Edward M. Kennedy

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CBS News
New Hampshire primaries pastJesse Jackson stands with his daughter Jackie as they campaign from the back of
New Hampshire primaries past
CBS News / Posted 2 hours ago
Jesse Jackson stands with his daughter Jackie as they campaign from the back of a caboose in Plymouth, N.H., Feb. 14, 1988 ahead of the New Hampshire primary. Republican presidential hopeful Pat Buchanan, right, and his wife Shelley, center, are... Read more
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Boston Globe
At a humble kitchen table, Ted Kennedy plotted a comebackTed Dully/Globe Staff/File Edward Kennedy at Rivier College, in Nashua, N.H.
At a humble kitchen table, Ted Kennedy plotted a comeback
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
Ted Dully/Globe Staff/File Edward Kennedy at Rivier College, in Nashua, N.H. On a frigid snowy Friday night 36 years ago, most Americans were gathered around their television sets watching the US Olympic hockey team in Lake Placid, N.Y. This wasn’t... Read more
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Boston Globe
Jeb Bush fighting for survival in New Hampshire, symbol of the GOP establishment’s weaknessLACONIA, N.H. -— Sitting on his campaign bus — laptop, turkey jerky, and coffee
Jeb Bush fighting for survival in New Hampshire, symbol of the GOP establishment’s weakness
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
LACONIA, N.H. -— Sitting on his campaign bus — laptop, turkey jerky, and coffee all nearby — Jeb Bush was befuddled over his campaign’s failure to capture more attention in the news media. “I could drop my pants,” he said in an interview. “Moon the... Read more
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Boston Globe
UMass to open dorm at Boston campus in September 2018 - The Boston GlobeIn a first for the bustling commuter school, the University of Massachusetts Bo
UMass to open dorm at Boston campus in September 2018 - The Boston Globe
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
In a first for the bustling commuter school, the University of Massachusetts Boston expects to open a 1,000-student dormitory complex on its Columbia Point campus in September 2018, university officials said Thursday. “This is a major milestone in... Read more
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Roll Call
Charlie Gonzalez Determined to Save Congress From Itself Gonzalez, second from right, listens with Sen. Richard J. Durbin, left, and R
Charlie Gonzalez Determined to Save Congress From Itself
Roll Call / Posted 19 days ago
Gonzalez, second from right, listens with Sen. Richard J. Durbin, left, and Rep. Xavier Becerra as Sen. Edward M. Kennedy explains why they’re opposing the nomination of Miguel Estrada to the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Malloy expects feds to allow his no-fly, no-buy orderNEW HAVEN — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is optimistic that the White House and the U.
Malloy expects feds to allow his no-fly, no-buy order
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 25 days ago
NEW HAVEN — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is optimistic that the White House and the U.S. Justice Department will give Connecticut access to the type of information he can use to stop those on terrorist watch lists and the federal No Fly rosters from being... Read more
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Boston Herald
Fighting brain cancer with herpes virusLocal researchers may soon use a version of the herpes virus combined with a po
Fighting brain cancer with herpes virus
Boston Herald / Posted 27 days ago
Local researchers may soon use a version of the herpes virus combined with a powerful stimulant to jump-start the immune system to fight a sneaky and often deadly form of brain cancer. “It’s a very exciting area, this whole concept of teaching the... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Bill Clinton still has that campaign magicBy Albert R. Hunt Does Bill Clinton still have his political magic? How much o
Bill Clinton still has that campaign magic
OregonLive.com / Posted 30 days ago
By Albert R. Hunt Does Bill Clinton still have his political magic? How much of it can he transfer to his wife? The answers: Yes and not much. The former president hit the campaign trail this week on behalf of his spouse, the Democratic... Read more
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Roll Call
Reconciliation Hasn't Always Been a Street FightReconciliation Hasn’t Always Been a Street Fight Ryan has promised a vote on a
Reconciliation Hasn't Always Been a Street Fight
Roll Call / Posted 1 months ago
Reconciliation Hasn’t Always Been a Street Fight Ryan has promised a vote on an override of Obama’s expected veto of the reconciliation bill. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call) The budget reconciliation process sounds complicated and partisan, but it wasn’t... Read more

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