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Senator Arlen Specter

(2006 file photo. Credit: Alex Wong/ Getty Images)

The Life And Times Of Senator Arlen Specter

A week ago today, Arlen Specter died at the age of 82. We take a special look back at the life and times of the senator.

10/21/2012

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Jewish Museum Remembers Arlen Specter

You don’t have to look hard in the National Museum of American Jewish History to find stories eerily like Specter’s.

10/16/2012

PITTSBURGH - SEPTEMBER 7: Vice President Joe Biden (R) speaks with with U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter (D-PA) at a Labor Day parade outside the Mellon Arena September 7, 2009 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Credit: Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)

Funeral For Senator Arlen Specter Today; Vice President Biden To Attend

Vice President Joe Biden is expected to attend Senator Arlen Specter’s funeral today.

10/16/2012

(2006 file photo. Credit: Alex Wong/ Getty Images)

Special Contributor Larry Kane Remembers Senator Specter

Former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, the outspoken Pennsylvania centrist whose switch from Republican to Democrat ended a 30-year career in which he played a pivotal role in several Supreme Court nominations, died Sunday.

10/14/2012

(KYW's Larry Kane)

Analysis: Arlen Specter On The Demise Of Government

The former Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter has taken aim at the people he calls the “Cannibal” – damaging American government.

03/25/2012

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Analysis: Senator Arlen Specter Discusses His Past And His Future

For Arlen Specter, it’s a time to reflect, plan a book and do some broadcasting.

01/23/2011

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Sen. Specter Ends 30-Year Career In U.S. Senate

Senator Arlen Specter’s closing remarks on the Senate floor brought a round of applause from his colleagues.

01/03/2011

<> on May 27, 2010 in Washington, DC.

Specter: A Democrat, And In Between, A Republican

As Arlen Specter leaves the Senate after 30 years of roll calls, debates, dealmaking and votes, the one-time corruption-busting Philadelphia prosecutor and “single-bullet theory” architect of the John F. Kennedy assassination says he wouldn’t change a thing about his political path.

01/02/2011