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Jon Corzine

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  • Obama, governors: Philadelphia summit

     
    by Mark Silva Candidate Barack Obama went to Philadelphia to talk about race in America, seeking "a more perfect union," at a time when it appeared that the issue could dominate a presidential campaign. Now President-elect Obama will go to......
  • Caroline Kennedy to seek Senate seat

     
    by Frank James Caroline Kennedy has evidently decided she wants U.S,. Senate seat from New York to be vacated by Sen. Hillary Clinton who was chosen by President-elect BaracK Obama to be his secretary of State. This is not a......
  • King on Kennedy: Clinton did more before the Senate

     
    If Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford) runs for U.S. Senate in 2010, ???there is not going to be a shortage of people interested??? in running for his vacated Congressional seat, says Jay Jacobs, the Nassau Democratic chairman. Among them may......
  • Financial bailout-angst: 'People are mad'

     
    by Mark Silva Outrage - that's what members of Congress are voicing at the bankers hauled before them to account for what happened with billions of bailout dollars. (See the Tribune Bureau's story below about the "masters of the universe''......
  • Ben Affleck, Colin Powell: CBS' ticket

     
    by Mark Silva The line between network news and the celebrity world in Washington - if there ever was such a line - is looking a little blurry here: The annual White House Correspondents Association dinner, a black-tie affair that......
  • A state with gay-friendly laws faces a fight over partnerships

    Three years ago, when then-Assemblywoman Loretta Weinberg decided to sponsor a domestic partnership law for gay and lesbian couples in New Jersey, the big surprise was how little fuss it caused. There were no picketers outside the Legislature, no furious...
  • 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...