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Sen. Frank Lautenberg dies at 89

Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., - the last remaining WWII veteran to serve in the Senate - died from complications of viral pneumonia Monday at the age of 89.

Chris Christie eulogizes rival Frank Lautenberg

In life, Frank Lautenberg was a favorite antagonist of Chris Christie. But on Monday morning, after the Democratic senator's death was announced, the New Jersey governor set aside his prepared remarks at a women's forum in Trenton to eulogize his state's senior senator.

Lautenberg family backs Pallone over Booker

Booker entered the Senate race before Lautenberg announced that he wouldn't seek reelection -- a move the longtime senator made clear he didn't appreciate.

The Lautenberg fawners

(Susan Walsh / AP)

The over-the-top extolling of Sen. Frank Lautenberg tells us more about those doing the praising than it does about the diedhard lefty from New Jersey.

John Walsh just dropped out of Montana’s Senate race. Now what?

Everything you need to know about what happens now.

How Frank Lautenberg changed public health in America

Lautenberg, who passed away on Monday, was responsible for the smoking ban on airplanes, the minimum drinking age, and the current laws against drunk driving

Lautenberg left lasting mark on nation's environmental, public health laws

With the death of Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), environmentalists have lost one of their most effective congressional champions.