Dan Gerstein

former Communications Director, Senator Joe Lieberman

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Communications consultant and political analyst and an informal advisor for the new political group "No Labels;"former Communications Director to Senator Joe Lieberman and as a senior adviser on his vice presidential and presidential campaigns

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Twenty-two year-old  Jared Laughner was arraigned  today in Phoenix, telling a federal judge he understood charges of murder and attempted murder.

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In Washington today, federal charges were filed against  Jared Lee Loughner  stemming from Saturday's shooting rampage in Tucson.

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