Hillary Clinton would beat Rudy Giuliani in a head to head match up in Ohio, according to a new Quinnipiac poll of registered voters there.
The poll also shows that Barack Obama has narrowed Hillary’s lead over him in the last poll from 38-13 to 32-22.
Also, in a hypothetical Democratic primary, Al Read More
If pragmatism prevails in the Republican primaries and caucuses next winter—a questionable proposition for a party that once dutifully lined up behind Bob Dole—then Rudy Giuliani will roll to the G.O.P. nomination.
Simply put, the former Mayor would flip to the Republican column several deep, dark blue states that the G.O.P. has barely bothered to Read More
10 a.m. Quinnipiac University will release the results of a recent poll asking Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania voters about candidates for the 2008 presidential race.
10 a.m. Children bake matzas for U.S. troops serving abroad at the Jewish Children’s Museum, 792 Eastern Parkway, in Brooklyn.
10:30 a.m. Melanie Bloom and ESPN sportscaster Bonnie Bernstein launch Read More
Tina Balazs and Michael Ferreter
Met: December 2000
Engaged: Aug. 15, 2006
Projected Wedding Date: Feb. 10, 2007
Michael Ferreter, 32, a production manager for ABC News, is marrying Tina Balazs, 29, an associate project manager for the Publicist Medical Education Group, who is no relation to the boutique hotelier (and Uma Thurman’s boyfriend) Andre—we Read More
The City Council will hold a hearing on the City’s failure to implement its emergency subway communication plan.
Activists are set to protest what they call a landlord’s harassment of two lesbian tenants in Brooklyn.
The New Black Panther Party will rally against the police shooting of Sean Bell at the Queens Courthouse.
New York Read More
With the Democrats now in control of Congress, Dennis Kucinich, one of Washington’s most committed opponents to the war in Iraq, plans to unveil sometime over the next few days what he calls a “comprehensive plan” to withdraw American troops and bring an immediate end to the war.
The Ohio congressman, who is Read More
DR. SELMAN: How have you been?
GEORGE: We had a prior commitment this evening. We just went to a party at Erica Jong’s.
HILLY: We have to admit we had a few drinks.
GEORGE: I had one. Hilly had three.
HILLY: I didn’t have three! I had two large glasses of wine.
[GEORGE holds up Read More
Do the Republicans really want to run against Hillary Clinton in 2008?
Bob Shrum thinks not. Here’s what he told an audience of NYU graduate school students at a panel discussion last night:
“By the way, the Republican Party will do everything they can, if they want to run against her like they say they Read More
The 2006 election was a tough one for the New York Republicans: John Faso, who never had much of a shot, and Jeanine Pirro and Christopher Callaghan, each of whom enjoyed a brief moment of hope, were wiped out by a Democratic tidal wave.
But perhaps no one better represents the poster child for beleaguered-Republican Read More
O.K., here’s a quick Choose Your Own Adventure to test your political savvy.
You’re the President of the United States, it’s September, and over in Iraq, various gangs of thugs are driving around murdering and terrorizing a certain community, which has, naturally, created some militia outfits to defend itself. Bear in mind that after Read More