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The candidate for New York governor erupted in a tirade against a reporter.
All indications are that the New York gubernatorial race will be the nation’s nastiest in 2010.
No candidate can take voters for granted--not even if his or her opponent seems unelectable.
The Tea Party element could well deprive the GOP of victories this November.
Government employees are better off than their private sector counterparts.
The show of support for Rangel included Sens. Schumer and Gillibrand, who will face voters in November.
The New York Attorney General's office has been investigating AIG's executive compensation.
Congress warned the executives to return their bonuses or face a new law taxing them at 100%.
The insurance giant's $450 million in bonuses are becoming a political lightning rod.
Most expect Caroline Kennedy will get the governor's nod over Andrew Cuomo.