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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
The Audacity Of Nope
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES MARCH MADNESS COMES TO 1600 PENN.: It’s long been the audacity of nope, when it comes to would-be Cinderellas, notes ABC’s RICK KLEIN. “I know these are not imaginative picks,” President Obama told ESPN’s Andy Katz, in outlining his brackets...
Google Glass Explainer Too Little for Privacy-Sensitive Congress Members
Members of Congress today expressed disappointment with Google's response to their petition for the technology company to address and explain its Google Glass privacy policies. "I am disappointed in the responses we received from Google," Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, said in a statement released
Will The Romney-Ryan Ticket Go Bold? (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: IN THE MONEY — OBAMA CAMPAIGN EDITION: President Obama and Democrats report raising more than $114 million in August for the 2012 campaign, marking their best fundraising month of the cycle and outpacing rival Mitt ...
Newt-mentum: Can Gingrich Make a Comeback?
Newt Gingrich is pulling out all the stops to establish his conservative credentials and convince South Carolina Republicans to coalesce behind him less than three days before the primary that could determine the Republican presidential nominee. The former House speaker today divulged his tax
Shots Fired: A GOP Civil War In South Carolina (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) COLUMBIA, S.C. — With just three full days of campaigning left before this weekend’s crucial South Carolina primary, it looks like Newt Gingrich is getting under Mitt Romney’s skin. Here’s a clue: The Romney campaign has ...
1995: Newt Gingrich in His New Role
Jan. 5, 1995: Part 2 of "Nightline" interview with the Speaker of the House.
Dick Cheney Picks A Candidate In RNC Chairman's Race
ABC's Michael Falcone reports: Former Vice President Dick Cheney is lending his support to former Bush administration official Maria Cino, who is an all-but-declared candidate for chair of the Republican National Committee. Cheney will be one of the co-hosts of...
The Note: A Long December
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER DETAILS, DETAILS. President Obama and Congressional leaders from both parties emerged from yesterday’s White House summit expressing optimism that they could come to an agreement on a handful of thorny issues, including extending the...
'Mean Girls' or 'Sisterhood': The Politics of Women
Carly Fiorina's Dig at Sen. Barbara Boxer Has Fanned Debate About 'Sisterhood' in Politics, Whether Appearances Still Matter