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President Obama, Clintons and Others Hail Mario Cuomo
The death Thursday of former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo at age 82 brought forth a flood of tributes recalling a man President Obama called "a determined champion of progressive values." Cuomo died of heart failure on the same day his son, Andrew Cuomo , was inaugurated for a second term as governor
Presidential Candidates Getting in a New York State of Mind Ahead of Next Primary
It's no accident that the New York primary is going to be a bigger deal in this presidential election than in years prior. As all five remaining candidates turn their attention eastward after the Wisconsin primary Tuesday night, the style and locations of events are going to be different than they
Things Chris Christie Talks About At Parties: Rooting Interests And Politics
During the Dallas Cowboys' wild-card win over Detroit, the American viewing public got a glimpse of how rich dudes celebrate when Dallas owner Jerry Jones got a jumping-up-and-down three-way man-hug that included New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Apparently, Tony Romo's winning touchdown was
5 Candidates You've Never Heard of Who Could Make the Difference On Election Day
With the makeup of the Senate hanging in the balance, a handful of third-party or non-mainstream candidates could act as spoilers in Senate match-ups on Tuesday – potentially sending races into overtime or snatching away much-needed votes from Democratic and Republican candidates. From a pizza
A State-by-State Look at Why the GOP Is Cautiously Optimistic About Election Day 2014
Republicans enter the final six-day stretch before Election Day with a cautious air of confidence. They believe more than six seats needed to win the Senate are within their grasp. But they still aren’t sure, exactly, just which six they may win. Even at this late stage of the campaign, the GOP
The Note's Must-Reads for Thursday, May 31, 2012
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen, Carrie Halperin and Will Cantine ENDORSEMENTS ABC News’ ...
Teen Death Linked to White Supremacists
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Democrats Sigh Relief as Weiner Resignation Triggers 3rd NY Special Election Because of Sex Scandal in One Year
ABC News’ Amy Walter (@amyewalter) reports: Democrats are clearly happy to have the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal behind them. The benefits of the New York congressman’s resignation were epitomized in House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi's press conference today, when she...
Rebecca Black: 'Don't Think I'm the Worst Singer'
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