US Representative Michele Bachmann (R) of Minnesota addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington on Feb. 10. The prominent tea party politician announced, on June 13 during the second GOP presidential debate of the season, that she is indeed running for president.
Winter storm knocks out power for thousands in Ohio, closes schools in two states, and forces residents to dig out from under yet another winter storm.
Lydia Vasquez scrapes ice from the windshield of her automobile in Denver, Colo., on Jan. 31. A front moved through the state early Monday morning, bringing with it freezing rain, snow, and cold.
Ben Quayle, son of former Vice President Dan Quayle, released a tough-talking political ad Wednesday. We take you now in the way-back machine to 1992, when the elder Quayle led a spelling bee.
Tamara Schirrmacher dresses up as The Statue of Liberty as she holds chains that she says represent the national debt during a tax day Tea Party event in Pleasanton, Calif., April 15, 2009. Protests took place around the country to demonstrate against recent bailouts and excessive government spending.
A long overdue biography of one of the greatest baseball players of all time.
The 20-to-14 vote in a Democratically controlled state Senate shows the difficulty of legalizing gay marriage by legislation.
The debate in New Jersey is the first legislative fight over gay marriage in 2010 following a year in which both gay-rights groups and opponents saw victories. The state Senate is set to vote on the bill Thursday.
In Israel, popular weatherman Robert Olinsky – an American immigrant from New Jersey – had an accent that put him at odds with Hebrew purists.