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Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich thought he could make a killing, plus $150,000 for his wife.
Blagojevich is being charged with trying to sell Barack Obama's open Senate seat.
Bush faces harsh accounting, while Matthews's potential Senate run will be no piece of cake.
Blagojevich was taken into federal custody Tuesday on conspiracy charges.
Who the American public wants in and out of office, part 2.
But the scion of another political family, Caroline Kennedy, would serve the nation well as a senator.
Martinez's decision not to run for re-election opens the door for Bush.
Chris Matthews of MSNBC has congressional ambitions; Franken and Coleman may have to flip a coin.
A letter urges senators to take a ride in one of Detroit's best.
Two senators support an automaker bailout, and others have said they would be open to the measure.