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Spin CycleThe challenge for Suffolk Executive Steve Levy in his televised address on the aftermath of the Marcelo Lucero slaying was to reconcile his hard-charging, often finger-pointing style with humane and unifying gestures. Below is the video, from...
Tags: Politics, Steve Levy, Demographics, Immigration, Marcelo Lucero
The Swampby Jill Zuckman Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano is "a leading contender'' for the job of Homeland Security secretary in the administration of President-elect Barack Obama, National Public Radio reports. And Penny Pritzker, the Chicago real estate...
Tags: Politics, Defense, Demographics, Political Fundraising, Radio
Spin CycleObama pledged to scour the federal budget for savings in a news conference yesterday, but couldn't name a single federal program he would cut. He seems to have decided to play a higher profile role in reassuring the country......
The SwampPresident George W. Bush with First Lady Laura Bush on World AIDS Day at the White House, Monday, December 1, 2008. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) by Frank James The conventional wisdom is that President Bush doesn't have a lot of......
The Swampby Frank James Incoming Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano may want to have her department's immigration agents check the immigration status of any cleaning-company workers she may hire to keep up her future Washington-area home. That's one...
Spin CycleCaroline Kennedy's Senate candidacy seems to be based on her name, her celebrity, and her support among some Democratic powerbrokers and non-Democrat VIPs like Bloomberg. She gives every appearance of considering substance -- where she stands -- beside...
Spin CycleAfter a week spent touching base with New York powerbrokers in her quest for Hillary Clinton's Senate seat, Caroline Kennedy today began answering some substantive questions to sketch out where she stands on the issues. In an item yesterday,......
The Swampby Mark Silva It could have been a certain candidate for vice president's inability to name any newspapers that she reads. Or it could have been those thousands of dollars of campaign-purchased designer-wear that the self-styled "soccer mom'' from Alaska....
Spin CycleThe ball has dropped. The revelers are gone. The first babies are born. Dry trees move outside. Diets begin. The calendar is flipped. In other words, time to face forward. Here are nine big topics guaranteed to sober you......
The Swampby Mark Silva By offering a wistful and introspective closing argument to the American people who elected him twice but then lost confidence in him, retiring President George W. Bush is attempting to write the first drafts of his own......
The Swampby Frank James When you're president or president-elect, you get a lot of gratuitous advice. And so it is that some Boston University professors have some ideas for President-elect Barack Obama, some serious, some not some serious. Hat tip to......
The Swampby Josh Meyer In perhaps his final act of clemency, President George Bush has just commuted the prison terms of two former U.S. Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting an unarmed Mexican drug smuggler who fled across the Rio Grande......
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