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NYC, Boston Residents Prepare for Monster Snow Storm
Officials in Northeast U.S. prepare for blizzard conditions as massive snow storm approaches.
Clinton And Koch - A Day Of Departures (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES CHANGING OF THE GUARD: It’s Hillary Clinton’s last day in Foggy Bottom. Sen. John Kerry will be sworn in on Friday afternoon as Secretary of State in a private, small ceremony, notes ABC’s Dana Hughes. Justice Elena Kagan will swear...
The Note: ‘Courage’ And Consequences
The Note: ‘Courage’ And Consequences By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER PRE-BITUARY? With just under three weeks to go until Election Day, President Obama alluded to how difficult a year it's going to be for Democrats, noting that he was...
Matheson: Voters Want Congress 'Act Like Big Boys And Girls'
We're still in this for John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. About the last 23%. We're on earth would be giving them a 100000 dollars for people make a million dollars war. If this is indeed a wrestling match it's gonna start with some intra murals. very nice maybe we should talk to Linda McMahon
Baggage Handling: Obama leaves behind unfinished business as he leaves for Asia
Mostly, though, this one stands out because President Obama's most important work is staying behind while he's in Asia over the next week.
Swine Flu Shuts Down 16 NYC Schools
New York City health officials announced the closure of three more school buildings for Tuesday, bringing the total number of schools closed due to swine flu to 16. Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Frieden and Schools Chancellor Joel Klein today announced that the City Health Department has
With New Store, Armani Takes on the Recession
Georgio Armani on His Newest Venture, Fabulous Clothes and Late-Night Partying at Age 74
NYC to Consider Job Cuts as Budget Deficit Looms
With tax revenues continuing to drop, New York City faces a $4 billion deficit for fiscal year 2010 and could resort to layoffs and attrition from the city's 310,000-member workforce to close the gap, city officials said late Thursday. The cuts and layoffs could result in the elimination of more
The Note, 12/23/08: Show It All? Report to Test Obama’s Openness
BY RICK KLEIN Who’s happiest that a certain delayed report is coming Tuesday -- Mike Duncan, Stephanie Cutter, Rahm Emanuel, or reporters looking forward to the holidays? Who will be most disappointed in what it contains -- Mike Duncan, Rod...
Kennedy would follow Clinton as late-bloomer senator
If Caroline Kennedy becomes a senator, she'd be New York's second female celebrity senator to take an unconventional route to Congress. Kennedy is a lawyer who has written about constitutional issues and raised money for the New York City school system. She expressed interest in the job Monday,