WASHINGTON, DC - Nov. 20: Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, with aides, boards the Senate subway after saying farewell to the Senate. The felony conviction that was Stevens' undoing was barely a footnote Thursday when his colleagues on both sides of the aisle bade an emotional farewell to the longest-serving Republican senator in U.S. history. A hush fell upon the crowded chamber when the 85-year-old Alaskan rose to address the Senate for a final time. "I have two homes: One is right here in...
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