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In the space of a few hours on Tuesday, a former member of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration went from raising questions about a report clearing Christie in the George Washington Bridge scandal to praising the work done by a legal team working for the governor's office that put together that report.
Testimony given Tuesday by a former member of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration raised more questions about a report clearing Christie of any involvement in the George Washington Bridge scandal.
The New Jersey legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures plans to meet Tuesday to hear testimony from Christina Genovese Renna, a former aide to Gov. Chris Christie (R).
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A really, really longshot Republican Senate candidate in Oregon has parlayed his confrontation with Portland's Willamette Week newspaper into appearances on Fox News, where he has denounced the paper for enforcing a "totalitarian regime."
Fox News is obsessed with Benghazi. That's not secret. But here's a fact buried in Politico Magazine national editor Michael Hirsh's article discussing the "Benghazi-Industrial Complex": the word Benghazi has been mentioned on no fewer than 1,101 Fox News programs in the past year.
Let the record show that last week's most surprising media scoop -- New York City-based luxury magazine DuJour's interview with Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling -- took the form of a short cell phone call. It was not recorded, and the interviewer did not take notes.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has kept quiet since the NBA banned him for life for making racist comments during an argument with his girlfriend. But the New York City-based luxury magazine DuJour claims that the 80-year-old Sterling offered a few words about the situation to its CEO, Jason Binn.