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Democrat Cory Booker handily won the special election to fill Frank Lautenberg's seat. (Getty Images)

Democrat Booker Wins New Jersey Senate Election

Newark Mayor Cory Booker won a special election Wednesday to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate.


Democrat Cory Booker and Republican Steve Lonegan face off in New Jersey's senate race. (Pool Photo/Philadelphia Inquirer, David M Warren)

Decision Day In New Jersey’s Accelerated Senate Race

The two-month campaign in New Jersey between Democrat Cory Booker and Republican Steve Lonegan ends amid a lingering federal government shutdown.


File photo of Newark Mayor Cory Booker speaking at the Democratic National Convention. (credit: STAN HONDA/AFP/GettyImages)

Poll: Booker Tops Lonegan By 16% For US Senate

A new poll shows Democrat Cory Booker with a double-digit lead over Republican Steve Lonegan in the race for U.S Senate.


The flag draped casket of the late New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg is carried by members of the Joint Military Casket Team during burial services at Arlington National Cemetery on June 7, 2013 in Arlington, Va. (Photo credit: Pablo Martinez Monsivais-Pool/Getty Images)

Senate’s Last World War II Vet Buried at Arlington

Frank Lautenberg, the last World War II veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate, was buried Friday with military honors in a rain-drenched ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.


Senator Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ (Photo Credit: MANDEL NGAN / AFP / Getty Images)

Late NJ Sen. Lautenberg To Lie In State At Capitol

The Senate is bidding farewell to Frank Lautenberg, the chamber’s oldest member and the last World War II veteran to serve there.


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New Jersey Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg Dies At 89

U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, a multimillionaire New Jersey businessman and liberal who was called out of retirement for a second tour of duty in Congress, has died at age 89.


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Can’t Quit The Place, Senators Back For Second Act

Republican Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana and Democratic Sen. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey served years in the Senate, bowed out because of a term-limits promise or the frustration of endless fundraising and then discovered they couldn’t quit the place.