"I'll just wipe it off."
Kirsten Gillibrand and John Thune are the hot senators of which we speak.
Is that better than being the Senate's "hottest member"?
"And then instead of giving the thumbs up, she literally raises her whole arm."
Tom Coburn gets some concession in exchange for not killing the bill.
Why was that so hard to begin with?
Congress must vote on the Zadroga Bill in this lame-duck session in order for it to pass.
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.
"I did not ask her where her dress came from or anything."
The two senatorial hopefuls sparred last night.
Gillibrand promises a "minimization of false positives."
Cuomo and Gillibrand up by over 30 points?
His name is Joe DioGuardi, and he's making this a race.
"The hottest member" of the Senate, in fact. Stop!
"Bad things come in twos."
Will she run in 2012?
Anonymous banking executives take aim at Washington, accidentally making them sound effective.
That would have been bad for Gillibrand, and awkward for, well, Mayor Bloomberg.
'American Idol' dad Joe DioGuardi will keep trying.