Since joining United Press International in 1943, recently retired reporter Helen Thomas has had a front row seat to the American presidency. Here are pictures of her interactions with several different commanders-in-chief.
The longtime White House correspondent’s controversial Israel-related comments appear to be leading to a career change.
In a matter of months, Jim Greer has gone from party chairman to purported criminal.
“What is still missing is a solution to the underlying cause of the BP disaster — our addiction to dirty, dangerous oil.”
— CARTER ROBERTS, President of the World Wildlife Fund, on the need for changes in U.S. energy policy. …
One state has stepped in to ‘buck buck buck’ a recent trend surrounding the pecking order in its Senate campaign.
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?
“My intention has always been to be completely clear and accurate and straightforward, out of respect to the veterans who served in Vietnam.”
–Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Attorney General and candidate for U.S. …
Campaign finance reform has its couples edition.
In the eyes of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, the media is obsessed with his personal life. As for his ex-wife? Not so much.