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Sen. Chuck Schumer (Andy Kropa/Getty Images)

It’s a new Chuck Schumer on Capitol Hill: The partisan warrior is now eager to work with Republicans. But his sharp-elbowed, media-hungry instincts still prevail. Jason Horowitz reveals how the New York senator recently managed to tick off two different colleagues in two different ways by speaking out of line in a single “Meet the Press” appearance.

Tina Fey (Ali Goldstein/NBC)

With the end of “30 Rock,” critic Hank Stuever hopes Tina Fey, “unofficial spokeswoman for a niche demographic,” finds a new forum more worthy of her voice than yet another rom-com — and “I don’t mean a talk show.”

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