Democratic U.S. Senate contender Ned Lamont will get a campaign boost Wednesday from the Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, who will campaign with him Wednesday and Thursday in four cities.
Remember when Mike Wallace said he wouldn't warn American soldiers of an ambush because he was a reporter? I guess some things are too important for Mr. Wallace to stand on the sidelines and not choose sides:
Famed reporter Mike Wallace has picked sides in the guardianship dispute over philanthropist Brooke Astor.
The U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va. has posted all the exhibits from Zacarias Moussaoui's trial. It is unlikely the link will work for quite some time due to bandwidth restraints.
The series continues with _______________ may cause global warming:
Rare, mother-of-pearl coloured clouds caused by extreme weather conditions above Antarctica are a possible indication of global warming, Australian scientists have announced.
Megan McArdle, subbing for Professor Reynolds, writes:
I'M A HUGE FAN of clean, green nuclear power. And while I understand Senator Harry Reid's quixotic crusade against Yucca mountain, I haven't found it very convincing. But as Bruce Webster says, he does rather have a point when he says that we don't want Yucca mountain to be built by the same folks who brought you the Big Dig.
Does Mr. Webster mean, folks like Massachussetts Senator Kennedy, Massachussetts Senator Kerry, and Massachussetts Governor Michael Dukakis?