New Jersey

Chris Christie Is Wedged Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Senator Frank Lautenberg's death has put the Republican governor in a bind

Senator Frank Lautenberg's death has put the Republican governor in a bind.

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Takeover Fever

Across America, states are taking over cities and school boards. Does it make a difference?

Across America, states are taking over cities and school boards. Does it make a difference?

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His biggest boosters, a coterie of Wall Street conservatives, have lost their love.

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GOP House leaders skipped town without voting on Sandy relief—sticking it to Republican voters.

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And that food-stamps challenge? Yeah, not helping.

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It all comes down to the Dems.

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Casinos already divide Indian tribes into haves and have-nots. Legalizing poker will only make the problem worse.

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THE CHINESE ECONOMY is the new rock and roll. Or maybe it isn’t. Maybe congressional re-alignment is the new rock and roll—I don’t know. I do know one thing that is not the new rock and roll, though, and that is the rock and roll being made today. Like other worthy musical forms born of past eras—jazz and salsa, for instance—rock and roll is still played widely and still worth playing; yet rock has been frozen as a form for quite some time. Its only newness is one it confers as a metaphor—a handy, all-purpose symbol for the achieving of status as a phenomenon sensationally, voguishly cool.

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The former DNC Chairman lost the Virginia primary in 2009, and he could again.

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