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The Swampby Mike Memoli An extraordinary denial in an extraordinary political year. Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul of Kentucky appeared on Fox News Channel today to reject an outsourced allegation that, while in college, he "kidnapped" a woman and forced...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Party-switching Sen. Arlen Specter fell to a younger and far less experienced rival in the Pennsylvania Democratic primary, and political novice Rand Paul rode support from tea party activists to a Republican rout in Kentucky on Tuesday, the...
The Associated PressA tea party conservative on a national stage, Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul of Kentucky labored Thursday to explain remarks suggesting businesses be allowed to deny service to blacks without fear of federal interference, declaring, "I abhor racial...
The Swampby Mark Silva Yes, there are senators-only elevators on the Senate side of the Capitol. And Kentucky's Sen. Jim Bunning, the one-man barricade in the extension of unemployment benefits, made his elevator privileges perfectly clear today - as well as......
Tags: Fingers, Television, Unemployment, Entertainment, Politics
The Swampby Mark Silva In the Senate, where the GOP holds a 41-59 majority on healthcare, the one-man filibuster of Sen. Jim Bunning, a Kentucky Republican, is putting a couple of thousand federal transportation workers out of work this week. Bunning......
The Swampby Mark Silva So those unemployment benefits for about 400,000 Americans whose insurance was lapsing will continue for another 30 days. Sen. Jim Bunning, the Kentucky Republican who had put a one-man block on a bill containing not only an......
The Swampby Mark Silva ABC News' Jonathan Karl -- fresh from his "senator-only'' elevator interview with Sen. Jim Bunning, the one-man filibuster who held up unemployment benefit extensions for five days-- had a little subway interview with Sen. John McCain...
Some rules, like records, are made to be broken. Thank goodness that Jerry Reinsdorf didn't let one of his unwritten ones get in the way of his baseball franchise a few years back. Reinsdorf is a strong believer in limiting ownership's risk by not...
Sun ReporterWASHINGTON // A House committee report released yesterday undermines former Orioles star Rafael Palmeiro's contention that his positive steroids test was accidental and provides an alarming glimpse at life inside the team's clubhouse, which one lawmaker...
Tags: Arbitration, Miguel Tejada, Henry Waxman, Baseball, Steroids
George MitchellLead investigator "Everyone involved in baseball over the past two decades -- commissioners, club officials, the players' association and players -- shares to some extent the responsibility for the Steroids Era." Bud SeligBaseball...
WASHINGTON - Beyond all the talk of illiquidity, distressed assets and reverse auctions, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson had a very simple request for members of Congress on Tuesday: Give us what we need. Quickly. And, please, stay out of the way....
WASHINGTON -- Members of Congress -- Republicans as well as Democrats -- balked today at handing the federal government $700 billion to clean up the mess on Wall Street, saying any rescue must not reward financiers who fueled the current economic...
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