A new CBS News/New York Times poll focuses primarily on President Obama's job rating, Congressional approval and familiarity with the tea party, but also asks respondents for their preferences on the size and scope of government.
Though most of the coverage of today's Alaska plane crash is focused on former Sen. Ted Stevens (R-Alaska), many in Washington and the corporate and academic worlds are familiar with Sean O'Keefe (no relation to Ed).
If you're not planning tonight to watch the Major League Baseball All-Star Game or Kathy Griffin's lobbying efforts, consider "Covert Affairs," a new TV drama that younger, underpaid, overworked, super-overstressed government workers might appreciate.
President Obama on Wednesday ordered all American flags to fly at half mast until the evening of Sen. Robert Byrd's burial, scheduled for next week.
Aretha Franklin and Condoleezza Rice will share a stage next month in Philadelphia at a benefit concert for inner city children.
Your Browser DoesNot Support IFrames. We're very glad to hear that Gen. David Petraeus is feeling better after falling ill this morning (see above) during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing. But the episode got us thinking about other political...