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Government officials and politicians Spencer M. Williams, 85; federal judge in San Francisco, appointed by President Nixon, who advocated for judges' interests (Jan. 3) Houston I. Flournoy, 78; GOP assemblyman and controller in California who lost the...
EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio - Tributes from political allies and even one-time enemies came pouring in for Democratic U.S. Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, a trailblazer whose energy and outspokenness made her one of Congress' most dynamic leaders. Tubbs Jones,...
The Swampby Mark Silva In another decade of firsts for women, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York - the first woman elected to the Senate from New York, and the first and only former first lady elected to public office......
Spin CycleBig news from the joint/private Hillary-Obama meeting with donors last night seems to be that Michelle and Barack Obama have personally donated $4600 (the max) to help retire Clinton's debt. " 'I'm going to need Hillary by my side......
Spin CycleDan Janison, all over Manhattan today, is staking out the Obama-Hillary joint fundraiser tonight, and files this report from outside the Grand Hyatt, as well as a picture you can actually see of a Hillary guy with a sign......
The Swampby Andrew Zajac Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, a Cleveland-area Democrat who gained a measure of national notoriety for her staunch support of Hillary Clinton despite representing a heavily black, pro-Barack Obama district, died Wednesday. Tubbs Jones, 58,...
The SwampThere are conflicting reports out of Cleveland about the status of Rep. Stephanie Tubbs-Jones, who was hospitalized last night after suffering an aneurysm. The Plain Dealer, citing anonymous sources, briefly reported that Tubbs-Jones, 58, the first...
The Swampby Mike Dorning BEAVER, Pa.--Democratic running mates Barack Obama and Joe Biden departed their party convention Friday for the country's industrial heartland to press economic themes as they revved up their campaign for the fall election. Obama plans...
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Chicago TribuneAfter losing more than $500,000 in the stock market, Tim Wujcik filed a complaint in December alleging that his broker traded too aggressively on his account, setting him up for the huge loss. But it won't be until next July at the earliest--19 months...
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