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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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  • REVIEW: 'This is Our Youth' at Cort Theatre

    REVIEW: 'This is Our Youth' at Cort Theatre
    NEW YORK — In its home base of Chicago, the Steppenwolf Theatre Company's studiolike production of Kenneth Lonergan's closely observed and emotionally potent “This Is Our Youth” was an intimate, immersive affair. With the audience seated...
  • Versailles is still cooking

    Versailles is still cooking
    The upholstered green chairs and glittering chandeliers beckon hungry tourists from everywhere. The street-side counter serves Cuban sandwiches along with a side of the day's news and political gossip. For 43 years, these have been hallmarks of...
  • In Ferguson, mixed reviews for Gov. Nixon, good for Sen. McCaskill

    WASHINGTON Think New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whose competence in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy helped raise his profile outside his state. Recall former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who became an icon of resolve and resilience in the wake of...
  • David Feherty's career is not just garden-variety

    David Feherty's career is not just garden-variety
    TV star David Feherty isn't the most complicated man in the world, but he's in the conversation. He will turn 56 in two weeks, and the odds of that actually happening 10 years ago were not good. He was a pro golfer, yet another good linksman from...
  • Sharpton adapts adversarial style to de Blasio's New York

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was not the first time the Reverend Al Sharpton made his way to City Hall in a fiery mood to scold a mayor about New York City police officers killing an unarmed black man. Still, something about Sharpton's appearance with Mayor...
  • 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...
  • Legends show Jeter 'RE2PECT' in tribute video

    Legends show Jeter 'RE2PECT' in tribute video
    When you're a legendary athlete, you get a legendary send-off. Michael Jordan, Phil Jackson, Tiger Woods and several other luminaries across sports and entertainment give a literal tip of the cap to New York Yankees great Derek Jeter in a video...
  • Phil Jackson, Jeanie Buss tip caps to career of Yankees' Derek Jeter

    Though Lakers owner and executive Jeanie Buss is engaged to New York Knicks President Phil Jackson, the two were recently at odds in the hunt for unrestricted free agent Carmelo Anthony. While Anthony picked the Knicks, Buss and Jackson joined...
  • Hillary Clinton ahead, Republicans tightly bunched, in 2016 poll

    A new series of polls has confirmed the obvious when it comes to a presidential contest still more than two long years from its climax: Hillary Clinton is routing the field among Democrats, and Republican voters are all over the map when it comes to their...
  • Former L.A. Mayor James Hahn lands in traffic court — as judge

    Former L.A. Mayor James Hahn lands in traffic court — as judge
    Peter Horton, the television actor who played Gary on "Thirtysomething," stood at the defendant's table in a Santa Monica courtroom and told the judge why he'd skipped his trial for allegedly failing to stop for a school bus boarding children. "I was...
  • Mexico City's 'Barrio Bravo' refuses to be conquered

    Mexico City's 'Barrio Bravo' refuses to be conquered
    Alfonso Hernandez stands before a mural of Jesus Christ being ferried on a lion-drawn carriage, trailed by Catholic bishops and priests. Behind them, scores of men in crisp suits — some smiling, some somber, one in dark shades — kneel as...