When Rod Blagojevich couldn't get his way, he began targeting enemies in the legislature—and their wives.
Before joining the Daily Beast, Ross Goldberg worked as a staff reporter on the New York Sun's city desk, where he covered courts as well as general assignments. In college, he served as managing editor of the Yale Daily News.
Can Republican senators upset Barack Obama's first 100 days by targeting the confirmation of attorney general nominee Eric Holder? They’re sure going to try.
Sources tell The Daily Beast that newsprint companies won't raise their rates next year, giving the nation's struggling dailies a reprieve.
McCain’s former campaign manager has advice for Palin that could lead to the Republican nomination in 2012.
The dirty campaigning of the Swift Boat veterans is not absent, it is merely hidden from view.
Two of the country's most influential foreign policy experts on Iraq, McCain's "warts," and Obama's unknowns.
FDR is hailed as the savior of Depression America. But there is another, less charitable view.
Three financial wise men peer into the future to discover when the crash will end
The news that a little read French author has won the Nobel for Literature confirms American authors’ suspicions
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