There's a wonderful scene from the first episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" between Mary and Lou Grant (Ed Asner), her short-tempered boss, teetering on the edge of rage.
Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell says she walked off Piers Morgan's CNN show because of what she described as his "very inappropriate, creepy line of questioning."
Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell said Thursday she has no hard feelings toward CNN's Piers Morgan after walking off his show, but has declined an invitation to return.
Now that Texas Gov. Rick Perry is running for president, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is taking over as head of the Republican Governors Association.
When the country mouse visited the city, his cousin introduced him to mass transit, the Met and falafel. This weekend, it's the city mouse's turn to get his world rocked.
She's not done yet. Former U.S. Senate hopeful Christine O'Donnell has penned a book titled "Troublemaker: Let's Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again." It will set the record straight, she says, "on who she is and where she comes from" and "voice the quiet anger" of voters frustrated with politics and political antics.
On Sept. 20, 2010, right after Tea Party favorite Christine O'Donnell became the GOP's U.S. senatorial nominee in Delaware, a political watchdog group filed two ethics complaints against her. Miss O'Donnell subsequently was dragged through the mud by the liberal
President Obama said Sunday he planned to nominate former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the new U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The Senate took the rare step of curbing its own power Wednesday, voting to no longer require Senate confirmation for 169 high-level federal jobs filled through presidential appointments.