the scheme until this week. The brash governor said he was “blindsided” to learn that an aide and an...
  • Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton's failed healthcare initiative

    Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton's failed healthcare initiative
    WASHINGTON — As Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to reshape the nation's healthcare system in her husband's first term as president, she got all the right advice from senior aides: Consult closely with members of Congress, build bridges with business...
  • Chris Christie, carrying Bridgegate baggage, arrives in Florida

    Chris Christie, carrying Bridgegate baggage, arrives in Florida
    A weekend in Florida for a likely/presumed/unofficial presidential candidate to meet with big-money donors and help other candidates raise cash is usually as routine as a trip to the supermarket. Not so for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who's spending...
  • 'Battle is not over' after a close Virginia governor's race

    'Battle is not over' after a close Virginia governor's race
    Virginia Democrats spent much of Tuesday night biting their nails with the governor’s race too close to call -- despite recent polls showing their nominee with a commanding lead. It was nearly 11 p.m. when Terry McAuliffe took the podium to...
  • Records detail prior police encounters of mentally ill woman shot near Capitol [Washington Post]

    The Washington Post reports: The woman fatally shot by police early this month after a dramatic car chase from the White House to the Capitol had police officers summoned to her Connecticut apartment at least twice after her boyfriend grew concerned about...
  • Augusto Odone dies at 80; used 'Lorenzo's oil' to treat ailing son

    Augusto Odone was a charismatic Italian economist whose job with the World Bank afforded a cosmopolitan lifestyle. But the important work he performed for impoverished countries paled by comparison to the job that began to consume him in 1984: saving...
  • Can Obamacare recover from its shaky start?

    Can Obamacare recover from its shaky start?
    President Obama acknowledged Friday that his administration botched the rollout of his signature health care policy — and said it was his biggest mistake of 2013. “Since I’m in charge, obviously we screwed it up,” he said....
  • NSA reportedly collecting data secretly from Google, Yahoo

    NSA reportedly collecting data secretly from Google, Yahoo
    WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting Internet data -- almost certainly including American email traffic -- as it transits to Google and Yahoo servers abroad, according to the latest disclosure from former NSA...
  • Lara Logan on '60 Minutes' Benghazi report: 'We were wrong'

    Lara Logan on '60 Minutes' Benghazi report: 'We were wrong'
    Following a rash of criticism, Lara Logan has apologized for an inaccurate "60 Minutes" report on the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. special mission in Libya. "We were wrong," she told co-hosts Norah O'Donnell and Jeff Glor in an Friday appearance...
  • Janet Dailey dies at 69; romance novelist overcame plagiarism scandal

    Janet Dailey dies at 69; romance novelist overcame plagiarism scandal
    Romance novelist Janet Dailey, who went from secretary to bestselling author with millions of copies of her books sold worldwide, found herself in the midst of a scandal in 1997 that could have been a career-ender. But in her world, the heroine always...