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O, by the WayThe World Series of Poker going on in Las Vegas right now always produces its share of intriguing human interest stories.In the last few days, winners of tournaments included a few famous TV poker personalities and a couple of less......
KickingTiresLiving in the city has its pros and cons. One con that would make the top five in a ???Family Feud??? survey would obviously be the traffic, as overpopulated urban streets often leave cities paralyzed during rush hour. When highways......
Spin CycleNewsday's team at Hofstra continues to gather color from around the campus as the debate draws near. You can read them here, including: Patrick Whittle, sighting a flicker of the GOP's charges about voter fraud on a sign held......
WatchdogInspired by the item four posts down about Barry Horn's list of the markets with the lowest percentage of pay TV customers, I wondered about the top 10, figuring New York would be in it. Sure enough . . .......
The Swampby Mark Silva and Richard Simon In the business of crowd estimation, the National Mall is something of a riddle: The National Park Service will not count the crowd. But those sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, some......
The Swampby Frank James Some news stories leave you wondering just what to believe. A small New York Times story falls into that category. An excerpt: HOUSTON -- The descendants of Geronimo have sued Skull and Bones, a secret society at......
Dining@LargeBecause I'm on vacation this week, I'm turning Top 10 Tuesday over to a guest poster.I've been thinking about doing this for awhile, but I hadn't hit on the right person. Then Barry Glassman, founder of the Baltimore Jazz Alliance,......
The Swampby David G. Savage With Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. leading the way, the Supreme Court debated today whether to put stricter limits on the use of race as a factor in deciding who gets hired or promoted.......
Spin CyclePresident Barack Obama's selection of Sonia Sotomayor for the U.S. Supreme Court has two predictable consequences: Celebration of the first Hispanic appointment -- she's Puerto Rican from the Bronx -- mingled with "conservative" admonishments that she's...
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The Swampby Mark Silva In the course of any debate, the most extreme views have a way of overshadowing sensible discourse. And they have a way of backfiring on the most extreme debaters -- iand perhaps their entire party, when the......
The Swampby James Oliphant The Supreme Court's reversal Monday of a discrimination ruling involving a group of white Connecticut firefighters has provided critics of high court nominee Sonia Sotomayor with some fresh ammunition. Republican senators and...
The Swampby David G. Savage The Supreme Court ruled today that white firefighters who lost promotions in New Haven, Conn., were victims of illegal racial discrimination, with the court holding that employers should not rely on "raw racial statistics" to set......
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