Secretary of State John Kerry’s wife, philanthropist and heiress Teresa Heinz Kerry, was flown on Sunday to a top Boston hospital from the Massachusetts island of Nantucket with an unspecified medical condition.
Lawmakers and top officials took to the Sunday Shows to debate the situation in Egypt and the United States’ role moving forward as the unrest grows. Gen. Martin Dempsey, Joint Chiefs Chairman, focused on the importance of a “stable” Egypt.
The Treasury Department on Wednesday refused to confirm or deny the existence of an inspector general report investigating whether or not former White House economic adviser Austan Goolsbee illegally accessed tax information on the Koch brothers.
In a 1962 column, humorist Art Buchwald, dryly noting the growing importance of political polls, wondered “what would have happened…if there were political pollsters in the early days of this country?”
The Lone Ranger follows a formula that director Gore Verbinski, star Johnny Depp, and producer Jerry Bruckheimer perfected with the Pirates of the Caribbean series: one part humor, one part horror, one part slapstick, 10 parts over-the-top-CGI. Will serve 20 million adolescent males and however many dates they can drag along.
Beneath the July 4 ritual of barbecues, parades, and fireworks is an implicit assumption of a shared American identity.
Infamous crossing-dressing baller Dennis Rodman has his sights set on the Nobel Peace Prize. The 52-year-old former Chicago Bulls power forward speaks candidly in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated about his role as a peacemaker between the United States and North Korea.