A holiday hoops outing with friends and family on Friday turned a bit rough for President Obama, who ended the game with a visit to the White House Medical Unit for a dozen stitches in his lip.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin responds to criticism surrounding a recent gaffe where she said the United States must "stand with our North Korean allies."
Republican Norm Coleman has a message for fellow Republican and Alaska Senate candidate Joe Miller: It's "time to move on."
In an interview with Larry King set to air on Monday, former first lady Barbara Bush said she hopes former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin chooses to stay in Alaska.
Among the stories former President George W. Bush shared in his new book, "Decision Points," is how he came to hold strong pro-life views. One major influence, Bush said, was an event that occurred during his teens when his mother, Barbara, suffered a miscarriage.
Calling the recommendation by the House ethics committee for his censure "one of the most difficult days of my life since I was left for dead in North Korea," Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.) issued an apology Monday to his supporters for the ethical breaches that have led to his problems.
In an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity airing Monday night, Sarah Palin said she wouldn't bother to talk to Katie Couric again. "I would look forward to being more open than I already am," she said when asked about another sitdown with the CBS anchor. "As for doing an interview, though, with a reporter who already has such a bias against whatever it is that I would come out and say? Why waste my time? No.
Former vice president Al Gore said Monday that he regrets supporting first generation corn-based ethanol subsidies during his time in the Senate.
The Portland (Maine) Press-Herald reports that both of Maine's senators -- Republicans Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins -- are signing on to a friend-of-the-court brief in support of a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the new health-care law.
First Lady Michelle Obama has named Kristina Schake as her new communications director, filling a position that had been vacant since August.
Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole acknowledged that new TSA screening procedures are "invasive" and uncomfortable, but he denied that the agency is considering changing its policy. "No," Pistole said. "Not going to change."