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Using food stamps to buy sodas, teas, sports drinks and other sugar-sweetened beverages would not be allowed in New York City under a government effort to battle obesity.
Republicans are poised to add a splash of color to the ranks of its officeholders in November's elections, challenging the notion that the party is a de facto white guys' club.
In Washington, where short-term political gain often morphs into long-term political pain, the breakthrough victories of President Obama and the Democrats in 2008 are coming back to haunt them in 2010.
A powerful state politician joined with New York Gov. David A. Paterson on Tuesday in suggesting that Muslim leaders should move a proposed mosque farther from ground zero, saying the organizers should be more sensitive.
Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani joined a growing number of politicians supporting a move of a proposed mosque near ground zero to state-owned land farther from the Sept. 11 attack site.
Democrats tried to tamp down the controversy over the ground zero mosque and President Obama's comments on it Tuesday, while New York's Democratic governor jump-started his bid to find a new place to build the Muslim community center.
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New York state officials touted the benefits of new facial-recognition technology for driver licensing Tuesday, saying it had helped them arrest more than 150 would-be imposters, including an Egyptian on the terror watch list, a fugitive from a 1993 bank robbery and a former Mafia hit man.