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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Bill Bradley
A candidate who ran for the U.S. Senate twice more than 30 years ago is returning to New Jersey to challenge freshman Sen. Cory Booker in a race more prominent Republicans have avoided .
Dick Kazmaier, the last Ivy League football player to win the Heisman Trophy, has died. He was 82.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker on Saturday formally announced he's in the race to finish the U.S. Senate term of the late Frank Lautenberg.
It’s not too premature to now say that President Obama’s second-term agenda is adrift — that is, if he ever had a really well-thought-out agenda to begin with.
It's not too premature to say that President Obama's second-term agenda is adrift — that is, if he ever had a well-thought-out agenda to begin with.
Christian Laettner will occasionally see a replay of his famous buzzer beater against Kentucky _ and he tries not to look too excited about it.
On a night when sports and politics went 1-on-1, name recognition scored few points with voters.
Finally, for the first time in this election year, Barack Obama couldn't hide from the economy and the recession his policies have painfully prolonged.
From Mitt Romney to President Obama to House Speaker John A. Boehner, plenty of political figures have weighed in on the Olympics the last two weeks, cheering on American athletes in public displays of patriotism. Yet, on a few rare occasions in congressional history, the Olympian and lawmaker were one in the same.
"Richer than Romney, cuter than Newt, as slick as Rick and twice as tall as Paul. Why not?"
Herman Cain faces many head winds in his quest to win the Republican presidential nomination next year, but the biggest one is still likely to be money - as of last month, his available campaign funds accounted for a little more than 2 percent of the entire GOP field.
The American economy, for some inexplicable reason, has been pushed to the sidelines in the fierce debate over a fiscal crisis that threatens to shut down much of the government.
"The panel clearly paid close attention to federal Judge Hick's well-reasoned decision allowing Mr. Whittemore to exercise his appeal rights before his sentence his imposed," Bradley told the Reno Gazette-Journal (http://on.rgj.com/1flbXpJ ). "We appreciate the courage of the panel in reaching this decision."
"It's certainly an honor to have worn the same number as him. He was somebody that I admired (when) playing football in high school and in the sandlot when I was a kid," Bradley told the Daily Princetonian in 2006. "He had won the Heisman Trophy, and he went to Princeton, and I wanted to be him."