New York City Mayor Bloomberg to announce he wants to ban Styrofoam

Bloomberg plans to use part of his last State of the City address to push initiatives that would increase the number of parking spaces for electric cars, begin recycling more plastics and food waste and ban Styrofoam food packaging.

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Watergate Lessons: Bob Woodward and Ben Bradlee on the pressures of investigative reportingComments Off

A conversation with Bob Woodward yesterday reminded me of what a slog the actual reporting was, and how much the business has changed.

Rare correction made in Justice Ginsburg’s dissent on Texas voter ID lawComments Off

The U.S. Supreme Court made a rare correction on Wednesday to an error in Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s scathing dissent of the majority opinion on Texas’ controversial voter ID law — a dissent that had been highly touted by critics of the law.

Man apprehended after scaling White House fence in latest security breachComments Off

A man was apprehended after he scaled a White House fence Wednesday night, the latest security breach at a time when the Secret Service faces increased scrutiny over its ability to protect the president and his residence.

GOP memo: Republicans lead Dems in early votes cast in Iowa, in shift from past yearsComments Off

The memo stated that as of Wednesday, the cumulative number of registered Republican early and absentee voting returns surpassed those of the Democrats by 305 ballots. 

Companies try to escape ObamaCare penaltiesComments Off

With companies set to face fines next year for not complying with the new mandate to offer health insurance, some are pursuing strategies like enrolling employees in Medicaid to avoid penalties and hold down costs.

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