Charlie Rangel's Lead Over Adriano Espaillat Shrinks; State Supreme Court To Hear Race Tally Issue Representative Charlie Rangel's small lead over challenger Adriano Espaillat has gotten even smaller. The latest count shows a total of 18,075 votes for Rangel and 17,273 for Espaillat, a mere 802-vote, or 1.96 percent difference. DNAinfo reports that ... 07/2/2012 - 8:32 pm | View Link
Victory Margin for Rangel Narrows in New Vote Tally to lead its legal effort. The Board of Elections released numbers on Saturday night based on data uploaded from memory sticks in each ballot scanner, showing Mr. Rangel received a total of 18,075 votes in the Democratic primary, or 44.29 percent of the ... 07/2/2012 - 12:51 pm | View Link
Rangel’s primary victory in question as vote count narrows lead New York Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel’s primary win last week is being challenged amid allegations of voter suppression and an ongoing ballot count that over the weekend trimmed his margin to roughly 800 votes. A court hearing is scheduled Monday ... 07/2/2012 - 6:43 am | View Link
Charles Rangel's Lead over Adriano Espaillat Shrinks U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel’s lead over Dominican-born challenger Adriano Espaillat in a Democratic primary race for the incumbent's New York seat has narrowed to just 802 votes, with thousands of votes remaining to be counted. Espaillat, who holds a seat ... 07/2/2012 - 5:17 am | View Link
Rangel’s margin of victory over Espaillat narrows NEW YORK (AP) — New York congressman Charles Rangel’s margin of victory in Tuesday’s Democratic primary has narrowed as additional returns have been counted. An Associated Press tally of incomplete returns gave Rangel a 2.7 percentage point margin ... 06/28/2012 - 10:06 am | View Link
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Forget Where’s Waldo. Have you played Where’s Jaycee Chan?
The South China Morning Post reports that game developers have capitalized on the recent arrest in Beijing, on alleged drug-related offenses, of Jaycee Chan — son of actor Jackie Chan — by creating an online game. All the People Search for Jaycee Chan, as the game is called, has quickly gone viral, the Post says.
It’s simple enough, consisting of a mass of tiles — most of them belonging to the face of fellow-actor and friend Ko Chen-tung, who was detained alongside Chan, also on alleged drug violations.
FROM STAFF REPORTSHot days are ahead in Oklahoma with temperatures near 98 degrees Thursday, the National Weather Service reports.
More of the same is ahead next week.
High winds Thursday will gust up to 31 mph in central Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma City forecast is as follows:
Thursday: Mostly sunny and hot with a high near 98.
The Atlanta hospital where two American aid workers were brought after getting infected with the Ebola virus planned to hold a news conference Thursday morning to discuss their discharge while an aid group said one of them has recovered.
Your book is called The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea. What exactly is the American idea? The condition of your birth doesn’t determine the outcome of your life. The job of government is to secure our rights so that we can make the most of our lives. My concern is that we’re starting to lose a little bit of that.
I majored in English for one reason: it was easy. All I had to do was read books and, crucially, only books written in the one language I knew. A few months ago, I went to lunch with a fellow Stanford graduate, who has a hugely successful Internet company. He asked me what I did in college, since I wasn’t busy learning to code.