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  • Robert Gibbs: Mouth of the (White) House

     
    by Mark Silva updated at 2:35 pm EST His tie was baby blue, coordinated with the backdrop of a high-tech White House press briefing room. His demeanor was calm, coordinated with the tone of the new Obama White House. His......
  • Obama lobbying ban hits DC reality

     
    by Frank James When is a ban on lobbyists in an administration not a ban on lobbyists in an administration? When you need a lobbyist who knows how the Pentagon works to help run the defense establishment. That's the situation......
  • Obama tours press room: Hold the grill

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama took a turn through the press briefing room in the West Wing this afternoon - but not for a press conference, only for a press tour. And no business. "Good to see you guys.......
  • Obama campaign chief ♥ John King's map

     
    Embedded video from CNN Video by Frank James David Plouffe, President Barack Obama's campaign manager, was interviewed by John King on CNN today. The interview demonstrates two things. Plouffe remains in campaign mode and King will take any excuse to........
  • Gates: Ethics rules may be doing harm

     
    by Frank James In his testimony before the Senate Armed Service Committee, Defense Secretary Bob Gates certainly didn't talk specifics about the controversial nomination of a former Raytheon Co. lobbyist to be his deputy secretary. But the situation...
  • Ten for Thursday: Done deal on stimulus

     
    House and Senate negotiators agreed on a scaled down $789 billion stimulus package that reduced the tax cuts and will now prompt questions about whether it is too small to jolt the economy. Highlights are here. Is Susan Collins......
  • 10 for Wednesday: Tim Not-so-terrific?

     
    Tim Geithner's big bailout plan was big, but reaction was "brutally negative" as markets dipped and pundits and legislators shook their heads over the lack of specifics. Wall Street executives (don't laugh) are going on an "image offensive" to......
  • High-tech Homeland Security plans flop

     
    by Ken Dilanian A high-tech "virtual fence" to catch illegal border crossers. Next-generation nuclear detectors at ports. Tamper-proof driver's licenses in every state. These were signature Bush administration initiatives to protect the country against...
  • City Guide: Suffolk

    SUFFOLK The town of Suffolk was born in 1742 — named after colonial governor William Gooch's home in Suffolk County, England. Suffolk became a city in 1910. Then in 1974 it consolidated with Nansemond County and the towns of Holland and...
  • Two finalists for police chief, sources say

    Two police veterans each with more than 20 years' experience in metropolitan departments are now finalists for the position of Newport Beach police chief, city officials said Tuesday. The candidates are retired Los Angeles Police Department Asst....
  • Armed robber helps feed baby during home invasion

    Armed robber helps feed baby during home invasion
    Indianapolis Metro Police were called to a home near East 21st and Shadeland Avenue around 8:30 Friday morning after armed gunman held four people hostage for 30 minutes. What investigators would later find includes things you would expect . . ....
  • ELCAN High Tech Bi-ocular

    A high tech company in Richardson just landed the biggest military contract in its history. ELCAN Optical Technologies, a division of Raytheon, won a $180 million contract to build a high-tech bi-ocular for the Marines. It's called the Phantom IR,  or...