Whither Europe: Greeks are withdrawing $1 billion daily and hording dry foods ahead of June 17 elections that may hasten the country’s exit from Europe’s monetary union.
An ill-timed acquisition has made Credit Agricole the foreign bank with the most to lose in the Greek crisis.
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When Tim Johnson was rushed to the hospital last December with a cerebral hemorrhage, the future of the freshly-won Democratic Senate majority was immediately called into doubt: Had he left the seat for any reason, South Dakota’s Republican Governor would have appointed his successor, presumably swinging the Senate to the G.O.P. Now, though, Read More
John Edwards, who often talks about poverty, made his presidential announcement while in the middle class neighborhood of East New Orleans, not the impoverished Lower Ninth Ward.
The health condition of Senator Tim Johnson of South Dakota is improving.
Rudy Giuliani’s former pollster Frank Luntz outlines the former mayor’s Read More
South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson is recovering.
The New Jersey legislature voted for civil unions.
Hillary Clinton had an expensive lunch with Al D’Amato and Ed Koch.
On Monday, Hillary will go on the Today show, and on Wednesday she’ll be on The View.
Howard Kurtz Read More
Hotline reports that the hospitalized Democratic Senator from South Dakota, Tim Johnson, has congenital arteriovenous malformation, which may take weeks or months of recovery.
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Senator Tim Johnson of South Dakota is recovering from stroke-like symptoms.
Hillary Clinton met with her husband’s political advisers last night in DC.
George Will wants Barack Obama to run.
Bronx state Senator Efrain Gonzalez, Jr. is charged with pocketing $400,000 from non-profits that received state aid. Read More
Senator Tim Johnson has been hospitalized after having a stroke, placing the Democratic takeover of the Senate in jeopardy.
Rudy Giuliani hired RNC political director Mike DuHaime.
Adam Nagourney said DuHaime should silence questions about how serious his presidential bid is.
John McCain’s finance committee is starting Read More