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Peace and Civility to Reign Throughout the Land Starting with minimally downgraded political attack language.
Deal Reached on 9/11 Health-Care Bill [Update: It Passed] Tom Coburn gets some concession in exchange for not killing the bill.
Matt Damon Will Not Humiliate Himself for New York’s Amusement After All He was going to wear a Yankees hat if New Yorkers voted for the Working Families Party.
National Four Loko Prohibition Set to Begin at Any Moment The FDA will ban it across the country, Chuck Schumer says.
Chuck Schumer Will Let Harry Reid Keep His Terrible Job He will indefinitely defer his dream of becoming majority leader.
Republicans Have a Mixed Night in New York They were shut out in statewide races, and it’s unclear what will happen with the State Senate, but they did manage to flip five Democratically held congressional seats.
Jay Townsend Tries to Paladino-ize Chuck Schumer Remember that time Schumer called a flight attendant a bad name behind her back?
Congress Passes $600 Million Border-Security Bill Schumer: “It will clear the path for restarting bipartisan discussions.”
Fordham’s New Fashion Law Institute Will Serve, Protect, Talk Shoes From copyright infringement to signing a store lease, director Susan Scafidi gives us the lowdown on the new center.
Man Crashes Car Into El Atacor; Melrose Place Cafe Waitress Gets Big Break One customer is injured at the Cypress Park taco classic while Christina Perri trades in an apron for appearances on national television.
What The Stars of Friends Ate for Ten Years Straight; Eva Longoria Courtney Cox steals Jennifer Aniston’s lunch habits and a Desperate Housewives star claims a legal action against her from restaurant partners is without merit.
Schumer Believes Gaza Flotilla May Be Connected to Al Qaeda ’The American people and the world deserve the full story.’
White House to Cut Anti-Terror Funding for NYC Schumer: “[It] shows they just don’t get it and are not doing right by New York City.”
Chuck Schumer Is Writing Funny Letters to People He asks Arizona’s governor to try to delay the state’s immigration law for a year.
So, What’s Happening With Immigration Reform? It’s either definitely happening this year, definitely not happening this year, or maybe happening this year.
Schumer Pressures Facebook to Change Privacy Settings If there was a “dislike” button, Schumer would be all over it.
Guy Volunteers to Be Slaughtered by Chuck Schumer Jay Townsend will announce his failed senatorial bid this Saturday.
Arizona Immigration Law Draws Ire of Sharpton, New York Politicians Bloomberg: “America will be badly hurt if more states follow Arizona’s lead.”
Chuck Schumer’s Favorite Sandwich; Hummus Plant to Leave Queens Plus: Iceland’s volcano hurts Kenyan farmers, and the world’s most expensive coffee, all in our morning news roundup.
Schumer Stands Firm, Antagonizes Wall Street Even though that’s where he has raised tons of dough.
Schumer Takes On Fee-Happy Airlines The senator is trying to get the Treasury Department to close a tax loophole that makes the fees especially profitable.
There, Congress Cares About Jobs, Okay? Congress passes a jobs bill with bi-partisan support.
Confidential RNC Fund-raising Document Plays Up Fear, Mocks Donors “What can you sell when you do not have the White House, the House, or the Senate?”
Ryan Phillippe and That Australian Girl Broke Up Plus, Lindsay Lohan has dumped cocaine for B12, and more celebrity relationship news, in our daily gossip roundup.
Why Chuck Schumer Is Backing the Public Option (Again) The senator from New York is positioning himself to be majority leader.
Chuck Schumer Has a Challenger As Well He is Phil Krone, and he shouldn’t even be alive right now.
Gisele Gave Birth in a Bathtub She probably looked hot doing it, too. And more excessive celebrity information, in our daily gossip roundup.
Nobody Puts Harold Ford Jr. in a Corner The potential Gillibrand challenger staffs up and lashes out at the party’s attempts to stop him.
Mayor Bloomberg Picks on Kirsten Gillibrand Why is the mayor blaming Gillibrand for something Schumer was in charge of?
Health-Care Reform Making Bloomberg, Paterson Sick Why they say the Senate bill isn’t fair to New York.
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Swine-Flu-Fighting Cocktails; Fifty Cent Settles With Taco Bell Plus: Why Obama Fried Chicken’s sign is blurred in Clipse’s video, and Richard Branson turns his attention to food, all in our morning news roundup.