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Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani
Rudy Giuliani, born May 28, 1944 in Brooklyn, N.Y., was the mayor of New York City from 1994 through 2001. He also ran for the Republican nomination for the 2008 presidential election, but lost out to John McCain. (Photo AP)
Rudy Giuliani, born May 28, 1944 in Brooklyn, N.Y., was the mayor of New York City from 1994 through 2001. He also ran for the Republican nomination for the 2008 presidential election, but lost out to John McCain. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • President Obama Lays Wreath At Somber Ceremony At Ground Zero

    President Obama Lays Wreath At Somber Ceremony At Ground Zero
    In what's being billed as a historic day in his presidency, President Barack Obama visited Ground Zero Thursday where he was joined by several 9/11 families to honor those lost nearly a decade ago. The momentous visit marks the death of Osama bin Laden,...
  • Obama Declares At FDNY Firehouse: We Didn't Forget

    Obama Declares At FDNY Firehouse: We Didn't Forget
    Eggplant parmigiana and pasta with scallops and shrimp. That's what President Barack Obama ate with 15 firefighters at the Engine 54 Ladder 4 firehouse Thursday afternoon. It was part of his visit to New York City to honor first responders and families...
  • Everyone into the pool: Rick Perry latest Republican to flirt with presidential campaign

    Everyone into the pool: Rick Perry latest Republican to flirt with presidential campaign
    Gov. Rick Perry of Texas on Friday said he's thinking more seriously about a presidential run, making him the latest in a growing roster of Republicans suddenly giving the 2012 campaign a look. Texas' longest-serving governor, Perry took office in 2000...
  • Men behaving badly: Same sad story, once again

    Men behaving badly: Same sad story, once again
    Let's roll out the list. It includes, in no particular order of sluttishness: Kwame Kilpatrick; Jesse Jackson; James McGreevey; Ted Haggard; Gary Condit; Mark Sanford; John Edwards; Bill Clinton; Newt Gingrich; Rudy Giuliani; Eliot Spitzer; Antonio...
  • Chris Giftos' Gift For Entertaining

    Chris Giftos' Gift For Entertaining
    If you're feeling a bit stressed about your holiday entertaining plans, listening to Chris Giftos talk about his experiences should calm you. There was the time that then-First Lady Hillary Clinton was coming for a dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of...
  • $4.2 billion aid, health care package for 9/11 victims, responders called 'Christmas miracle'

    $4.2 billion aid, health care package for 9/11 victims, responders called 'Christmas miracle'
    It was called a "Christmas miracle," but a last-minute compromise by Congress will provide a smaller aid package than originally envisioned to help victims of the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center and the responders sickened as they worked in...
  • Maryland threatens the sanctity of divorce

    Maryland threatens the sanctity of divorce
    American family values are under siege again, this time in Maryland. Two centuries of American jurisprudence and millennia of human experience are at the mercy of the state's Court of Appeals. The decision of the seven-judge panel may corrupt one of...
  • Census: U.S. Population to Near 313 Million on New Year's

    Census: U.S. Population to Near 313 Million on New Year's
    NEW YORK -- The U.S. population is expected to top out at close to 312.8 million people just around the time crowds gather to watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve, according to new census data released Thursday. The figure represents a 0.7% increase...
  • New Hampshire primary voting starts in two tiny hamlets

    New Hampshire primary voting starts in two tiny hamlets
    The first votes in the nation's first presidential primary were cast at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday in Dixville Notch, N.H., resulting in a tie between Jon Huntsman Jr. and Mitt Romney in the Republican race. Each received two votes apiece, with one vote each for...
  • Gallup: Mitt Romney has widest lead to date in GOP race

    Gallup: Mitt Romney has widest lead to date in GOP race
    If history is any guide, Mitt Romney is a sure thing to win his party's nomination for president. Romney has opened up the widest advantage to date over his Republican rivals in a nationwide Gallup survey, and for the first time has the support of more...
  • PASSINGS: Richard J. Sheirer, Jiri Raska, Jack Lionel Warner

    PASSINGS: Richard J. Sheirer, Jiri Raska, Jack Lionel Warner
    Richard J. Sheirer NYC emergency official at time of 9/11 Richard J. Sheirer, 65, the former New York City emergency management chief who helped guide the city through the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, died Thursday after experiencing chest pains....