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  • Missing link: Ready for prime time, '12?

     
    by Mark Silva As is fitting for the modern media world in which we live, the 47-million-year-old fossil of a primate hailed as "the missing link'' in human evolution, indeed he "Holy Grail'' of archeaology, already has a book deal,......
  • Game Day upon us -- FAU versus Middle Tennessee

     
    5px 0px;" /> OK, at least two more days until the Dreaded Summer Doldrums, possibly longer, since there is rain in the forecast for Troy, which could move some of the Belt tourney games. Looks OK for today, when......
  • Gameday Live 61: Mets at Yankees

     
    Top o' the afternoon to you. Stephen Haynes back with you for the rubber game of the Subway Series. Here to provide updates, banter and stuff. And, of course, the useless pre-game babble???. Let's hop to it. And now they???re......
  • Suozzi and Bogsted an odd couple -- on gay nups

     
    On political philosophy, Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi, a liberal Democrat, and his consumer affairs commissioner, Roger Bogsted, who is also head of the Nassau County Conservative Party, should be be far apart. On practical politics, they???re...
  • Obama, midway '09: 'When it gets hard'

     
    by Mark Silva "This is when it gets hard,'' President Barack Obama says, half way through 2009, with a sweeping accounting of actions taken in little more than five months in office. "This is when the criticism gets louder, when......
  • Labor Sec'y: No 'quick fix,' peaks, valleys

     
    by Mark Silva Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who still has $250 million to "roll out'' for job creation, maintains that the Obama administration is "not looking at just a quick fix'' for the economy and allows that this is "the......
  • Sotomayor hearing live analysis: Day 3

     
    Sonia Sotomayor continues her testimony Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee (Win McNamee/Getty Images) by James Oliphant We're back at Hart 216 for the third day of the Sotomayor Supreme Court hearings. Stay here for real time analysis during....
  • Obama's train ride: Lincolnesque imagery

     
    by Mike Dorning and Mark Silva, updated at 6:45 pm EST President-elect Barack Obama, arriving in Washington Saturday night at the end of a 137-mile train journey evocative of Abraham Lincoln's arrival in Washington, used the trip as a pre-inaugural......
  • Obama's African journey: 'Promise'

     
    President Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, founded with the slavery of Africans and perpetuating legalized racial discrimination well into the 20th Century, addressed the parliament of Ghana today in his first...
  • The End Is Near....And A New Beginning

     
    My humble apologies for not posting in a record number of days. Things like that can happen when you are tying up loose ends in a job you???ve been at for a while and are starting a new adventure.......
  • Palination: Advancing in new direction?

     
    by Mark Silva You might not know it from the way things have turned out at the polls lately, but more Americans say their political views have grown more conservative, rather than more liberal, in recent years. By a margin......