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Bill Richardson

  1. mysteries
    Bill Richardson Wore a Scarf During Every Second of His North Korea TripWas it really that cold, all the time?
  2. international intrigue
    Google’s Eric Schmidt Feigns Interest in North Korean Computer LabNobody knows why he’s there, still.
  3. gunslingers
    Billy the Kid Comes Near Pardon, Misses AgainFor such a sharpshooter, he can’t nail this one.
  4. early and often
    Bill Richardson Withdraws As Commerce SecretaryHe was worried that a lingering investigation in New Mexico would hinder his confirmation.
  5. early and awesome
    George Bush the Elder Passed Notes to Towel BoysThis was before the Internet.
  6. early and often
    Bill Richardson, Ever Diplomatic, Settles for Commerce SecretaryThe consummate team player joins the team of rivals — but Hispanic leaders want more!
  7. election hair of the dog
    Obama to Roll Out Economic Team and Plans TodayHe may keep the Bush tax cuts until 2010, he’ll probably expand his recovery plan, and he wants it all on day one.
  8. gossipmonger
    The Last Important Thing Before the Election Was Beth Ostrosky Finishing the MarathonAnd also how sweet it was that Howard made her bagels with peanut butter that morning. And Arnold Diaz put Martha Stewart in the Hall of Shame. In the gossip roundup.
  9. early and often
    Obama’s Potential Running Mates: A Who’s WhoObama is as starkly unusual a presidential contender as the country has ever seen, which means he can choose either to amplify or offset any of the characteristics that define his own candidacy.
  10. early and often
    Bill Richardson Has Some Ideas About What Obama Needs in a Running MateThe New Mexico governor thinks that the key to the election is the Southwest Hispanic vote. Hmmm.
  11. early and often
    Clinton Staffer Says Richardson Scoffed at Obama’s Chances, Not HillaryHillary’s team tries to quickly spin the story that she wooed Bill Richardson by saying “Obama can’t win.”
  12. intel
    Anderson Cooper Morphs Into an I-Banker Before James Carville’s Very EyesThe flap over Democratic strategist James Carville’s calling New Mexico governor Bill Richardson a “Judas” for his recent endorsement of Barack Obama had people hot and bothered up and down the Beltway and the airwaves yesterday.
  13. early and often
    Barack Obama to Receive Perfectly Timed Endorsement by Bill RichardsonAt a moment when race is the hot topic of discussion in the Democratic primary, an endorsement by the Hispanic governor of New Mexico has to be a huge boon for Obama. Especially after pundits were on his back for a comment about “typical white people” yesterday.
  14. gossipmonger
    Lindsay Lohan Gives ‘Page Six’ the Chance to Use a ‘Retail Therapy’ Pun Lindsay Lohan spent her Thanksgiving shopping in therapy and shopping in New York with her mom and sister, while her boyfriend spent it partying. David Wright bought jewelry for his mom for Christmas. Tory Burch has been dating both Paramount head Brad Grey and Katie Couric’s ex, Tom Werner. Whoopi Goldberg, who supports Bill Richardson for president, slammed John Edwards and Michelle Obama for canceling appearances on The View. Hayne Suthon, the owner of Lucky Cheng’s, has finally made peace with ex-husband Robert Jason. Jerry Seinfeld is planning to stick to stand-up, not movies. Alec Baldwin bought the cast of 30 Rock mozzarella sticks after their show at the Upright Citizens Brigade.
  15. early and often
    Hillary’s Rivals Turn on Her But Find Themselves Barking at Her Heels (Okay, Flats) Much ado was made this morning over the way the other candidates turned against Hillary Clinton during last night’s Democratic presidential debates. Obama and Edwards went after her so aggressively (especially regarding her refusal to clarify whether she supports Eliot Spitzer’s licenses-for-illegal-immigrants plan) that Bill Richardson even said, “I’m hearing this holier-than-thou attitude toward Senator Clinton. It’s bothering me because it’s pretty close to personal attacks that we don’t need.” The question is, is this kind of response to Clinton’s wide lead in the polls coming too late to do any good for her rivals? Having Obama and Edwards focus on her made her the star of the debate, even if she made some missteps. Just look at the Times ingenious “Transcript Analyzer” to see who managed to speak the most during the debate: Hillary got out 25 percent more words than anyone else and managed to insert herself most frequently. And just as her opponents started making her their main focus, she’s shifting into general-election mode. Refusal to give a solid answer on a divisive issue like licenses for illegal immigrants is a move clearly designed to avoid offending both Republicans and Democrats. If Hillary continues to behave as though she’s already won the primary, it’s sure to make Obama and Edwards go even more ballistic. Which has us so excited, because nothing is more entertaining than watching a pretty boy stomp his feet. A Pitched Debate: Clinton Hears It From Her Rivals [NYT]
  16. white men with money
    740 Park: Ladies Love Chris DoddHuffington Post’s FundRace 2008 feature, which lets you track individual campaign contributions by name or address, continues to be a reliable source of stalkerish joy. Today we decided to check up on how 740 Park Avenue, with its plentiful dollar, votes. What we found might shock you.