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The Swampby Frank James (updated at 12:36 pm with Mukasey statement) Good news this morning on Attorney General Michael Mukasey. He's reportedly alert and communicating after having what at first sounded like a stroke Thursday evening while giving a speech......
The Swampby Frank James The Drudge Report has had this story about a Russian political analyst saying that the U.S. is headed for towards disintegration for a good part of the afternoon, indicating it must be drawing some fairly good web......
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Maryland WeatherSituated as it is on the edge of an active joint in the Earth's crustal plates, Haiti is no stranger to earthquakes. Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell has pulled some clips from the Sun's archives of stories we published in......
Spin CycleBill Richardson gets the nod for the Commerce Department -- not, with all due respect to the census and copyright laws and trade missions, the sexiest cabinet job in Washington for a guy who took abuse and was accused......
The Swampby James Janega Seeking to squelch persistent rumors that Sen. Barack Obama isn't eligible to become president because he allegedly was born outside the United States, a Hawaiian official has confirmed she has "personally seen and verified" that the...
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The Swampby Frank James Curtis Gans is one of the nation's leading experts on voter turnout issues as director for the Committee for the Study of the American Electorate at American University. He cautions that we won't really know what happened......
The SwampA surviving shack along road once known as Slave Street on a South Carolina plantation. Michelle Obama's great-great-grandfather, who was born around 1850, lived as a slave, at least until the Civil War, on the sprawling rice plantation. (Tribune......
KickingTiresIt's probably all those damn Springsteen songs. According to the U.S. Census, New Jersey ranks first in the nation when it comes to driving to work, driving alone and total time spent in the car. The state's average work commute......
The Swampby Frank James Utah's population grew the fastest of all states in the 12 months which ended July 1, 2008, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, partly because it's in a region -- the west -- which generally leads the......
The Swampby Frank James Andrew Cordesman, one of the Washington's top national-security experts, asks and attempts to answer some questions on a lot of people's minds right now: how does the fighting in Gaza stop and what can the U.S. do......
The Swampby Frank James When you're president or president-elect, you get a lot of gratuitous advice. And so it is that some Boston University professors have some ideas for President-elect Barack Obama, some serious, some not some serious. Hat tip to......
The Swampby Mark Silva As President George W. Bush and his writers place the final touches on 15 minutes of televisied talk that will deliver a farewell to the nation after two tumultuous terms in office, it's worth remembering the most......
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