- Newsmaker: Tony Blair's Labor Party Dominates Elections In the aftermath of yesterday's crushing defeat by Tony Blair's Labor Party, William Hague resigned today as Britain's Conservative leader. It was Blair's second landslide-but it may add up to less than it seems. We talk with David Manasian, Senior Editor at the Economist magazine in London.
- Reporter's Notebook: LA Councilman Moves Up To National Arts Foundation Joel Wachs is a familiar face in Los Angeles, where he's been a city councilman for 30 years and an unsuccessful candidate in this year's primary race for Mayor. He has not been a public figure nationwide, but that may be about to change as Wachs takes over an arts foundation in New York City-a job that may take him to Washington, too.
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