Ted Kennedy

Mitt Romney, with his wife Ann, mother Lenore and father George at his side, speaks after winning the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Boston

Wish George Romney, not Mitt, was running for president

I have no problem at all with the older fellow’s inconsistencies
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Late night civil war

Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien have become a proxy for two different viewpoints in a divided country
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Midterm nightmare

The Democrats are headed for a huge setback in November
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Dominick Dunne’s last big party

Everyone, even Conrad Black, shows up in the high society crime chronicler’s final novel
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Genuinely loved, for his many faults

Thoughtless, kind, self-indulgent, generous. Ted Kennedy’s excesses ran in every direction.

"A champion for those who had none"

President Obama gives the eulogy at Ted Kennedy’s funeral
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Ted Kennedy: "The lion of the Senate"

More liberal than either of his brothers—and a bipartisan deal-maker.