Sen. Edward Kennedy had his share of verbal gaffes – some of them costly – but he will also be remembered as an impassioned orator.
The Libyan leader's plan to attend the UN Assembly next month could be overshadowed by anger over his role in welcoming home the Lockerbie bomber last week.
Industry analysts marveled at the scope of the operation — which Gonzalez allegedly dubbed “Get Rich or Die Tryin’.” One compared it to a hackers’ version of the 1980s gangster movie “Scarface.”
Prisoners' rights are well developed and compassionate release more common in Britain than in America, say experts.
Accomplices to the crimes are believed to be on the loose in Russia or other countries where U.S. authorities are less likely to get them.
It might be time for him to come out with his own legislation, some say. Another suggestion: Wait until next year.
The most fertile ground for Republicans is the growing ranks of independents. And efforts to rebrand the party from the inside are prompting a stir within a new generation of young politicians.
Reform advocates are adapting to conservatives' tactics and aim to flood audiences to give Democrats cover from attacks.
Foodies and gardeners swoon over the old-fashioned varieties, but sometimes they can be mealy and bland.