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  • State panel to investigate New Jersey bridge scandal

    State panel to investigate New Jersey bridge scandal
    TRENTON, N.J. — For Gov. Chris Christie, the questions about the traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge are just beginning, as New Jersey Democrats announced a new investigative committee that would push to figure out who ordered the four-day...
  • Salt shortage leaves many communities out in the cold

    SEDALIA, Mo. — The dirty rocks of salt are packed into a storage shed on a snowy lot, where a nearby bulldozer, its engine on, stands at the ready. Pettis County Commissioner Brent Hampy trudges across the frozen ground to assess the stockpiles...
  • California Republicans fear another November of Democratic dominance

    California Republicans fear another November of Democratic dominance
    Facing a daunting effort to unseat Gov. Jerry Brown, Republican activists in California are openly worrying about whether the party's donors, elected leaders and voters will embrace any of the GOP gubernatorial candidates. If Neel Kashkari or Tim...
  • Letters: What Cuomo said, and what he meant

    Re "Illiberal liberal values," Opinion, Jan. 21 In his tirade against an offhand comment by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Goldberg gives examples of "liberal intolerance." He misleadingly cites a pending Supreme Court decision on whether nuns "have...
  • State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point

    State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point
    WASHINGTON – Two Boston bombing survivors and Jason Collins, a 12-year NBA player who came out as gay last year, will sit among the White House’s guests at Tuesday’s State of the Union speech. Accompanying First Lady Michelle Obama, they...
  • New York Boasts of 'Winter's Tale' Tax Credit Dividends

    When an entertainment industry coalition presses California state lawmakers to expand its production incentives, they are likely to point to New York's more generous tax credits, and the Empire State's ability to recapture films and TV shows. That...
  • Salt shortage: States find it tough with winter storms, icy roads

    In the middle of a brutal winter, states throughout the country are grappling with a new crisis, a shortage of rock salt to melt ice on roadways. Here's a look at what's being done to combat limited supplies. What's the big deal about salt? Although...
  • Hillary Clinton's possible run blocks would-be Democratic contenders

    If Hillary Clinton doesn't run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016 — and there's one chance in five of that — the party could have a nervous breakdown. On the national level, the Democratic bench is weaker, or more...
  • NYC mayoral race narrows as Thompson cedes to De Blasio

    NYC mayoral race narrows as Thompson cedes to De Blasio
    NEW YORK — The race to become New York City's next mayor narrowed Monday as the runner-up in last week's Democratic primary ended his campaign and endorsed Bill de Blasio, the liberal public advocate who has cast himself as the anti-Michael...
  • New York promotes 'texting zones' where chatty drivers can park

    New York promotes 'texting zones' where chatty drivers can park
    Can’t wait to respond to the latest text from your BFF? NBD -- no big deal. At least if you're driving through New York, where Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday announced measures aimed at drivers haunted by the sound of unanswered cellphone rings and...
  • What we must learn from this storm

    Both the storm caused by Mother Nature and the manmade electoral storm have passed, but we're still getting reports of Hurricane Sandy's devastation. According to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, up to 40,000 New Yorkers may be in need of new housing. Gas lines...
  • Snow, ice wreak havoc in Northeast as second storm in a week blows in

    Snow, ice wreak havoc in Northeast as second storm in a week blows in
    NEW YORK -- Roads were closed, transit was thrown into turmoil, a store awning collapsed and thousands of people were without power Wednesday as the second storm this week dumped heavy snow across the Northeast and left streets coated with ice. “...