In the news: Hugo Chavez, ex-Congressman Bob Ney, Pope Bendict XVI, the Dow, and the most powerful office you’ve never heard of
In the news: North Korea threatens to cancel the Korean War cease-fire, Sen. Menendez was framed, Syrian refugees approach 1 million, and John Boehner, “Master Negotiator.”
In the news: Romney on loss, the Senate gym, the possibility of Senator Ashley Judd, and Secretary of State John Kerry announces $250 million in aid to Egypt
In the news: Obama and congressional leaders meet, Justice Scalia opines on the Voting Rights Act, the fading gun control movement, and the future of Italy and the Euro.
In the news: Woodward “threatened” by White House, Obama’s sequester bluff, red states, Voting Rights Act, Arne Duncan’s pinocchio.
In the news: Wal-Mart in trouble, Robin Kelly wins Dem. primary, Gov. Christie approves Medicaid under Obamacare, and Fed Chairman Bernake gives Congress a lesson in austerity economics.
In the news today: “shy” NRA chief Wayne LaPierre, immigration reform talks, Italy’s meltdown, gun control breakdown, and dozens of Republicans tell Supreme Court gay people have a constitutional right to marry.
In the news: Ted Cruz, sequester, Kerry’s first official trip, golden parachutes.
In the news: the unconstitutional filibuster, mass shootings, Krauthammer’s triple fence, sequester, Chelsea Clinton, Steve Brill.
In the news: GOP’s support dwindles, Menendez’s approval rating plummets, Karl Rove, drones v. journalists, and CIA sex.
In the news: Koch bros, VA governor race, Heinz ketchup, digital medical records, and Star Wars.
In the news: Obama bullies the press, Reagonomics gets a facelift, Simpson-Bowles Round II, and Dave Chappelle, political visionary.
Happy Presidents’ Day! Here are today’s top stories.