President Obama was overheard telling a UN official that he hadn't had a cigarette in six years, because he was 'scared' of his wife. Michelle says: 'He didn't want to look his girls in the eye.'
Bill Clinton didn't 'blink twice,' as David Letterman suggested, to signal that Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for president in 2016. But there's a whole lot of networking going on.
Baby Veronica case: The Oklahoma Supreme Court returned the custody of "Baby Veronica," back to her adoptive, non-Native American parents. The trial raised questions of tribal sovereignty versus federal law when the child's biological father, a Cherokee, tried to regain custody of his daughter from her adoptive parents.
The lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday asked a federal judge for more time to prepare a case against the death penalty.
Sarah Palin says the GOP establishment is running scared from the idea that it could be blamed for a government shutdown. 'Woman up' and do the right thing, she said in an opinion article.
Critics say new Obama administration rules to regulate power plants' greenhouse gas emissions will have 'devastating impacts' on the coal industry. But EPA chief Gina McCarthy disagrees.
Ted Cruz is in a bind: After goading House Republicans to risk a government shutdown over Obamacare, he now says Senate Republicans must first vote down the defunding measure they support and send it back to the House.