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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSen. John McCain presented a memento to fellow Republican Sen. Ted Stevens when they met in the Senate earlier this year: a key chain with a small battery-operated pig's head. "You're still an oinker," the presidential candidate told Stevens, the Alaskan...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith broadcast TV stations preparing to switch to all-digital signals early next year, about 5.3 million U.S. households have taken the government up on its offer of discount coupons for a gadget to ensure their sets will continue to get the picture....
Last Sunday, New Yorkers gathered in Times Square for the second annual Good Riddance Day, feeding reminders of the things they least liked about 2008 into an industrial-sized paper shredder. There's something so wonderfully archetypal about this ritual...
MOST POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES try to influence government policy by giving away money. The Information Policy Action Committee is going one step further: It's giving away iPods. If it works, it could lead to whole new form of lobbying. Formed by...
Tags: Apple iPod, Lobbying, New Products, Laws, Entertainment
Los Angeles TimesDespite his conviction last month on corruption charges, Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, the nation's longest-serving Republican senator, clung tenuously to his seat yesterday as congressional Democrats exulted in their election gains elsewhere around the...
Sun reporterWASHINGTON // At a crucial moment for his leadership, President Bush has picked a fight he was trying to avoid. Last month, Bush was deemed too weak politically to risk a pitched battle with Democrats as he fills the seat of retiring Justice Sandra Day...
Sen. Ted Stevens, Republican of Alaska, already was a convicted felon when voters cast their ballots in this month's elections. Now, after an embarrassingly close race and a tearful farewell from the Senate, he's a private citizen again. Alaskans can take...
Spin CycleWhich was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion by a power player? 1. Rev. Jesse Jackson, a Democrat, saying, "Barack (Obama) has been talking down to black people. I want to cut his ---- off." 2. Former Texas Sen. Phil......
The SwampSen. Ted Stevens, 84, an Alaska Republican, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Washington today. He has been under federal investigation for more than a year on public corruption charges. Major charges in the seven count indictment against Stevens...
The Swampby Frank James The good-government group Taxpayers for Common Sense has been all over the Sen. Ted Stevens story and has been providing very useful information about his almost superhuman ability to bring home the bacon to Alaskans. According to......
The Swampby Frank James The federal indictment of Sen. Ted Stevens certainly is buoying Democratic hopes that they could pick up enough Senate seats to get to the magical 60 votes, enough for a veto-proof majority. It would be the......
The Swampby Mark Silva Comic Stephen Colbert, making light of the indictment of Alaska's Sen. Ted Stevens this week, made even lighter of the comparative media coverage of it. Picking up a copy of The Washington Post , Colbert complained in......
Tags: Stephen Colbert, New Jersey, Alaska, Ian Fleming, Rupert Murdoch
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