At an Obama fundraiser this week, Vogue Editor Anna Wintour promoted a line of campaign gear by top designers. But in many ways it doesn't seem to square with the times.
Sunday is Father’s Day and we all know what that means. Or do we?Maybe a virtual trip to the NASCAR Father’s Day Gift Center (No, we’re not making this up. It exists on the Internet.) for racing socks or barbecue tools? Or, for the DIY crowd, perhaps an original piece of art based on Dad’s smiling face?But if you really want to know what’s in your dear Papa’s heart and soul, cozy up to our Father’s Day Quiz and get the real skinny on Father’s Day: what dads really want, why the day even exists, and why that LeBron James bobblehead doll may be talking to you, but not to your dad.
The $40,000-a-plate event chez Sarah Jessica Parker raised plenty of cash, but also raised eyebrows, feeding conservative criticism that the 'celebrity-in-chief' is out of touch with needs of struggling families.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, recall election behind him, says fight over collective bargaining was about money, not unions, and that 'right-to-work' legislation is something he is 'not going to do.'
Flag Day, June 14, commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the Stars and Stripes in 1777, and is celebrated by citizens across the nation. But it's not a full-blown federal holiday.
Reelection bids often play out as a referendum on the incumbent's first term. Romney is trying to make that the case. But Obama wants the focus to be on competing economic visions for the future.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, at a Monitor breakfast Thursday, also reflected on a lesson from his own bruising recall battle: Talk about the problem first, then fix it.