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Jack Abramoff

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  • MPAA search for top job may be coming to a close

     
    After nearly a year of searching for a candidate, Hollywood's chief lobbying arm appears to be close to finally selecting a new leader for the Motion Picture Assn. of America. Among the leading candidates is Tom Davis, 61, the former......
  • Rep. Hal Rogers' pork: red meat for 'tea partiers'

     
    In the interest of defending the defenseless, I'd like to try to counter the "tea party" backlash against the House GOP leadership's decision to give the Appropriations Committee gavel to longtime Republican appropriator (and "prince of pork") Hal...
  • Kevin Spacey addresses gay rumors: 'I don't live a lie'

     
    Kevin Spacey neither confirmed not denied rumors about his sexuality in an interview with the Daily Beast about his new film, "Casino Jack." He did, however, make it clear where he stands on Kevin Spacey being allowed privacy....
  • Kelly Preston anything but silent about birth of baby Benjamin

     
    Kelly Preston talked about Benjamin Travolta, her new son with John Travolta. Kelly Preston, a Scientologist like John Travolta, had a traditional silent birth with Benjamin....
  • Movie Review: Casino Jack

     
    There are two movies titled “Casino Jack,” and both are about the infamous lobbyist, DC double-dealer and scandal magnet Jack Abramoff. And truthfully, you don't need to see them both. If you saw Alex Gibney's “Casino Jack and the United...
  • David Nitkin on state politics issues

    Ehrlich Wendy, Ellicott City: The Sun reported that [Gov. Robert L.] Ehrlich [Jr.] had out-fundraised the Democratic rivals. But I was wondering, why wouldn't you add up the totals for the two Democratic candidates? Wouldn't that be a better indication of...
  • GOP Senator Not Hurt By Ethics Concerns

    Voters in eight states went to the polls in primary elections to set the stage for this fall's midterm elections. With national polls showing deep dissatisfaction with Congress, President Bush and the war in Iraq, Democrats hoped to gather momentum for...
  • Payments revealed after Boulis slaying

    First published on Friday, August 10, 2001 In the months surrounding the Feb. 6 murder of millionaire businessman Gus Boulis, SunCruz Casinos made $250,000 in payments to a mysterious Miami Beach company and an associate of former Gambino family crime...