As a former reporter himself, Jay Carney had thought everything that went on behind the scenes at the White House was political. It turns out he was wrong, he says.
Brett Favre, the legendary NFL quarterback and Mississippi native, is appearing in a US Chamber of Commerce ad to help Sen. Thad Cochran withstand the blitz by his tea-party-backed challenger.
The US district judge in Boston called the prosecution's argument 'obnoxious.' Lawyers for Dzokhar Tsarnaev, meanwhile, filed a motion asking to move the Marathon bombing trial out of Massachusetts.
The IRS is blaming a computer crash for losing two years' worth of e-mails for Lois Lerner and five other agency employees. Pundits have invoked the legacy of Rose Mary Woods.
In interviews Tuesday, Hillary Clinton seemed to draw distinctions between herself and the White House – on issues involving immigration and Iraq, for instance. This could be important for a presidential run.