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  • Supreme Court: 'The diversity criteria'

     
    by Mark Silva Anyone seriously interested in filling the imminent opening on the Supreme Court is probably loathe to get on too many publicly discussed lists, but our friend and colleague Jan Crawford Greenburg and the crew at ABC News......
  • Lawyer from Elmont eyed for Nassau clerk race

     
    Nassau Democratic Chairman Jay Jacobs says he plans to run lawyer Carri?? Solages of Elmont against Republican County Clerk Maureen O'Connell ??? setting up the first real countywide contest announced thus far for the November election. Solages, 29, a...
  • Barack Obama: 'Power of words'

     
    by Mark Silva With the East Room of the White House converted briefly into what a pool reporter inside the hall called a "jazz lounge with mood lighting'' last night, the first couple played host to ""An Evening of Poetry,......
  • An American Family Goes American-Made on ABC News

     
    Buying American is a noble cause, but it can be difficult to do these days. Armed with Cars.com???s American-Made Index, ABC News reporters David Muir and Sharyn Alfonsi joined the Stewart family from Hillsdale, N.J., as they shopped for a......
  • Paolo's in Towson closes

     
    When I got back last night, I got an e-mail from a friend saying that she had heard that the Paolo's Ristorante in Towson had closed and 'trucks were moving things out.' I have to say that startled me. It seemed......
  • Cheney's life-saving claims hard to back

     
    by Greg Miller In the bitter debate over the nation's counterterrorism policies, former Vice President Dick Cheney has introduced an assertion that substantially raises the stakes. Twice in the past two weeks -- including a speech Thursday -- Cheney has.....
  • Friday's heat shattered records all over the place

     
    Here are some of the high temperature records broken and set on Friday, from the National Weather Service:Newark, NJ: 108 degrees, breaking the 101-degree record for the date, and the 105-degree all-time high set Aug. 9, 2001. Records began in......
  • Hofstra Law dean on a list for US Supreme Court?

     
    Over the weekend, NPR's Nina Totenberg named as a longshot U.S. Supreme Court prospect Nora Demleitner, dean at Hofstra Law School, who is a former clerk to Justice Samuel Alito. As a Democrat she testified for his confirmation. The......
  • Obama, Chicago's Judge Wood, talked

     
    by Mark Silva and updated. President Barack Obama has met with Chicago-based appellate judge Diane Wood, believed to be one of the candidates whom the president is considering for an appointment to the Supreme Court, our friends at Bloomberg News......
  • Bush twins: Secret Service 'nightmare?'

     
    by Mark Silva The Bush twins gave the Secret Service a run for their money in the White House, according to a new book about the job of protecting the president. Author Ronald Kessler claims Barbara and Jenna Bush put......
  • Obamas' night out: First WH anniversary

     
    by Mark Silva (and updated Sunday, at 4 pm EDT, with a reflection on vitiriol.) Barack and Michelle Obama are, among other things, husband and wife. And tonight, they celebrated their 17th anniversary, their first in the White House. The......