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The WP reports that White Houseaide Sidney Blumenthal plans to sue Internet gossip columnist Matt Drudge over statements Drudge made about him in a recent emailed column.
(These are the same people who held rallies to support Clinton during his impeachment and called the Housemanagers "ayatollahs.")
In one such case--a presidential press conference at which reporters supposedly bombard him and President Clinton with nasty questions, none of which appears in the White Housetranscript (the actual questions were quite pedestrian)--he makes no changes.
The NYT and Wall Street Journal run stories reporting that Treasury, State, and White Houseofficials learned last spring of massive Russian money-laundering involving the Bank of New York but didn't pass the information along to Al Gore or President Clinton.
The stock market was also helped by yet another speech by Alan Greenspan, who talked about how rising houseprices provided a more consistent impetus to consumer spending than rising stock prices.
He made exceptions for some of his top aides, such as national security adviser Henry Kissinger, his White Housecounsel, Leonard Garment, and one of his speechwriters, William Safire, and then added: "But, Bob, generally speaking, you can't trust the bastards.
Conservative senators and Houseprosecutors feel that a full-scale trial is the only way for the Senate to make a valid judgment and perform its Constitutional duty.
The piece also carried this quote from Clinton staffer James E. Kennedy in response to congressional complaints about the number of White Houselawyers working to defend Clinton: "It's like an arsonist complaining about the size of the fire department."
Contact us to discuss the possibility of in-housetraining for your team.
[ 20 ] Halm et al theorized greater involvement by primary care physicians who are more likely to admit low risk patients could be responsible for the similar differences seen in their study since uninsured patients are often admitted to the service of housestaff and frequently have their need for hospitalization reassessed by a senior physician.
These include eight votes in favor of dams and other water projects outside Tennessee ; probably Gore felt he needed to support other Housemembers' water projects if they were going to support his in Tennessee.
The LAT , NYT , and WP report that a former top Mexican drug prosecutor awaiting trial in the U.S. on drug and money laundering charges yesterday killed himself, apparently with an intentional overdose of antidepressants, in New Jersey, where he was under housearrest.
It quoted White Housespokesman Joe Lockhart as saying, "My understanding is the President continues to deal with the ministers that he talked about at the outset.
The NYT's Waco lead also mentions that a Housecommittee that's starting its own investigation is said to be interested in what role the Army's Delta Force may have played in the operation.
(See the Random Housesite for excerpts from Asylum .)
In response, the creaking White Housepress office shudders and throws off a spark or two and issues one more unconvincing denial.
After all, their once prestigious job title--White Houseintern--has been transformed into the world's easiest one-liner.
The "patients' rights" bill passed 275-151 (with 68 Republican defections) in one of the rare Housevotes where the outcome was not known in advance.
By Don Farmer HOUSEsales in Wairarapa have bounced back from the winter doldrums with spring showing a marked improvement in real estate activity.
The Clinton camp welcomes the committee's move on hopes that it will produce a poignant rejection of impeachment when put to a vote on the Housefloor.
I have a dilemma about being a houseguest.
All-Mail Voting On a slow news day, the Los Angeles Times leads with the quiet hope among some Republicans that the Houseimpeachment inquiry will die a swift death.
Brewing Scandal The White Housevideo revelations lead at the Washington Post , the New York Times , and USA Today .
Like yesterday's bold headline ("Evokes Versailles Pact Defeat"), today's NYT headline also spans four columns and gives a distinctly pro-White Housespin ("Clinton Says 'New Isolationism' Imperils U.S. Security").
In 1993, upon graduating college with an ever-marketable degree in philosophy, Wilcha took a job at the Columbia Houserecord club (which was co-owned by Sony and Time Warner) as a marketing assistant, mostly so he could buy time until he figured out what he was really going to do with his life.
They are happy to liaise with outside event managers, or to provide a complete in-houseservice.
In a "Style" section piece about how conservatives have taken to turning on each other, Post media reporter Howard Kurtz reveals that "when the Wall Street Journal declared a few weeks ago that Newt Gingrich was in danger of becoming 'inconsequential,' the Housespeaker sent every member of the editorial board a letter saying he was disappointed in them."
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The Washington Post leads with the House GOP's partial capitulation on "patient rights" legislation: In the face of more sweeping legislation sponsored by Democrats, the Houseleadership reversed position and wrote an alternative bill giving patients the right to sue their HMOs.
The WP lead details how Rep. Burton was accused on Sunday by congressional Democrats and White Housestaffers of doctoring transcripts of Hubbell's prison phone conversations.
Mother Teresa would have been horrified to know that during my two years as a junior and senior houseofficer at the Calcutta Medical College Hospitals, I had personally assisted in numerous abortions, and a number of these were on "very poor women".
Little by little, various establishments are making houserules.
Widowhood wins votes: Between 1916 and 1993, "84 percent of first-time female candidates for the Housewho were running to succeed their dead husbands won their races."
The Only Living Boy in New York I wasn't paying much attention to the in-housemusic on Christmas Eve--I think it was "Little Drummer Boy" in the bookstore, "Jingle Bell Rock" in the toy store, or maybe vice versa--but, entering the flower shop, it hit me instantly: "Bernadette."
The Times reports that while deciding to go forward on Gore, Reno rejected the need for an independent counsel to investigate Bill Clinton's White Housecoffees and Lincoln Bedroom-visit arrangements.
It is also recorded in the public hospital records that housesurgeon Dr F prescribed 2gm of intravenous Amoxil for Mrs B shortly after the birth.
Chatterbox concludes: As the daughter of a Houseleader and a nice Catholic girl, almost certainly not.
These earlier studies reported skin testing with an amorphous extract called “housedust,” but it was not until the identification of dust mites that the association was clarified .
An especially gripping part of Limpert's August 1974 Washingtonian piece is a reprinted snippet from the transcripts of the White Housetapes dated Feb. 28, 1973.
Fortunately, today, a new wave of contemporary beach housedesign is emerging, which has more respect for the landscape in which it sits, and manages to retain the same sensibility of relaxed simplicity seen in the original kiwi bach.
The same lawyer pointed out that a private practice would not incur costs for experts and other disbursements without obtaining approval from the Agency, and presumed that an in-housepractice in a competitive market should face the same regime.
The Housebill contains almost $100 billion in direct tax breaks for business.
The paper notes that the Silicon artists have included a former aide to Dick Armey and the brother of the White Housechief of staff.
Republican Representative Curt Weldon, chairman of the Housefire caucus, offers an alternative explanation: when the economy is strong, "they don't need to commit arson or bail out a business."
If Hillary used White Housefunds for travel or other campaign-related needs, then we'd have an ethical lapse to discuss (and a lapse of common sense.
Today's Journal front recounts the sad saga of a onetime $400,000-a-year NBC vice president, who risked it all--his five bedroomhouse in Greenwich, his kids' private schools, his trips to London--to join an Internet startup.
Jones wrote that Charles Lee was “so much vexed with rebellion, with Republicans and Presbyterians, that by his will he ordered his body not to be buried within three miles of a Presbyterian meetinghouse, conventicle, or a schism shop.” scrub ( n .)
Friends matter because you need someone to rent a beachhouse or go to a singles dance with.
With more and more accommodations opening, think about overnighting at a mountain resort, or an inexpensive guesthouse.
Boardinghouses in Los Angeles sometimes advertised “Rooms for rent — no dogs or actors allowed.” Depression and Boom The Great Depression hit California hard.
Some 1,400 years before the Palace of Estói was erected, Milreu was also the large countryhouse of an eminent person.
Once the premier operahouse in the city, it has been usurped by the Muziek Theater, but still hosts regular performances of visiting and Dutch companies, being home to the Toneelgroep drama group.
Buy Now October 1997 Emotions have run high in the New Zealand media regarding statehouse rentals moving up to market rates.
Distinguished three-story, late 18th-centuryhouses line the square, and orange trees soften the edges, adding color and scent.
Actually, since their publishinghouses generally don't provide food and hotel costs, they must rely on complimentary dinners and stays, which means that they notify the establishment ahead of time that they're coming to write a review.
The NYSE is owned by its 1,366 seatholders--brokeragehouses that have paid for the right to trade on the exchange.
Dömane Dahlem This 17th century manorhouse with period interior and 19th century working farm and museum is very popular with children, who enjoy trying their hand at traditional farm tasks such as milking cows.
The sheer size of the auctionhouse is what gives pause for thought — the walkway for spectators is 1.6 km (1 mile) long.
I first saw Hawera last spring in a garden outside Chicago, where it had been planted along the foundation of a stonehouse in long drifts interspersed with sweeps of fern.
In 1999 we borrowed the money to purchase a half share in a Sounds holidayhouse.
Bow brickhouses, their steep stoops (or steps) framed with scrolled black railings, are set off by parks, the finest examples being Union Park Square, situated just off Tremont Street, and Rutland and Concord squares both farther to the south.
A club was formed by locals and work on the clubhouse began in October 1950.
The museumhouses over 200 paintings and 500 drawings by the artist — one of the most infamous of the 19th century — and it constitutes the greatest collection of his work, covering all periods of his troubled career.
You said you had lunch in Pittsfield, was it on North Street?That reminds me of when we lived on the farm.It must be eighty years ago.We went to a one-room schoolhouse, didn't you drive past it once?Each row was a different grade.I sat in the first seat of the first row.The teacher's name was Miss Brown.She was so pretty.I wonder if she's still alive.The day before we left the farm our cat disappeared.We couldn't find her anywhere.I was sad for weeks.Three months later she showed up at our new house in Pittsfield.Robbins Avenue.I can't think of the number now.My sister was in New York.She didn't like the people she was living with so she'd visit us.She fell in love with the young man who lived next door.Maurice.Your uncle Maurice.They got married and moved to Cleveland.They're both gone now, aren't they?You know, I can't picture her.A few years later we moved to New York.This just jumped into my mind: I must have been three years old.We were still in Russia.Mir.A small town, but famous for its Yeshiva.My oldest brother--Joe--took our horses down to the river.They were the two best horses in the town.My father had a phaeton.A beautiful old buggy.He was like a taxi driver, he took people to Minsk.Or Vilna.That day he was at the station.The passenger station, waiting for customers.My brother was still just a kid.He must have been washing the horses in the river.I can remember--it was a hot day.Maybe he was giving them a drink.And while I was watching the reins got caught around a pole in the river.The horses kept twisting the reins around that pole.It was slippery, the reins kept sliding down under the water and they were pulling the horses down with them.I ran into town and got my father who came running back with a knife in his teeth.He jumped into the river with all his clothes on.He took the knife and sawed away at the reins until he finally cut through.He saved the horses.I haven't thought about this in a thousand years.It's like a dream: you get up it's forgotten.Then it all comes back.Didn't I ever tell you?Look at me, I'm starting to cry.What's there to cry about?Such an old, old memory, why should it make me cry?
Another way to judge a grant program is to count the number of summerhouses the grant recipients have bought; by this measure the MacArthurs are a triumph.
These caves may now be visited, their treasureshoused in the nearby Peking Man Museum.
- - From an ad for a two-familyhouse in the New York Times "Real Estate" section.
Note: like the Oklahoma federal building that was destroyed by a truck bomb, the Reagan buildinghouses a day-care center.
The paper states that Wiese claimed to be playing with an abandoned puppy elsewhere in the stationhouse when the attack allegedly took place.
To the east of the square, the Operncafé is housed in the Prinzessinnenpalais, the Prussian princesses’ Baroque townhouse.
The Nine Dragon Wall (Jiulongbi), a Ming landmark (1392), stands in the old part of town among the narrow streets lined by single-storyhouses.
From Jonas Daniël Meijerplein look southeast to the glasshouses of the Hortus Botanicus (Botanical Gardens) easily seen just across the Nieuwe Herengracht canal.
Hill Top Beatrix Potter’s farmhouse and retreat is on the western shore of Lake Windermere at the village of Near Sawrey.
Regular, sponsored, professional meetings- a chance to learn, debate, update, show off, get hands-on, you name it, with various local productionhouses, suppliers and industry leaders.
The Back Lakes District contains many landmarks of old Beijing — from princely mansions to old temples and gardens — but it is best known for its colorful alleyways and traditional courtyardhouses.
But any moron can produce a Tarantino knock-off or a bit of Italian dreck and call it an arthouse masterpiece.
There are no special signs of mourning among the Palestinian public, he wrote, quoting a man in an East Jerusalem coffeehouse: "Netanyahu is sadder and more concerned than we are."
New York Times Magazine , July 12 (posted Thursday, July 9, 1998) The cover story profiles Bernard Arnault, the French magnate in charge of Christian Dior, Givenchy, Luis Vuitton, and other fashionhouses.
The Point of the Lambs "The good lambs in the yellow barn--the resthoused in blue."
What would be in your dreamhouse?
Our shadehouse where stock (parent) plants are kept and our cuttings are grown on until they are ready for repotting.
Did he whip out the little white plastic thing that holds the floss, or was he using one of those ready-to-go saw instruments that look like a cello bow for a dollhouse?
The company, which is now traded publicly, was started in 1980 by a psychologist named Stephen Gordon, who was restoring a Queen Anne-stylehouse in Eureka, Calif., and found it maddeningly difficult to locate the period-style fixtures he needed.
Then in the 1870s and 1880s the modern mass retailer—the department store, the mail orderhouse, and the chain store—started to make inroads on the wholesaler’s markets.5 Until the emergence of mass retail, the wholesaler-jobber dominated the distribution of consumer dry goods to general stores: clothing, upholstered furnishings, hardware, drugs, tobacco, furniture, china, and glassware.
The Topic: The challenges and traumas of building a profitable service company versus building a softwarehouse - there is a marked difference.
Ellie's white clapboardhouse even looks suspiciously like Forrest's house, even though she's from Wisconsin and he lived in Alabama.
It turns out that we stay with her so she can gaze, in passing, at an apartmenthouse--so that the camera can travel up to and through a window and come upon Septimus supine on a sofa, contemplating--what?
The industry was decimated by the loss of many Jewish families who ran the major diamondhouses, but a slow recovery ensured its survival.
But now the Times has a Boston edition, with the Boston weather and television schedule, and the "Tab," a "community" paper with special town editions, such as Cambridge, tells me what is playing at the local moviehouses.
Since 1846, when it was a clearinghouse for nearby farmers, this has been the popular center of town, meeting place for the non-politicos.