September 28th, 2010
03:00 PM ET

Stevens buried at Arlington National Cemetery

Former Sen. Ted Stevens of Alaska was buried Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

Friends and family attended the ceremony, including some of Stevens' former Senate colleagues during his 40-year career.

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September 28th, 2010
09:39 AM ET

On the Radar: Rahm Emanuel, Ted Stevens, allergy bullies

Emanuel's bid for mayor? - Three Democratic sources close to Rahm Emanuel tell CNN that the White House chief of staff informed senior colleagues he is all but certain to run for mayor of Chicago, Illinois, and will leave the White House to take the final exploratory steps.

Close associates are already building a campaign team, according to sources. An announcement by Emanuel is expected to be scheduled for Friday, sources said. With his bigger-than-life personality, Emanuel - known to some as Rahmbo - has aggressively been involved with Obama's agenda. A source close to Emanuel says that Deputy Chief of Staff Pete Rouse is the favorite to take over as chief of staff on a temporary basis in order to give President Obama more time to find a long-term replacement for Emanuel.

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August 18th, 2010
10:28 PM ET

Stevens remembered as champion of Alaska

Hundreds of people filled Anchorage Baptist Temple on Wednesday to pay their respects to former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, who was overwhelmingly remembered by speakers at the service as a man who embodied the state.

"From the eerie silence of the tundra to the swish of dogsleds in the snow ... these things more than describe Alaska, they define a way of life, and no state has ever had a more fierce defender of that state's way of life than Ted Stevens," said longtime friend and former Senate colleague, Vice President Joe Biden.

Stevens, 86, and four others died August 9 when the plane in which they were flying crashed into the side of a mountain in remote southwestern Alaska.

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