Pope Benedict XVI was greeted like a rock star in New York, where he directed his attention beyond the challenges faced by the Roman Catholic Church.
John McCain tries to paint himself as some sort of maverick bi-partisan man of experience.
I will not vote for Hillary Clinton under any circumstance.
In a scathing analysis, a former senior Pentagon official has called the war in Iraq “a major debacle” that created an incubator for terrorism and emboldened Iran.
“Measured in blood and treasure, the war in Iraq has achieved the status of a major war and a major debacle,” Joseph Collins wrote in “Choosing War: The Decision to Invade Iraq and its Aftermath.”
Third-party candidates may find themselves out in the cold as they try to court young voters this year.
Just ask 21-year-old Ross Colebrook. The American University junior from Nampa, Idaho, is backing Sen. Barack Obama in the primary race but would support Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton if she were the Democratic nominee before he’d consider voting for a third party.
Mr. Hartmann wrote the 1974 address in which Gerald R. Ford, assuming the presidency after the resignation of Richard M. Nixon, told the nation, “My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over.”