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Last week, the Republican party was given a few gifts from the Obama administration when three mishaps by mid to low level officials dropped the ball in three agencies.
Senator Chuck Schumer called a meeting of Assemblyman Danny O'Donnell, Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, State Sen.
May 20 - JAMES GOODALE, via Devi Shah, dkshah at debevoise.com . Available for a limited number of interviews, Goodale represented The New York Times in the landmark Pentagon Papers case, when the Nixon White House attempted to stop the Times from publishing top secret documents about the Vietnam War leaked by Daniel Ellsberg.
Each year around this time, millions of would-be immigrants to the United States from around the world hold their breath.
Rebello, 21, a junior at the Long Island university was shot dead at 2:20am on Friday in the off-campus home she shared with her twin sister A masked male intruder named Dalton Smith, was also shot dead after holding Rebello, her twin Jessica, and others hostage Smith had three previous convictions for robbery and one for assault, there was a ... (more)
It happened at about 9:43 a.m. in Southern Ontario and was preliminarily measured as a magnitude 5.1 by Earthquakes Canada.
The debate on how wide the nation's borders will open for future immigrants has sparked a discussion about what comes next for America's tech industry.
In a May 16 letter to Senator Charles Schumer, state bar president Seymour James Jr.
Seeking maximum political gain from the string of controversies swirling around the White House, Republicans are on the attack against Democratic lawmakers who accepted donations from the union that represents Internal Revenue Service employees.
Thursday, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer announced that a statue of American hero and Rochester resident, Frederick Douglass, will reside permanently in the U.S. Capitol after a ceremony on June 19th The statue depicts a standing Douglass on a pedestal engraved with a quote from a speech he delivered in Canandaigua, NY in 1857 that reads: "If there ... (more)
Annalise Baird is about to finish her undergraduate studies at the University of Rochester.
The story of the coming demise of Chinatown bus lines in New York City is a tale of multiple failures in both government and the media and shows that both have a bias against entrepreneurs that kills new, start up ideas with unfair regulations, faux public advocacy, and dismal reporting.
Students may soon be paying more for their education. Interest rates on federally-subsidized Stafford Loans will jump in July if congress does not take action soon.
It's always the "low-level" peon's fault, isn't it? When Democrats get caught red-handed abusing government powers and bullying their political enemies small and large, nobody at the top knows nuttin'. The buck stops ... in the janitor's closet or something.