Unlike Ambassador Rice, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has not come under fire for Benghazi – a reflection of strong relationships she built in the Senate, and the broad popularity she currently enjoys.
Polls show Gov. Chris Christie – who is seeking reelection – with sky-high approval ratings, thanks to his handling of hurricane Sandy. Whether that lasts long enough for a presidential bid remains to be seen.
Actress Reese Witherspoon is set to star as author Cheryl Strayed, and Strayed says writer Nick Hornby is on board to write the adaptation.
An Acer exec has compared hardware manufacturing to a tough meal – and speculated that Microsoft may find it difficult to chew.
Chevy Chase rant: The actor went off on set of "Community" about the racist comments of his character on the TV show. In his rant, Chevy Chase reportedly asked if his character would say the "N-word" next.
Comedian Jon Stewart and TV host Bill O’Reilly delivered a pretty good clash of ideologies, spiced up with humor and leavened by the fact that the two men appear to be friends.
Libyan leader Megarif apologizes to the world and the US for past and current actions. With so much invective and violence in the Middle East, the region needs the healing power of such humility and contrition.
Doing a spell-check on a pop singer's name, the Monitor's language columnist is reminded how writers can get words, as well as music, 'stuck' in their ears.