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  • McCain campaign takes on NYT, again (Updated)

     
    The McCain campaign is going after the NYTimes again, e-mailing out a blistering attack on its report this morning that McCain campaign manager Rick Davis' lobby/consulting firm was getting money from Freddie Mac until last month. From the McCain......
  • Busy day of meetings

     
    It's been a busy day with Hal Steinbrenner having a press conference in midtown about the new technology at the new Yankee Stadium. Of course, many of us there were more interested in on-field developments, what with bidding on free......
  • Obama and Detroit: Policy, or payback?

     
    Has anyone noticed that the one clear focus of Obama's first week as president -- aside from cutting a striking historic image with everything he does -- has been to push a bailout for GM and the auto industry.......
  • Bush: Economy 'can rebound quickly'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, who will convene a summit of world leaders on the economic crisis with a dinner at the White House on Friday and meetings on Saturday, will spell out his goals today in an address to......
  • Republican rap on Rangel: Drill, maybe, drill?

     
    New York Congressional dean Charles Rangel (D-Manhattan) has earned criticism about his dealings, possibly clouding his future as House Ways and Means chairman. But how???s this for a twist: Republican lawmakers, of all people, are crying foul over...
  • Obama's approval opens high, standard

     
    by Mark Silva Before President Barack Obama takes too much stock in his high opening job approval ratings - which the Gallup Poll says will be well above 50 percent when it reports the new president's first readings this weekend......
  • Schumer: Selective outrage on Madoff?

     
    The peripatetic Chuck Schumer is spending the morning being outraged at the SEC for its failure to uncover the Madoff fraud at a Senate Banking Committee hearing. He calls it a "punch in the gut" to the financial system......
  • GM's Canadian Sustainability Plan Confirms New Products

     
    Last week began with General Motors revealing its plans for survival to the American people, and by the end of the week it was Canada???s turn. GM???s Canadian viability plan wasn???t specific on the amount of money it requires, but......
  • Tatis to WBC?

     
    With Alex Rodriguez now shut down for 10 weeks because of hip surgery, Dominican GM Stan Javier has targeted Fernando Tatis as A-Rod's replacement for the World Baseball Classic. Javier visited Tradition Field this morning to recruit Tatis, who is......
  • Obama avoids populist AIG anger... so far

     
    by Rebecca Cole Looks like President Barack Obama is escaping some of the populist heat generated by the AIG bonus controversy. According to a USA Today/Gallup poll, a majority of Americans -- 54 percent -- are satisfied with the way......
  • Why no GM treatment for Wall Street?

     
    by Frank James Some observers are noticing what they believe is disparate treatment between the way Rick Wagoner, GM's CEO, is being shown the door by the White House and the Obama Administration's seemingly more tolerant stance towards the financial-...