SI’s Peter King was wandering around the building today, as he is inking a piece on the 1986 Bengals (Who Dey!!!) and wanted to talk to the leader of the Cincinnati squad, the Blonde Bomber himself, Boomer Esiason.
CBS 2′s Don Dahler speaks with Long Island Congressman Peter King about the withdrawal of troops from Iraq, Moammar Gadhafi’s killing, and the foiled terrorist attack involving Iran.
Sports Illustrated football writer Peter King was lurking around the Allstate Studio, as he is working on a piece that focuses on some former Cincinnati Bengals (Who Dey!!!).
“We’ve been asked by this district to send a message to Washington, and I hope they hear it loud and clear,” Turner said.
The threat involves non-specific car bomb attacks, possibly targeting bridges and tunnels here. The info. came from an overseas source which Mayor Bloomberg said had been credible in the past.
Currently, there is a push by the FBI, CIA and others to refute or corroborate the information that officials have.
Congress is reconvening this week for what could be a painful confrontation over how to put Americans back to work.
The families are meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder about the FBI inquiry into the allegations that Rupert Murdoch’s media empire may have tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims.
The FBI began its investigation last week amid claims that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. may have tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims after Long Island Rep. Peter King put on the pressure demanding action.
Say what you like about Mike Francesa, the man knows football. And he was right. My Pittsburgh Steelers – yes, I refer to them in the collective – are interested in Tiki Barber. Worse, it seems my coach Mike Tomlin talked Tiki out of retirement.
Tri-State Residents, Politicians Weigh In On Possible Social Security, Medicare Changes As Part Of Debt Talks
Congressman Peter King said that nothing should be done to affect people already collecting benefits, but argues programs like Social Security and Medicare are unsustainable over the long term.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael Wilner said Friday he was hesitant to grant bond to Olajide Noibi based on the circumstances of the case.
A local congressman is fuming over a plan from house Republicans to cut funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
In an interview with CBS News correspondent Steve Kroft for this Sunday’s “60 Minutes”, President Barack Obama says he won’t release the Osama bin Laden images taken to prove his death.
King is the chair of the House Homeland Security committee, and was recently criticized for holding hearings on Islamic radicalization in the U.S. Along with the severed foot was a note containing anti-Semitic slurs.