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  • Stevens' 'gifts'

    Stevens' 'gifts'
    Of all the testimony offered during the four-week corruption trial of Sen. Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), perhaps the most revealing came from Stevens himself when he took the stand in his own defense Monday. Justice Department attorney Brenda Morris was...
  • 2008 year in review

    2008 year in review
    Last Sunday, New Yorkers gathered in Times Square for the second annual Good Riddance Day, feeding reminders of the things they least liked about 2008 into an industrial-sized paper shredder. There's something so wonderfully archetypal about this ritual...
  • Bush's pardons

    Unless the Christmas spirit inspires him to change course, George W. Bush will end his presidency having issued only about half the number of presidential pardons bestowed by Bill Clinton. Bush may, as some critics charge, be too parsimonious in...
  • Progress is due

    Ohio is poised to become the 19th state to guarantee maternity leave for pregnant women. Californians, who enjoy some of the most enlightened family leave policies in the nation, may take such a development for granted, but the Buckeye State is adding...
  • In Alaska, Stevens' long reign is over

    Sen. Ted Stevens, Republican of Alaska, already was a convicted felon when voters cast their ballots in this month's elections. Now, after an embarrassingly close race and a tearful farewell from the Senate, he's a private citizen again. Alaskans can take...
  • There's plenty of guilt to go around in the Ted Stevens case

    There's plenty of guilt to go around in the Ted Stevens case
    Just because a federal judge dismissed all charges Tuesday against former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens doesn't mean he's not a crook. For that matter, we're still trying to figure out which of the clowns in the courthouse circus presented by Stevens'...
  • Insider jokes

    Insider jokes
    Bad week for insider hotshots, great week for snide potshots. Rob Rogers applied himself to the Justice Department hiring scandal. Mike Luckovich slammed Alaska's Ted Stevens from the Senate to the Big House. (How much would a bridge to Alcatraz cost?)...
  • Fat cat trumps indicted senator: Colbert

     
    by Mark Silva Comic Stephen Colbert, making light of the indictment of Alaska's Sen. Ted Stevens this week, made even lighter of the comparative media coverage of it. Picking up a copy of The Washington Post , Colbert complained in......
  • McCain-Palin ticket hits Alaska iceberg

     
    Gov. Sarah Palin speaks to reporters regarding the indictment of U.S. Sen Ted Stevens in her Capitol office in Juneau, Alaska Tuesday July 29, 2008. (AP Photo/Juneau Empire, Brian Wallace) by Frank James Among the names mentioned as potential......
  • GOPers behind in 'other' election race

     
    Beneath McCain-Obama, red party blues...
  • Bush thanks troops, Ted Stevens

     
    by Katie Fretland Touting progress in Iraq, President Bush yesterday stopped at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, where he thanked both the troops and an indicted Sen. Ted Stevens for their support of the war. He said an Army......