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  • Clinton's N.Y. team: No-shows Saturday

     
    by Glenn Thrush Sorry Hillary, they've got other plans. The vast majority of Hillary Rodham Clinton's congressional supporters in New York will be skipping her Saturday drop-out announcement in Washington - citing reasons ranging from town halls back in...
  • Victory in the voting rights battle

    We've come to the end of a remarkable journey. In the early 1960s, most Southern blacks were barred from voting. Yet today, just over four decades later, blacks and whites from across the country have selected an African American man as the presidential...
  • Democrats are hypocrites when it comes to paying taxes

    Democrats are hypocrites when it comes to paying taxes
    During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden insisted that paying your taxes is a patriotic duty. No, scratch that. He said that supporting a tax hike was the American thing to do. "It's time to be patriotic," he told America's putative tax slackers....
  • Nancy Pelosi: the extreme moderate

    LIKE THE NOTORIOUS head scarf she wore when there, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent trip to Syria — and the "she's finally gone too far" hysteria that accompanied it — has covered over the real story about her reign thus far. Consider:...
  • Tuesday's Democratic National Convention schedule

    TELEVISION COVERAGE: The network news channels (ABC, CBS, NBC) will offer nightly prime-time coverage of the convention from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cable news channels (MSNBC, CNN, Fox) will broadcast live from Denver and offer round-the-clock coverage....
  • For Congress, election imperils balanced budget

    Facing an out-of-whack federal budget and a ballooning debt, congressional Democrats made a simple pledge when they took power in January: If lawmakers increased spending or cut the taxes needed to pay bills, they would find money elsewhere to balance the...
  • Rangel Running Again For Congress

    Rangel Running Again For Congress
    It's been 40 years since Rep. Charles Rangel first won his Congressional seat. And he's not done with it yet. Rangel formally announced his re-election campaign on Sunday. He made the announcement surrounded by a host of elected officials, including Gov....
  • Obama To Make Healthcare Push On Prime-Time

    Obama To Make Healthcare Push On Prime-Time
    (WGN-AM)- Nothing gets done in Washington, President Barack Obama says, unless someone sets a deadline. The "default'' position in Washington is inertia, the president suggested, during one of a series of network television interviews this week leading...
  • Panel Finds Charlie Rangel Broke House Rules With Caribbean Trip

    Panel Finds Charlie Rangel Broke House Rules With Caribbean Trip
    Rep. Charles Rangel says an ethics panel's finding against him is "disturbing" and promises he will have more to say about it after he consults with his lawyer. Rangel read a report by the House ethics committee that found he knowingly accepted Caribbean...
  • Obama's declining support among whites

    By Peter Wallsten Washington Bureau--After a summer of health care battles and sliding approval ratings for President Obama, the White House is facing a troubling new trend: The voters losing faith in the president are the ones he had worked hardest to...
  • 15th District: Charles Rangel

    Congressman Charles B. Rangel is serving his 19th term as the Representative from the 15th Congressional District, comprising East and Central Harlem, the Upper West Side, and Washington Heights/Inwood. He is is the Chairman of the Committee on Ways and...
  • Reversal of fortune: House approves $700-billion bailout bill

    WASHINGTON -- The House today approved a $700-billion financial rescue plan -- sweetened by $110 billion in tax cuts -- on a 263-171 vote four days after rejecting it in a move that stunned both Wall Street and Washington. "We've made this bill better,"...