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Archives of: June 2010

The Kagan Hearing’s Surprise Winner

The biggest winner of the Elena Kagan confirmation battle may be a conservative lawyer who never stepped foot inside the hearing room and was once on the fast track to a seat on the bench Kagan will probably soon occupy. As unlikely as it may have seemed at the start of the week, Miguel Estrada has emerged as the wronged hero seven years after he capitulated in a bitter partisan fight over a seat on a federal ... read more

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June 30, 2010

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Archives of: June 2010


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Brian Wilson

June 30, 2010 5:50 PM

The Crucial Race for Governor in Ohio

If you were to stop folks on the street in downtown Cleveland Wednesday, you would find that most people are much more interested in the future of the Cavalier’s star forward LeBron James than in who might be Ohio’s future governor. But in political circles this is a key race to watch. That’s because Ohio is important to any presidential electoral strategy – and it ... read more



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Jonathan Hunt

June 30, 2010 5:15 PM

Son of Hamas Founder Granted Asylum in U.S.

Mosab Hassan was more shocked than anyone when a Department of Homeland Security official announced in immigration court today that government officials had changed their mind about him. Yesterday they saw him as a "threat to U.S. national security." Today they say he's welcome to stay in the United States and become a citizen. Why the change of heart? DHS officials ... read more



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Rick Leventhal

June 30, 2010 4:52 PM

Thick Oil On Fourchon Beach

Fourchon Beach in LeFourche Parish, Louisiana is privately owned but typically open to the public every summer. Not this year. On May nineteenth, a brown paint-like oil washed ashore and authorities moved in to clean it, never opening the beach ... read more



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Phil Keating

June 30, 2010 4:30 PM

Oil Spill Impacts American Eating Habits

In the crowded kitchen of Sushi Samba's high-volume restaurant on Miami Beach's swank and sexy Lincoln Road, fish is on the frying pan and the BP oil spill is in the air. Because inside the Sushi Samba Group's 7 kitchens and raw bars-- including New York, Chicago and Las Vegas--the impact of the Gulf oil spill is right there in the ice pile, where the Oysters keep ... read more



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Jake Gibson

June 30, 2010 2:46 PM

Pawlenty In South Carolina, Endorses Haley

Washington (FOX) – Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty made his initial visit to the early presidential primary state of South Carolina Tuesday, also becoming the latest GOP 2012 heavyweight to throw his support behind Republican Nikki Haley’s gubernatorial campaign. Pawlenty and Haley attended a GOP fundraiser Tuesday night at the home of South Carolina Republican ... read more



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Steve Centanni

June 30, 2010 1:50 PM

McHugh:Mistakes at Arlington “Unacceptable”

[/caption] Calling it an “unimaginable and unacceptable wrong,” Army Secretary John McHugh told the House Armed Services Committee Wednesday that everything possible is being done to rectify the mishandling of burial sites at Arlington National Cemetery, one of the most hallowed resting places of America’s war dead. McHugh also said that only 26 ... read more



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Claudia Cowan

June 30, 2010 12:23 PM

Growing Trend: Saving Family Farms

[/caption] After years of raising chickens, goats, and other livestock in Petaluma, California, Paul and Dawn Dolcini had more land than they needed, and were looking to expand their ... read more



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Jonathan Serrie

June 30, 2010 12:03 PM

Oil Spill is Unwanted Guest at Gulf Hotels

Conventional wisdom would suggest the massive BP oil spill would drive down occupancy rates at hotels along the Gulf Coast. But statistics from industry analyst Smith Travel Research (STR ... read more



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David Lee Miller

June 30, 2010 11:40 AM

As American as Borscht

Cynthia and Richard Murphys are as American as a bowl of borscht. The Montclair New Jersey couple, arrested on Sunday and accused of spying for Russia is described by neighbors in the New York Times as “suburbia personified.” A longtime friend in the New York Daily News said “they seemed like a decent young couple.” Despite their best efforts to become ... read more



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Marla Cichowski

June 30, 2010 10:49 AM

Blago Trial: “The arrogance of these f—ing people!”

430pmET Update More Blagojevich wiretaps played for the jury. In one call on November 10,2008, Blagojevich tells politics consultant Doug Scofield, "They (Obama's admin) wants to get out of Chicago politics, they want to get away from Rezko" (Tony Rezko, a political fundraiser tied to Blagojevich and Barack Obama, who was convicted on corruption charges in 2008). In ... read more