Anthony D. Weiner

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  • CURL: Porn Twittergate has Rep. Weiner hacked off

    Every American should be absolutely outraged about WeinerGate. Outraged!


  • Now even the loudest Obamacare cheerleader wants out

    Becoming the most hypocritical politician in America is not an easy goal to achieve, but New York's Rep. Anthony Weiner, a Democrat, is up to the task.


  • Illustration: Rep. Anthony Weiner

    WOLF: Loudest Obamacare cheerleader wants out

    Becoming the most hypocritical politician in America is not an easy goal to achieve, but New York's Rep. Anthony Weiner, a Democrat, is up to the task.


  • ** FILE ** The reverse side of a $5 gold coin struck at the New Orleans Mint in 1844 is shown.

    EDITORIAL: Panning gold dealers

    When President Obama was sworn into office, an ounce of gold was worth about $850. Its value has since grown 50 percent, to $1,275 - a sterling performance in these bleak economic times. Companies like Goldline International Inc. have taken advantage of the modern gold rush to market precious-metal coins as an investment, but Rep. Anthony Weiner is crying foul. Tomorrow, the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on commerce, trade and consumer protection will consider the New York Democrat's legislation cracking down on what he calls Goldline's "massive overcharges." It is no coincidence that this firm advertises heavily on television and radio outlets critical of the administration.


  • Rep. Anthony Weiner (shown here in this February 2010 file photo), New York Democrat, took sharp aim at Peter King, New York Republican, after the House failed to pass a bill that would have provided billions in aid to people sickened by the 9/11 World Trade Center dust.  (Associated Press)

    N.Y. tempers boil over bill's defeat

    The House's rejection of bill that would have provided up to $7.4 billion in aid to people sickened by World Trade Center dust has opened a sharp rift between two New York congressmen, Republican Peter King and Democrat Anthony Weiner.


  • American Scene

    The National Park Service is considering reopening Lady Liberty's crown for the first time since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to documents a congressman released on July Fourth.


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