Solar companies kill two economic birds with one stone: creating jobs and reducing dependency on oil.
Chris Kelly was the one-time privacy czar at Facebook. Now he’s running for attorney general in California. Will the social network’s snafus snare his political hopes?
One state has stepped in to ‘buck buck buck’ a recent trend surrounding the pecking order in its Senate campaign.
South Carolinian politics, not normally the most transfixing of subjects, took a turn for the weird as a blogger admitted today to allegedly having a long-ago affair with the gubernatorial front-runner.
“At times when I have sought to honor veterans, I have not been as clear or precise as I should have been about my service in the Marine Corps Reserves,”
— RICHARD BLUMENTHAL, Connecticut U.S. Senate candidate, apologizing on …
“When does my honeymoon period start? I had a big victory.”
— RAND PAUL, Republican Senate nominee from Kentucky, saying on “Good Morning America” Friday that he’s been unfairly criticized since winning the primary …
He’s in the news for being on the tail of cash-for-gold firms and Glenn Beck. What’s one part of the 45-year-old representative’s flare for political action? You guessed it — Weiner’s from Brooklyn.
Last month, TIME broke down seven keys to financial reform. Exterminating small critters did not make the cut.
After 16 months on the job, the AP reports that National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair is resigning. How did he rise to that post?
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the White House State Dinners again, and this happens.
Forget fast-forwarding through the commercials. New York Congressman Anthony Weiner clearly watches his news broadcasts live, because he’s seen some ads that have really ticked him off.
Wonder if Mexican President Felipe Calderon knows the words to “Single Ladies”?