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  • Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

    Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    In honor of the recent election, DayTrippers takes a tour of the incredible John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, which houses a large collection of personal and political artifacts.  Situated on Boston's Columbia Point, the museum's...
  • Three More Rell Administration Appointees Get The Ax

    There were three more firings this week of Rell-administration political appointees -- both high-level and low -- who landed on the permanent state civil-service payroll during the waning months of Republican M. Jodi Rell's governorship. Officials in...
  • Did first mayoral debate reveal a two-man race?

    Did first mayoral debate reveal a two-man race?
    It didn't take Mayor Rahm Emanuel long on Tuesday to let Chicago know who he's worried about in the campaign for mayor: Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, the Cook County commissioner and former alderman. How do I know? Rahm didn't tell me. But the mayor's campaign...
  • Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker forms committee to explore presidential run

    MILWAUKEE Only days after traveling to the early presidential race state of Iowa, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has formed a committee to help explore a bid for the White House, taking the next swift step in his increasingly likely run. On Jan. 16, the...
  • A sorry Republican preview for 2016

    WASHINGTON -- As the likely coronation of Hillary Clinton as the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee quietly progresses without serious opposition, the Republicans seem to be working overtime publicizing an abundance of long shots hoping to be her...
  • College of DuPage revote on president's buyout follows years of secrecy

    College of DuPage revote on president's buyout follows years of secrecy
    When College of DuPage trustees meet Wednesday to vote again on President Robert Breuder's controversial buyout package, years of secrecy surrounding Breuder's contract will come to a head. The unusual do-over, required because of an unspecified...
  • Investigators: County candidate lied under oath

    Investigators: County candidate lied under oath
    The 10th grade dropout who ran for Broward County Commission and fouled up the District 2 election so it had to be delayed twice and held in December lied under oath, the Broward State Attorney's Office has concluded after an investigation. But Tyron...
  • Wilson-Foley Says Notes Exist About Disputed Evidence In Rowland Case

    Wilson-Foley Says Notes Exist About Disputed Evidence In Rowland Case
    The disagreement provoked by former Gov. John G. Rowland's suggestion that prosecutors withheld evidence at his campaign fraud trial escalated Monday when one of Rowland's co-conspirators said she has independently made notes of discussions with...
  • Candidates win fans in high places

    Candidates win fans in high places
    For Juan Guillen, a candidate for the Burbank City Council in the Feb. 24 primary election, endorsements aren’t something he’s been aggressively seeking. “I haven’t really asked for endorsements,” he said. “People...
  • Rauner returns to anti-union rhetoric while blasting state business climate

    Rauner returns to anti-union rhetoric while blasting state business climate
    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner reintroduced his anti-union rhetoric Tuesday as he pointedly assigned blame for what he said was an unfriendly state business climate on an alliance among Democrats who get strong labor support in elections and reward...
  • Kathleen Kane's woes traced to transcript's release

    Kathleen Kane's woes traced to transcript's release
    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane's slide from political stardom to possible criminal defendant appears traceable to one place. The mirror. Had Kane, days after a newspaper published a story critical of her, not authorized...