Chris Christie will answer questions Thursday morning about the bridge-closure scandal and aides' apparent abuse of power. Here are three the New Jersey governor and potential GOP presidential candidate is likely to hear for some time to come.
E-mails indicate top aides to Chris Christie conspired to create traffic jams as political punishment. But the 'outraged' governor denied knowing of the scheme, vowing 'people will be held responsible.'
Early leaks of former Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ highly anticipated memoir have yielded a slew of insider tidbits about the personalities and behind-the-scenes struggles of Presidents Bush and Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and other top officials as they fought wars on two fronts.Here are his top five revelations.
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman's act is wearing thin even for those trying to see the potential positives in his sports diplomacy overture in North Korea.
Liz Cheney's campaign for a US Senate seat may have stalled even before she withdrew from the race. But her fundraising certainly had not. Her campaign netted $1 million in the third quarter of 2013.