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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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  • Christie finds relief dissing high school nerd

    For such a smart politician, Chris Christie sure can be dumb. How stupid is it to go after an ally who could hurt you by hurting him first and where it hurts most: revisiting his awkward teenage years? You, the governor of New Jersey, were too cool for...
  • The commencement speaker boondoggle

    With commencement season heading into full swing, the scandal du jour is the rising number of speakers hounded off their graduation podiums (podia?) by student protests or threats thereof. Rutgers graduates and their parents will be deprived of the...
  • President Obama attends 9/11 museum ceremony in New York

    President Obama attends 9/11 museum ceremony in New York
    President Obama spoke at the opening ceremony of the long-delayed National September 11 Memorial Museum on Thursday, invoking the memory of those killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks. The dedication ceremony in New York was attended by current and...
  • The politicians' pawns [Commentary]

    The politicians' pawns [Commentary]
    Baltimore County officials co-opted the media coverage of a man's invasion of the WMAR-TV studios in Towson last week — the latest in a string of news events in which politicians were given center stage for no apparent reason. Baltimore County...
  • White powder at Super Bowl hotels stirs fear, appears to be hoax

    White powder at Super Bowl hotels stirs fear, appears to be hoax
    NEW YORK -- Envelopes containing a white powder were sent Friday to several hotels near Sunday’s Super Bowl in New Jersey and to the office of former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, but appear not be dangerous and at least one turned out to contain...
  • Saturday Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Gabby Douglas Story'

    Saturday Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Gabby Douglas Story'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 2 - 8, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES MythBusters In this new episode,...
  • Edward Koch dies at 88; outspoken mayor led New York City comeback

    In the late 1970s when Edward I. Koch won his first term as mayor of New York, the city was in shambles, its coffers and confidence sapped by financial crises and a paralyzing blackout. It needed a fighter and found one in Koch, a well-practiced pol...
  • Mayor Menino: Symbol of a resilient Boston

    As terrorists struck his city, Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino was no Rudy Giuliani, leading citizens to safety amid the chaos and offering wrenchingly articulate sound bites to the television cameras. When explosions tore through the finish of the Boston...
  • Sleep habits latest issue to rouse snoozy New York mayoral race

    Sleep habits latest issue to rouse snoozy New York mayoral race
    As New York prepares to choose a new mayor Tuesday, the latest issue in a race short on drama and long on lopsided polls is none other than the candidates' sleep patterns, with Republican Joe Lhota taking swipes at Democrat Bill de Blasio for...
  • Bill de Blasio wins New York mayoral election

    Bill de Blasio wins New York mayoral election
    NEW YORK – With violent crime at historic lows but rents and homelessness at record highs, New Yorkers elected Democrat Bill de Blasio as their next mayor Tuesday after embracing his vow to bridge the gap between rich and poor and to end police...
  • Falls makes no half 'Measures'

    Falls makes no half 'Measures'
    Director Robert Falls' arresting, audacious, intensely stimulating, mostly nihilistic and highly amusing production of "Measure for Measure" begins and ends with the poet Donna Summer. In the prologue, wherein the Duke hands over the keys to the city to...