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  • What if Hillary Clinton had won in 2008?

    What if Hillary Clinton had won in 2008?
    For journalists, the dog days of August are the worst. Nothing happens because Congress and the rest of you are all on vacation. So now is the time for whatever quirky column has been niggling at the back of one’s mind, waiting for a break in the...
  • Broward sheriff, 'dirty trickster' forge unlikely tie

    A campaign operative who built his career on smearing political enemies, publicly calls women the C-word and consulted for attorney-turned-Ponzi-schemer Scott Rothstein has become one of Sheriff Scott Israel's trusted political guides. The sheriff's...
  • Prepare for a long war against the Islamic State

    The hawks (including me) were wrong about a lot, but some got one thing right. It's going to be a long war. In the early days after 9/11, there was a lot of talk about a "clash of civilizations" and a long "existential struggle" facing the West. I...
  • The untransparent CIA

    The untransparent CIA
    — If the CIA spends half as much energy finding terrorists as it has spent fighting Congress, we should feel very safe. The spooks, taking a break from the mundane work of protecting the nation, have lately been turning their spycraft against...
  • Foley Declares Victory, Looks Ahead To Malloy Battle In The Fall

     Foley Declares Victory, Looks Ahead To Malloy Battle In The Fall
    Greenwich business executive Tom Foley roared to victory Tuesday night in a low-turnout Republican gubernatorial primary, setting up a potentially contentious rematch with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy this fall that polls show will start off as a dead heat....
  • Ex-U.S. SEC chair named to serve on Wall Street regulatory board

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Elisse Walter, a former regulator who twice served as head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, was appointed on Thursday to serve as a public governor to the board of Wall Street's self-funded regulator. The Financial...
  • Stop 'vacation-shaming' Obama

    Sitting on a deck chair on the family-friendly boardwalk at Rehoboth Beach, Del., typing into my digital tablet, I am wondering why people are giving President Barack Obama such a hard time for taking a vacation. I can understand why citizens would be...
  • Al-Maliki says he'll step down in Iraq, easing fears of violent transition

    BAGHDAD Bowing to calls for his resignation from Iraq's most revered cleric and his own political party, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Thursday backed off his threat to fight the nomination of his successor and announced that he would step down from...
  • Cold Water On Foley's Hopes?

    It was strange to see John McKinney pouring ice water on Tom Foley after losing to him in the Republican primary [Aug. 14, Page A10]. Perhaps he meant to remind us voters that Mr. Foley's ideas are really all wet, and even a bit cold-hearted. After all,...
  • Ed Page On Facebook: Does Politics Need Third-Party Candidates, As Ralph Nader Argues?

    The following is an abridged version of a conversation at http://www.facebook.com/edpagecourant. Richard Kriscenski: Third-party candidates have been around for almost as long as the country and should stay that way. It's part of the election and the two...
  • Former Tennessee Titans player Tim Shaw says he has ALS

    NASHVILLE Tenn. (Reuters) - Former Tennessee Titans linebacker Tim Shaw revealed he has ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, in a video that shows him dumping a bucket full of ice water over his head as part of an ALS fundraiser. "I'm here today to...