Newark mayor Cory Booker was sworn in to the U.S. Senate this morning by Vice President Joe Biden, bringing the Senate chamber to its feet. Booker won a special election earlier this month to fill the seat of the late...
Former Newark Mayor Cory Booker was greeted with applause from the floor and gallery as he was sworn in as a U.S. senator Thursday by Vice President Joe Biden.
Vice President Joe Biden swears in former Newark Mayor Cory Booker to the United States Senate shortly after 12 PM ET on Thursday: Booker's introduction to the lunacy of Senate procedure was swift: Immediately after being sworn in, the Senate turned to a cloture vote aimed at defeating the GOP's filibuster of Rep. Show More Summary
(NEWARK, N.J.) — Now that Mayor Cory Booker, who brought a worldwide spotlight and hundreds of millions of dollars to Newark, is heading to Washington, the question everyone wants to know is: Who will run New Jersey‘s largest city? The...Show More Summary
The first tweet from @TheFixPoints was designed to perplex. Chris Cillizza, whose Washington Post micro-site The Fix has become the capital of a small media empire, tweeted news that Newark Mayor Cory Booker would not run for president in 2016. Show More Summary
Former Newark Mayor Cory Booker, freshly elected o fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Frank Lautenberg's death last June, says he looks forward to working with Republicans as well as Democrats on drug policy reforms such as eliminating mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent offenders. Show More Summary
Last night Jon Stewart took a look at the joy that went down in New Jersey yesterday when gay couples were allowed to marry, and Newark mayor Cory Booker was allowed to join them. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP... The Daily...
Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker, recently elected to the U.S. Senate and a keynote speaker at the Christian Catalyst conference in Atlanta earlier this month, had a protester removed from City Hall Monday after the man responded to his call for objections to a gay wedding ceremony by yelling that the marriage was "unlawful in the eyes of God and Jesus Christ."
This has been a big year for gay rights, with public opinion and public officials coming down on the side of equality. Today, New Jersey became the 14th state where same-sex couples can marry. At midnight, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, who was just elected to the Senate, presided over two gay marriages at City Hall. Show More Summary
Hours after Newark mayor Cory Booker began officiating same-sex weddings at promptly 12:01 am Monday morning, Governor Chris Christie dropped the legal challenge to New Jersey’s marriage equality ruling. Last month, Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson ruled that “[s]ame-sex couples must be allowed to marry in order to obtain equal protection of the law under [...]
Newark, New Jersey, Mayor Cory Booker married seven same-sex couples minutes after midnight this morning. New Jersey has officially begun recognizing gay marriage, making it the 14th state in the nation to do so. Mazel tov to all the happy couples who can finally tie the knot! [Guardian UK] Tyra Banks is open to adopting a [...]
Earlier we posted a shorter video of the marriage equality proceedings officiated by Newark mayor Cory Booker last night. Before he married Orville Bell and Joseph Panessidi, Booker asked, "I must ask if there's anyone present here today that should...
New Jersey Governor has withdrawn his appeal of a judge's decision to legalize gay marriage in the Garden State, the Newark Star-Ledger has tweeted. Newark Mayor Cory Booker opened city hall at midnight to perform New Jersey's first same-sex wedding ceremonies after a judge ruled in favor of gay marriage, Reuters reported. Show More Summary
Joseph Panessidi and Orville Bell were the first of nine couples married by Newark Mayor Cory Booker after same-sex marriage became the law in New Jersey. Booker who declined to perform any marriages in the seven years he's been mayor...Show More Summary
by Charles Mombo New Jersey Cory Booker Becomes the Six Elected African-American Senator in U.S. History On Wednesday Democratic Newark mayor Cory Booker became the first African-American senator from the State of New Jersey and only the six African-American in U.S. Show More Summary
(CNN) - On the day after his victory in a special U.S. Senate election, Democratic Newark, New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker met with Chris Christie, the Garden State's Republican governor. The two teamed up for the groundbreaking of a new supermarket in Newark, part of a push to improve urban communities. The event comes two […]
Barring an upset, Newark mayor Cory Booker is likely headed to the U.S. Senate. Meanwhile, Waywire, the struggling video startup Booker co-founded, is headed for the exits. AllThingsD reports that Waywire has been purchased by Magnify, a New York City-based video curation company. Show More Summary
Newark Mayor Cory Booker will be the next U.S. Senator from New Jersey. read more
Wednesday night Newark Mayor Cory Booker (D) beat Steve Lonegan (R) in a race for the New Jersey Senate. Booker will be replacing Sen. Frank Lautenberg’s (D), who died in June of pneumonia. Booker’s victory was predicted but what is shocking is that his win makes him the fourth African American to ever be elected [...]