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  • Lobdell: Who's to blame for Arizona shooting?

    Can you imagine our congressmen — John Campbell and Dana Rohrabacher — surrounded by bodyguards each time they make a public appearance in Newport-Mesa? Me neither. With 435 representatives and 100 senators, that would be quite an army...
  • Kennedy diagnosed with brain tumor

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown Sen. Edward M. Kennedy has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor after suffering a seizure over the weekend, according to doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital. His prognosis remains unknown, pending further tests. The...
  • Friday Belongs to RFK (Maybe Thursday Too)

     
    If reports that Hillary Clinton could drop out this week are true, place your bets on tonight, Wednesday or Thursday - because it probably won't be Friday. Why? Because it's the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Robert F.......
  • Clinton and Obama: A spring summit

     
    The Democratic rivals for the nomination, which we call them only by virtue of Hillary Clinton's non-concession, met today and, as some observers more alert than us first noticed, the talks cannot be going well. By Craig Gordon's account......
  • Obama chez Kennedy: 'Change the world'

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Barack Obama drove Ethel Kennedy's golf cart last night from the hilltop to the main house at Hickory Hill in McClean, Va., where supporters contributed $28,500 per person to a party fundraiser. And Obama fielded a......
  • McCain v. Obama: Truman v. RFK?

     
    by David R. Colburn As the presidential campaign heats up, it's increasingly difficult to find impartial assessments of the two major candidates. The talking heads seem to dominate the television screens, and they take turns denouncing one candidate or...
  • Joe Biden's long road to redemption

     
    In October, Tribune correspondent James Oliphant traveled with Sen. Joseph Biden in Iowa during his short-lived presidential campaign. Here is a version of the profile published last year in the Chicago Tribune. By James Oliphant Friday, October 19, 2007,...
  • Saladino: Newsday endorsed me if I say so?

     
    Newsday is endorsing various candidates this week. One of them was not Joseph Saladino, running against Keith Scalia for an Assembly seat in Massapequa: "Incumbent Assemb. Joseph Saladino, 45, of Massapequa, says all the right things about reducing the...
  • Kennedy to Obama administration? Definite maybe.

     
    Our Alfonso Castillo filed this report on rumors of a Kennedy in the Obama administration: As published reports surfaced about President-elect Barack Obama possibly tapping Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy for positions in his administration,...
  • Helen Thomas: Obama's one-day pardon

     
    by Mark Silva If Helen Thomas holds the only chair in the White House press briefing room named for an individual rather than an organization - a front-and-center seat at that - it may have something to do with the......
  • Kennedy as U.S. EPA choice? He has local history

     
    With Robert F. Kennedy Jr. reported early on to be a possible pick as environmental secretary in the coming Obama administration, questions have been raised about the degree to which Kennedy over the years has backed up his environmental......