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5 Stories You'll Care About in Politics This Week
What sounds most promising, taking the bridge to where Chris Christie is, or taking the train to where Rand Paul isn’t? Dancing with Bernie Sanders, or debating with Tom Cotton? Trying to fill Michael Grimm’s shoes on Staten Island, or trying to fill the silence of an empty stadium in Baltimore?
9 Top Political Gaffes of 2014
In Washington, even the smallest faux pas can hurtle a politician from respected to ridiculed as fast as you can say partisanship . And there was no shortage of cringe-worthy political screw-ups this year. From Hillary Clinton ’s “dead broke” gaffe to John Boehner’s “blank agenda,” here are nine of
Replacing Rep . Michael Grimm : Contenders Include Eric Garner DA
Several New York Republicans are angling to replace the bad boy of Congress now that Rep. Michael Grimm has decided to resign, but the leading candidate appears to be the district attorney whose office failed to convince a grand jury to indict the police officer involved in the controversial death
GOP Congressmen Grimm, Scalise Facing Controversy
Rep. Michael Grimm to resign amid legal troubles while House Majority Whip Steve Scalise reportedly attended a 2002 workshop organized by alleged white supremacists.
Republicans Come Clean Prior to New Congressional Session
Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise admits addressing a white nationalist group over a decade ago; N.Y.
Rep. Grimm to Resign After Guilty Plea to Tax Charge
Rep. Michael Grimm, who pleaded guilty to a felony tax charge in federal court last week, plans to resign his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives on Jan. 5, he announced in a statement. "This decision is made with a heavy heart, as I have enjoyed a very special relationship and closeness with
Public Figures Who Behaved Badly This Year
Justin Bieber, Donald Sterling, and Teresa Guidice earned spots on the 2014 dishonor roll.
Rep. Grim Pleads Guilty to Felony
Staten Island congressman pleads guilty to tax evasion, says he has no plans to resign.
Michael Grimm Resists Calls for Resignation After Guilty Plea to Tax Charge
After pleading guilty to a felony tax charge in federal court today, Rep. Michael Grimm made it clear he has no plans to resign from office despite mounting pressure from Democrats. "No," Grimm told reporters outside the courtroom when asked if he would resign. "As I said before as long as I am