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In their dispute over an expansion of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, or SCHIP, President Bush and Congress agree with Whitney Houston. They believe, that is, that children are our future. The quibbling isn't over the notion that kids...
As we all look forward to more sputtering news conference antics from Sen. Larry Craig, here's hoping that the Idaho politician will eventually draw on traditional Republican principles and stand up for his right to engage in consensual sex in toilet...
Tags: David Vitter, U.S. Senate, Idaho, Bill Clinton, Minnesota
Sun-SentinelFederal officials announced sweeping changes Friday in how they verify damages and award aid to disaster victims in response to a U.S. Senate investigation into widespread fraud and waste in Miami-Dade County after Hurricane Frances last year. Damage...
For years, everyone has complained that the summer movie season represents the low ebb of art and original ideas in Hollywood. But when it comes to the triumph of tawdriness and superficiality, nothing quite matches the endless Oscar prognostication...
Revelations in the past week of sexually explicit e-mail and instant messages from then-Rep. Mark Foley to teenage House pages have sparked calls for reform and even abolition of the page program. Security at the program is already tight, almost to the...
Dear Mr. Attorney General: Former Representative Mark Foley resigned from the House of Representatives on Friday, September 29, 2006, after improper and illicit communications between Mr. Foley and former House pages were made public. While the House...
Tags: ABC (tv network), Crimes, Florida, J Dennis Hastert, Lawyers
Sun ReporterPresident Bush is coming under growing pressure to toughen the government's scrutiny of future transactions, as the furor continues over an Arab firm's purchase of some U.S. port operations, including in Baltimore. Lawmakers in both parties are advancing...
South Florida Sun-SentinelIn the first seven weeks after Hurricane Wilma, $95 million in federal disaster aid went to buy Floridians generators and cleanup items, more than the government spent to fix homes damaged by the October storm. The Federal Emergency Management Agency...
Palm Beach Politics | Sun-Sentinel BlogsFormer state Rep. Joe Negron, who made an unsuccessful bid for Congress in the shadow of the Mark Foley sex scandal, said today he'd run for Ken Pruitt's Senate seat, which includes parts of Palm Beach County. Negron, who now......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun-Sentinel BlogsThe White House has postponed until Sept. 18 a President Bush visit to Palm Beach County. Bush is coming to campaign for Republican congressional candidate Tom Rooney. He was previously scheduled to visit the area this Friday. The location of......
The Swampby Mark Silva Whatever happened to.... That case involving Mark Foley, the former congressman from Florida run out of the House for sharing inappropriate emails with underage male pages? They've dropped it. Authorities in Florida today closed their case...
Tags: Sex, Family, Florida, Palm Beach County, Crime, Law and Justice
Palm Beach Politics | Sun-Sentinel BlogsABC News is reporting that U.S. Rep. Tim Mahoney, D-Palm Beach Gardens, who two years ago rose to national office in the wake of the Mark Foley sex scandal, agreed to a $121,000 payment to a mistress. ABC News reports:......
Tags: Palm Beach Gardens, Tim Mahoney
Oct 4, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Aug 29, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Aug 6, 2005 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Nov 1, 2006 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 5, 2006 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Oct 2, 2006 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 6, 2006 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Dec 31, 2005 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Jul 23, 2008 |Blog| Sun-Sentinel
Sep 10, 2008 |Blog| Sun-Sentinel
Sep 19, 2008 |Blog| Chicago Tribune
Oct 13, 2008 |Blog| Sun-Sentinel
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