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Spin CycleEd Koch, never entirely predictable, decides to endorse Obama. Not exactly a big draw in the heartland, but maybe a little help with pockets of wavering Jewish voters: In a statement to Politico, he targets Sarah Palin: "I have concluded......
Spin CycleMayor Michael Bloomberg, the self-made billionaire who has a private habit of expressing disdain for those with inherited wealth, nonetheless seems to have cut a deal with fellow billionaire, longtime Republican and once-failed mayoral candidate Ronald...
Spin CycleQuickly, the question has become whether Gov. David A. Paterson takes a shot at election next year ??? or even has a shot to take. Yes, we have a long way to November 2010. True, Paterson has been making......
Spin CycleMayor Michael Bloomberg's annual Broadway-buttressed response skit in the annual City Hall reporters' dinner and show brought former Senatorial aspirant Caroline Kennedy briefly on stage Saturday night at the New York Hilton. The plot line of the sketch,...
Spin CycleIf as some predict Gov. David Paterson will be missing from the Democratic ticket next year, is a primary for lieutenant governor in the offing? And, should Attorney General Andrew Cuomo occupy the top slot, Nassau County Executive Thomas......
Spin CycleGlossy fliers promoting the re-election of NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg started hitting mailboxes this week. The fliers are 12 glossy pages that largely mirror his shock-and-awe wave of television commercials. They???re very heavy on the economy, focus...
Tribune staff reporterThousands of New Yorkers came Sunday to Yankee Stadium, where generations have come to cheer and forget their problems, to grieve and remember the victims of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The infield of the 78-year-old ballpark in the...
Tags: Islam, David Dinkins, Bette Midler, Death, New York
Special to the TribuneCarol Ross Barney knows something about rebuilding after a tragedy. Her firm, Ross Barney + Jankowski won the competition to replace the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City after it was destroyed by a bomb in 1995 that killed 168 people....
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 2, 1998 "Somewhere in the City" has such an endearing sensibility, good-humored and surprisingly tender, and such a wonderfully improbable cast, that it's tempting to forgive its strained, synthetic stretches and its tendency to...
Tags: Bulle Ogier, Sandra Bernhard, Igor (movie), Movies, New York
Tribune national correspondentAfter a decade that saw many New Yorkers reach monumental heights of prosperity and satisfaction, the city is confronting an economic crisis to rival any in its history. The economic outlook 11 weeks after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is worse than...
Times Staff WriterLANCASTER, S.C. — On a sweltering afternoon, the Rev. Al Sharpton takes a swig of iced tea and rises to address the crowd at Etta's Kitchen. Hooking his thumbs in the vest of a three-piece suit, the Harlem Democrat explains why he's running for...
Tags: Polls, FBI, Elections, Bensonhurst, Queens (New York City)
Sun StaffWASHINGTON -The list in the back of Bill Clinton's memoir is an embodiment of the political pecking order, a tiny-print world of foreign dignitaries, campaign advisers, fund-raisers, celebrities and assorted high-achievers. For the former president, there...
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Jun 28, 2004 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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