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The Swampby Jill Zuckman At his Hidden Valley ranch near Sedona, Ariz., Sen. John McCain takes his guests for long hikes across the creek and up the hill, pointing out species of birds, plants and wildlife, and occasionally serving as medic......
Tags: Political Candidates, Arizona, Weather, Hunting, Barack Obama
Spin CycleWe took a few jabs at Gov. Paterson for his inaccurate and somewhat pander-ous suggestion to the NAACP yesterday that the media described him as the "accidental governor" based on some racial motivation. The NYSun, however, takes it a......
Tags: New York, Executive Branch, NAACP, Politics, Regional Authority
Spin CycleClearly there are still questions to be explored about Election Day results. An example: As Newsday's Celeste Hadrick reports, Nassau election officials are puzzled over a relatively low turnout in minority communities on Election Day -- despite the...
Tags: Uniondale, Referenda, Parliament, Barack Obama, Politics
The Swampby Frank James First Lady Laura Bush had the media in the residence part of the White House today to show off the holiday decorations, discuss her and President Bush's plans for the holidays, their impending return to Washington......
Spin CycleBefore this, you would have had a hard time coming up with things that Chuck Schumer and Sarah Palin have in common -- except, maybe, their mutual love of the photo-op. But it turns out they appear together in Field......
Tags: New York, Politics, Sarah Palin, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alaska
WatchdogAssuming this isn't some sort of publicity stunt - because that would be just like him - Joe Goldstein died Friday at age 81. It says so here. It figures that he picked a Friday. Everyone in the p.r. business......
Spin CycleIt was a photo-op in search of a home. This event Monday was meant to promote a program under which 56 trees will be planted at 40 schools in Nassau County. It was first scheduled to be held at a......
This year's Fleet Week will have the smallest contingent of major American combat ships since the annual event's debut 22 years ago. The Navy blames the slimmer show on the need to save money. Fleet Week 2009, which brings an array of warships to New...
Tags: U.S. Navy, New York City, U.S. Army, Defense, Armed Forces
Staff reporterFlying with Emilio Documentary showing: Friday, April 3 7 PM Ferguson Lecture Hall at Columbia College Chicago 600 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago (773) 407-7193 Captain Emilio Carranza is a classic example of a valiant hero with faith in his ideals,...
Of The Morning CallNOTE: This story appeared in the supplement Outlook 2006 - The Impact...of Growth. Lehigh Valley area school districts are either considering or have under way construction projects costing in excess of $700 million, a direct result of the region's...
Staff reporterSeattle's Garfield High School has reason to celebrate this morning. The school's jazz band won the top prize at the 14th annual Essentially Ellington competition at Lincoln Center in New York City Sunday. Last year Garfield came in second place while...
Tags: New York, New York City, Schools, Lincoln Center, Education
Tribune staff reporterAfter a month at sea, several Marines from Illinois say life onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt has settled into a daily routine of 12-hour shifts, poor sleep and bad food. "Every day feels like a Wednesday. There's no weekend out here," said Jason, a...
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