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The SwampBy Jim Tankersley Global warming could sock Illinois right in the Corn Belt - to the tune of $243 million a year - a national environmental group estimates in a report released today. The Environment America study, based on government......
The Swampby Mark Silva Anyone seriously interested in filling the imminent opening on the Supreme Court is probably loathe to get on too many publicly discussed lists, but our friend and colleague Jan Crawford Greenburg and the crew at ABC News......
Tags: Mortgages, Court Administration, Fines, Charity, Massachusetts
The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama already knew one of the finalists for the Supreme Court whom he was considering: federal Judge Diane Wood of Chicago, a fellow teacher of constitutional law at the University of Chicago. But the president......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated at 10:50 am EDT President Barack Obama today nominated federal judge Sonia Sotomayor of New York for the Supreme Court, positioning the longtime federal jurist to become the first Hispanic member of the nation's highest......
The Swampby Mark Silva With the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court, President Barack Obama is making some history, touting the life's story of a judge whom he views as an embodiment of the American dream and defying......
The Swampby Peter Nicholas and James Oliphant It did not take long after moving 60 miles from the ethnically diverse neighborhoods of the Bronx to the campus of Princeton University for Sonia Sotomayor to make it clear she was not happy......
Spin CycleAs Newsday reports in this story, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and nominee Sonia Sotomayor have traveled parallel paths - from their ties to their ethnicity and communities to their Ivy League education and carefully planned legal careers -......
The Swampby Christi Parsons and Jim Tankersley L'AQUILA, Italy -- Developing nations led by China and India refused Wednesday to back lofty but long-term targets proposed by the Group of 8 industrial nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions, balking at reluctance.....
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The SwampAs released by the White House: Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I also want to thank Senators Schumer and Gillibrand for that kind introduction. In recent weeks, I have had the privilege and pleasure of meeting 89 gracious Senators, including all......
The Swampby Mark Silva Josh Bolten, who served as chief of staff and budget director for former President George W. Bush, is bound for an ivy ivory tower: Bolten, who also happens to be a 1976 graduate of Princeton University, will......
The Swampby Mark Silva Out on Martha's Vineyard, where President Barack Obama and his family will spend a week's vacation, tourism isn't all they are talking about. At a forum billed as "Achieving Equality in the Age of Obama,'' Henry Louis......
The SwampBy Christi Parsons and Mark Silva OAK BLUFFS, Mass. -- President Barack Obama, praising Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke for resolute handling of the worst economic crisis in decades, said today that he will nominate the appointee of his Republican.....
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