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  • Marlins Stadium Update No. 13,471

     
    With the trial in luxury auto dealer Norman Braman's lawsuit against Miami-Dade County, the city of Miami and the Marlins set to begin Tuesday, the timetable is in flux again. At the request of Braman's attorney, Bob Martinez, Miami-Dade Circuit......
  • John Roberts' record defies '05 pledges

     
    By James Oliphant With his third term as chief justice coming to a close amid three explosive cases last week, John Roberts has proved to be almost everything conservatives hoped and liberals feared. Despite pledges during his 2005 confirmation hearing......
  • Silver: Eating pretzels during sex complaint? (Corrected)

     
    Several years ago, Speaker Sheldon Silver's chief counsel Michael Boxley pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an Assembly aide in 2003, which led to disclosure of an earlier, similar incident involving an aide named Elizabeth Crothers. She had complained...
  • Rezko trial almost included more Obama

     
    by Katie Fretland Recently unsealed court documents show that federal prosecutors considered presenting more evidence about campaign contributions to Barack Obama at the trial of Antoin "Tony Rezko," but decided against it. Rezko, a longtime contributor...
  • Marlins Stadium Update No. 701,111

     
    The Marlins caught a break today when the new judge in the lawsuit filed by luxury auto dealer Norman Braman agreed to begin the trial next Wednesday, July 9. The trial was supposed to begin today, but had to be......
  • Records sought at McCain advisor's bank

     
    This can't be good for the campaign of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain. The IRS is trying to serve a summons on Swiss bank UBS AG seeking information on U.S. taxpayers who may have used the bank to gin up records to avoid...
  • Bush close to Gitmo decision?

     
    by James Oliphant ABC News is reporting that President Bush may decide in the coming days whether to close or revamp the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, that holds about 270 alleged terrorists. Closing Gitmo has been advocated by Defense......
  • `...Defer to the grand jury ...'

     
    Supervisor Teresa Altemus emerged from the Gloucester County Courthouse about 12:40 p.m. She paused behind a courthouse pillar, donned sunglasses and then walked down the stairs toting a small suitcase with her lawyer next to her. When asked if she would....
  • Paterson: A little present for Suffolk park police union?

     
    On the big stage, Gov. Paterson is deeply concerned about property taxes, and wants to cap them. But yesterday, he signed a little-noticed bill granting binding arbitration to the union representing 41 Suffolk County park police -- binding arbitration.......
  • `Son, is this the hill you want to die on?'

     
    As we mentioned in today's article, on Jan. 8, Jay Scudder met with supervisors Michelle Ressler and Bobby Crewe behind closed doors to discuss the release of thousands of dollars in the form of surety bonds on roads in a George......
  • Paterson: A win for Meyer Suozzi

     
    Last week, we wondered why Gov. Paterson, who purportedly wants to reduce property taxes, went against the advice of his own budget division and signed a bill granting binding arbitration to a tiny union representing Suffolk's park police, while......