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  • Steele remains Friend of Bush

     
    by David Nitkin Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele entered the race for U.S. Senate two years ago with a major push from President Bush and his allies. National Republican leaders were looking to build their party's brand identity......
  • Let's play the veepstakes! (Home version)

     
    by Jim Tankersley We've almost officially entered a new stage of the presidential campaign, one where Ted Strickland and Tim Pawlenty - at least briefly - become household names. That's right: It's veepstakes time. Best of all, you can play......
  • Obama's running-mate gallery

     
    by Mark Silva Here's a handy little tick-off of some of the many potential names that have been suggested as running mates for Democrat Barack Obama, should he secure his party's presidential nomination. It starts, of course, with Hillary Clinton......
  • 'Pro-choice' GOP Senate pick courts Conservatives

     
    With Conservative Party officials evidently unsold on an endorsement of Plandome Manor Mayor Barbara Donno for state Senate, following their interview with her on Thursday, she has released a lettter sent to Roger Bogsted, the third party's Nassau...
  • Former B'khaven aide is new LI director for NY Labor dept.

     
    Mark J. Grossman, one-time regional aide to Gov. Mario Cuomo, has landed a $110,000-a-year job as Long Island regional director of the State Labor Department. Grossman, 51, of East Patchogue, who started in the new post a week ago, had......
  • Paterson: More surgery

     
    Gov. Paterson was in the hospital for surgery on his right eye today, a follow up to the glaucoma surgery on his left eye earlier in the week. From the press office: "This morning at approximately 10:15 a.m., Governor......
  • Former Wellington mayor Wenham returns to political scene

     
    By Wellington reporter Stephanie Horvath: Wellington???s former mayor and long-time councilman Tom Wenham isn???t fading into retirement. No way. Wenham, who has been a political force in Wellington since before the village was created in 1996, is...
  • Bush's 'Culture of Deception:' McClellan

     
    by Mark Silva Scott McClellan, one of the Texans who came to Washington with President George W. Bush, spent a long time defending the administration but now has concluded this his longtime employer misled the nation into an unneeded war......
  • Charlie Crist: McCain VP talk never aired

     
    by Mark Silva For all the talk about Sen. John McCain's house-guests for the Memorial Day weekend and what this might say about his search for a running mate, one of those guests at the ranch in Sedona, Ariz., says......
  • Hastert's Prairie Parkway push: FOX eyes

     
    by Mark Silva The former speaker of the House, Republican Dennis Hastert, is among the subjects of a FOX News Channel examination of questionable "earmarks'' in federal spending. His earmark: the Prairie Parkway that runs near land he owned west......
  • 'Lessons learned:' Hundreds a day

     
    by John Crewdson Introducing an occasional Swamp feature in which we attempt the vital but thankless task of keeping track of government's efforts to avoid admitting it has made a mistake by classifying the screw-up as a "lesson learned"--as though......