New Jersey’s Christie, more popular than ever, seeks re-election


Handout photo of Governor Chris Christie voting in MendhamNEW YORK (Reuters) – New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican star who has enjoying record-high popularity for his hands-on approach to Superstorm Sandy, on Monday filed papers announcing his intention to seek a second term next November. Christie, a popular surrogate on Republican Mitt Romney's failed presidential campaign, delivered the keynote address at the Republican National Convention this summer and is considered a popular choice to run for president in 2016. …

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An actor in one of the biggest comedies on US television, Two and a Half Men, describes the show as "filth" and urges viewers not to watch it.