Celebrities, step aside. A presidential endorsement can be the most lucrative of all.
Despite the darkness in this video, the noise of everything breaking, terrified people screeching and children crying are sufficient to portray just how frightening and out of control the tornado that ripped through the Missouri …
“I was eating soufflé at Rise Restaurant with Laura and two buddies. I excused myself and went home to take the call.”
–GEORGE BUSH, former U.S. president, candidly explaining what he was doing when President Obama called him …
After the excitement of hearing that President Obama orchestrated the strike and kill against Osama bin Laden, it didn’t take long to put out an action figure of the Commander in Chief.
Finally some much welcomed good news out of a very nervous Memphis.
“I am somewhat sheepishly concerned that it was my preventing one of my early spring allergic coughs. So, it may have no great meaning whatsoever.”
–HILLARY CLINTON, Secretary of State, explaining her stunned appearance and …
Journalists and government officials aren’t the only ones keeping busy after Osama bin Laden’s death. Late-night hosts (and their writing staffs) are having a bin Laden field day, as evidenced by Tuesday night’s clips.
Presidents don’t normally visit places like Bridgeport, Wash., a rural town of 2,400 residents.
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Both sides of the aisle lauded Obama and U.S. troops for the victorious raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideaway.
Ever since Keith Urbahn, a former aide to Donald Rumsfeld, broke the news of bin Laden’s capture via Twitter, users across the world have offered their own reactions.
As the U.S. comes to grips with its victory over Osama bin Laden, pride and glory is splashed all over the nation’s front pages. See the best headlines.