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  • Former NYC mayor Bloomberg, unions give more to Shriver, Kuehl efforts

    Former NYC mayor Bloomberg, unions give more to Shriver, Kuehl efforts
    Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has given $100,000 to a group supporting Bobby Shriver's bid to replace retiring Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, the latest in a flurry of late contributions. Coupled...
  • Rihanna sparkles at Concert for Valor

    Rihanna sparkles at Concert for Valor
    Rihanna wore a sparkly Tom Ford unitard to perform on the National Mall in Tuesday's Veterans Day Concert for Valor.  And, unusual for her (remember the gown with pasties?), she was covered from neck to toes. [The Cut] Myla Dalbesio, whose size 10 frame...
  • Millions In Outside Money Pouring Into Race for Governor

    Millions In Outside Money Pouring Into Race for Governor
    HARTFORD – Millions of dollars in outside political money from the right and left is flooding into Connecticut, with the latest installment a $1.17 million contribution of "dark money" from a nonprofit conservative group in Ohio called A Public...
  • Governor's Race Spending Passes $25 Million

    Governor's Race Spending Passes $25 Million
    Campaign spending in the dead-heat Connecticut governor's race continued at a feverish pace this week and has now gone past the $25 million mark. Republican business executive Tom Foley reported that his campaign had spent $1.67 million in one week,...
  • Spending On Governor's Race Tops $25 Million

    Spending On Governor's Race Tops $25 Million
    HARTFORD — Campaign spending in the dead-heat Connecticut governor's race accelerated to a feverish pace this week and has now blown past the $25 million mark. Republican business executive Tom Foley reported that his campaign had spent $1.67...
  • Smug Obama administration duped the public

     Smug Obama administration duped the public
    The viral video of the week, at least among policy wonks, shows one of Obamacare's key architects saying that the health care law passed only because the administration deceived the public. MIT professor Jonathan Gruber spoke candidly — and...
  • Diseñadores, políticos y empleados se despiden de Oscar de la Renta

    Diseñadores, políticos y empleados  se despiden de Oscar de la Renta
    NUEVA YORK —  Familiares de Oscar de la Renta, personalidades como Hillary Clinton y Henry Kissinger, diseñadores, artistas, políticos y empleados del fenecido icono de la moda abarrotaron hoy la centenaria iglesia San Ignacio de Loyola de Nueva...
  • Midterm ad blitz marks new era in political spending

    Midterm ad blitz marks new era in political spending
    For months, a billion-dollar ad blitz has flooded the airwaves here and in other closely contested states leading up to Tuesday's midterm election, another sign that the nation has entered a new era in political spending driven less by candidates and more...
  • Incumbent Torlakson takes the lead in race for state schools chief

    Incumbent Torlakson takes the lead in race for state schools chief
    In the most expensive political race in California, incumbent Tom Torlakson held the lead late Tuesday night over Marshall Tuck in the contest for state superintendent of public instruction. Shortly before midnight, Torlakson cautiously predicted...
  • Getting 'Interstellar' with Anne Hathaway

    "TRUTH IS a point of view, authenticity can't be faked," says producer/entrepreneur Peter Guber. SITTING IN Le Veau d'Or the other night, who should come drifting in but the tall and terrific star of "Interstellar." It's the movie of the moment about...
  • Tax on sugary drinks approved in Berkeley; S.F. measure falls short

    Tax on sugary drinks approved in Berkeley; S.F. measure falls short
    In voting Tuesday, Berkeley voters became the first electorate in the nation to approve a tax on sodas and other sugary beverages, while a similar measure in San Francisco fell short.  The Berkeley measure levies a penny per ounce for sugar-sweetened...