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  • Senate passes NASA “compromise” bill to build new rocketship

     
    The Senate Thursday night passed a compromise NASA authorization bill that would see the agency get back on track developing a new heavy lift rocket while providing some funding for commercial rocket companies to fly humans...
  • Hillary: Approved, 16-1

     
    Hillary Clinton is endorsed by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 16-1, forwarding her nomination to the Senate floor. The only nay vote: Prostitute-lovin' Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana, who had reservations about conflicts of interest with Bill's...
  • Hillary Clinton confirmed: Senate panel

     
    by Mark Silva The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today recommended confirmation of the nomination of Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York as secretary of state. The vote was 16-1. The full Senate still must confirm Clinton as President-elect Barack Obama'...
  • Naked Ambition

     
    Which was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion by a power player? 1. Yankees President Randy Levine, telling a lawmaker who questioned more taxpayer borrowing breaks for the new stadium: ???Your behavior in this entire matter is worthy of the......
  • Hillary Clinton confirmed to State Dept.

     
    by Frank James Senators tend to take care of their own and today they took care of Hillary Clinton, voting 94 to 2 to confirm her as President Obama's secretary of state. The two Republican senators who voted against her?......
  • Burris ouster by Senate looks unlikely

     
    Sen. Roland Burris (D-Ill.), leaves a press conference outside Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, Monday, Feb. 16, 2009. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty) by Frank James and Mike Dorning Now that Sen. Roland Burris has acknowledged that he indeed tried....
  • Burris Senate expulsion no time soon

     
    by David G. Savage Though Roland Burris had some trouble being admitted to the U.S. Senate, he will not be easily expelled now that he has arrived. It takes a vote of two-thirds of the senators to oust a member,......
  • Census Citizenship Question: Landrieu Pressed To Back Vitter's Proposal

    Census Citizenship Question: Landrieu Pressed To Back Vitter's Proposal
    Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is under pressure from most of Louisiana's congressional delegation to support Republican Sen. David Vitter's legislation requiring that next year's census forms ask about the status of a person's citizenship. Supporters...
  • Former Governor Dave Treen Dead At 81

    Former Governor Dave Treen Dead At 81
    Former Louisiana Gov. Dave Treen has died at age 81. Treen's son, David C. Treen Jr., said Treen died early Thursday of complications from a respiratory illness at East Jefferson General Hospital. Governor Bobby Jindal announced Thursday afternoon...
  • U.S. Senate Blocks Vitter's Amendment for Citizenship Question on Census

    U.S. Senate Blocks Vitter's Amendment for Citizenship Question on Census
    Senate Democrats Thursday blocked a GOP attempt to require next year's census forms to ask people whether they are U.S. citizens. The proposal by Louisiana Republican Sen. David Vitter was aimed at excluding non-citizens from the population totals that...
  • FDA Holds Off on Oyster Ban

    FDA Holds Off on Oyster Ban
    The Food and Drug Administration said Friday that it will conduct further studies before implementing a plan to ban raw, untreated Gulf Coast oysters during months when they are most likely to be infected with a harmful bacterium. The plan had sparked...