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Roundtatble: politics keeps a high profile in New York and the North Country

With Republicans defending just a one seat majority in the state Senate, the race for the 48th Senate District seat has broad significance for New York. That was the first question this morning when David Sommerstein joined Martha Foley and Brian Mann for a roundtable on state and national politics.  Go to full article

Clinton calls for new direction

Hillary Clinton told cheering Democrats that it's time for a new course in the country. Clinton won re-election to the senate in a landslide victory over her opponent. Karen DeWitt was in NYC for the victory speech.  Go to full article

Clinton's Surprising North Country Success

Like most big name politicians, Senator Hillary Clinton is stumping in swing states to help her party's presidential candidate to victory. Still in her first term, Clinton has become a major--and often divisive--political force in the nation. But in parts of rural New York, especially the Finger Lakes and the North Country, she's developed a reputation as an advocate who works across party lines to get things done. She's used her star power to energize local Democrats. And she's made inroads in traditional Republican territory that may pay dividends in future elections. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Clinton To Serve on Armed Services Committee

New York Senator Hillary Clinton was named to the Senate Armed Services Committee yesterday. The appointment by her fellow Senate Democrats could give Fort Drum more influence in Washington. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Clinton asks FEMA to Account for Disaster Aid for New York

Senator Hillary Clinton is asking the federal government for a detailed account of money being promised to New York for disaster aid. In a recent letter to the head of FEMA, Clinton wrote that such as accounting is necessary to ensure money is going to areas that need it most. Martha Foley reports.  Go to full article

Senator Clinton Wants Terror Investigation To Probe Bush White House

New York senator Hillary Rodham Clinton says Congress should investigate actions of the Bush White House before the September 11th terror attacks. A spokesman for President Bush says there were warnings last summer that the Al Quaeda group might try to hijack U.S. Airplanes. Brian Mann has details.
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