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The singer and pianist known as the “Ambassador of the Great American Songbook,” Michael Feinstein, performs numbers from “The Sinatra Project,” his Grammy-nominated tribute to Sinatra and contemporaries such as Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Rosemary Clooney.
Entertainer Kitty Carlisle Hart celebrates her 94th birthday with a cabaret performance at Feinstein\'s at the Regency in New York on, Sept. 21, 2004.
About Will Durst’s mistaken column about gun control and Senator Diane Feinstein’s rants about assault rifles — what does the 2nd Amendment have to do with hunting or target shooting? Nothing. What does it have to do with citizens defending themselves against a government-controlled militia? EVERYTHING! Just ask the successful Viet Cong, the Cambodian Khmer Rouge, the Taliban, and lots of other grassroots insurgencies. The Founding Fathers knew that, and so do a high percentage of US voters.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., with judicial nominee Goodwin Liu, and Sens. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., Daniel Inouye, D-Hi., Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., and Daniel Akaka, D-Hi. where Reid talked, Wednesday, May 18, 2011 in Washington, about pending vote on Mr. Liu to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, tomorrow, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg)
Sens., from left to right: Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, Gordon Smith, R-Ore., Robert Menendez, D-N.J. and Ted Kennedy, D-Mass. appear at a press conference on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, July 1
WASHINGTON - The Senate rejected a California Democrat's plan to allow the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in the country to remain, work and eventually become Americans, preserving a fragile bipartisan coalition needed to pass the bill.
The intense passion invoked by this year’s debate about immigration reform, especially on radio waves dominated by conservative talk shows, has raised new interest among liberals to bring back the socalled Fairness Doctrine.
NEW YORK -- The White House says President Barack Obama is among the dignitaries scheduled to speak at a memorial service for the late CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite next month.
Sadly, again, we see a crazed attacker going on a rampage against innocent victims. This time it was in a community college in Houston and the attacker had a knife instead of a gun. Should we anticipate that Harry Reid, Diane Feinstein, and President Obama will now be calling for background checks when trying to purchase cutlery? Should knives of a certain length be outlawed? Will we see politicians surrounded by family members of the injured speaking out against Swiss Army?
The term “assault rifle” is a misleading term. It is being applied to rifles owned by law abiding civilians simply because they “look” similar to those used by the military.
WASHINGTON - Members of Congress quickly denounced an Obama administration plan to end federal payments to states and communities for jailing illegal immigrants.
WASHINGTON - Border Patrol agents should be allowed to shoot at fleeing drug traffickers, a Republican senator suggested Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES - Arnold Schwarzenegger ended the suspense Wednesday and jumped into the race for California governor, instantly becoming the best-known of the declared candidates seeking to replace Democrat Gray Davis in a recall.
WASHINGTON • Arizona has more than 90 illegal tunnels under its border with Mexico, the most discovered in any state in the Southwest, law enforcement officials told senators this week.
LOS ANGELES - Oscar-winning songwriter Ray Evans, whose long collaboration with partner Jay Livingston produced such enduring standards as "Mona Lisa," "Buttons and Bows," "Silver Bells" and "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)," has died. He was 92.
It appears John Feinstein’s stint as a football analyst at Navy isn’t sunk after all. A few days after the noted author let loose with an obscenity on the air during Navy’s win over Duke on Saturday, the academy has decided to keep him in the booth this week against Air Force.
Al Gore claims that "good enough for government work" once implied that such work met the highest standards of excellence. Maybe. But in the U.S. Senate's kitchens, "good enough for government work" means any meal that doesn't require a stomach pump.
SAN DIEGO - California Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer joined the call for the Marine Corps to review its entire fleet of F/A18-D Hornet jets for possible problems after a fiery crash killed two young girls, their mother and their grandmother.
WASHINGTON - Roland Burris failed to capture President-elect Barack Obama's old Senate seat Tuesday in a wild piece of political theater, but the Democrats' opposition cracked when a key chairwoman said seating him was simply the legal thing to do.
WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved John Roberts' nomination as the next Supreme Court chief justice, virtually assuring his confirmation by the Senate next week.
April 14, 2005
NEW YORK - Tamiko Simmons walked down the aisles at the Babies ‘‘R’’ Us store, checking items off her list: Crib, stroller, bouncer chair, car seat, bath tub, feeding pillow, sippy cups, mobile, blankets, toys and of course, diapers.
So let’s look at Arizona’s reaction to the gun control controversy.