Saturday night, a LeBron James-led team finally overcame Boston's vaunted history of Game 7 success. Now, Miami takes on a young, rested Thunder squad in the NBA Finals that begin Tuesday night in Oklahoma City.
John Bryson, US Secretary of Commerce, was involved in two auto accidents Saturday in Southern California, according to authorities. Bryson was taken to a local hospital for treatment and later released.
Federal firefighters will take over the fire fight west of Fort Collins, Colo., on Monday. New Mexico battles the largest wildfire in state history. Wildfires in Wyoming forced the evacuation of as many as 1,000 campers at Guernsey State Park.
Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin and Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana said Sunday that Mitt Romney needs to do more than fire rhetorical shots across Obama’s bow, urging Romney to be 'big and bold' with a plan to reform government.
President Obama's bad week included weak jobs numbers, the Wisconsin recall vote, less-than-helpful comments by Bill Clinton, and his own verbal gaffe. Obama has the edge in most polls, but there could be more bad weeks between now and the presidential election.
Sen. Ran Paul endorsed Mitt Romney for president this week, even though his father Ron Paul has not formally dropped out of the race. Publicly backing Romney at this point – though it’s left many libertarians steaming – could help him in the long run.
Sen. Marco Rubio won CPAC's straw poll vote to be Mitt Romney's running mate. Rubio denies wanting the job, but would bring two important things to the ticket: his Hispanic background and tea party support.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney bashed his way to victory in the Republican primaries with a ‘get tough’ message on illegal immigration. Romney is now seeking to build bridges to an uneasy Hispanic constituency.
It was easy to target Obama's statement Friday on the the private sector 'doing fine,' and his critics wasted little time doing so. But in the full context of his remarks, his point is easier to defend.