The NHL's lawsuit against its players was assigned to a relatively new federal judge who is a longtime New York Yankees fan and a former federal prosecutor.
It’s an ill wind that blows nobody good, and that evil wind from the Middle East comes just when Barack Obama needs a distraction most. Just when the mainstream media finally discovers the deadly screw-up in Benghazi and can no longer avoid talking and writing about it, the Palestinians fire volleys of rockets reaching Tel Aviv.
The day before the vice presidential debate the guest list for moderator Martha Raddatz's 1991 wedding has become an issue, of sorts.
Whether you are a highly educated, experienced investor or a young professional eager to become the first homeowner in your family, a homeowner education class can be an invaluable resource.
Fifty years after Charles Xavier gathered his first class of mutants together as the X-Men, the telepath-turned-team-builder has been killed by one of them.
When I came to Washington with 86 other freshman Republicans, I had a clear mission: Cut spending, eliminate red tape and roll back the size and scope of the federal government. Putting government back into the constitutional box our Founding Fathers created is part and parcel of that mission.
Joseph P. Kennedy III, the first of his famous political family's latest generation to seek elective office, defeated two little-known Democrats in Thursday's primary in Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District.
It's been a long time since any Texas Democrat was relevant on the national stage — think then-state Treasurer Ann Richards in 1988 — but a couple of young and very ambitious brothers from San Antonio hope to change that next week at the party's national convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Settling in for a drink and interesting talk a few years ago — it would be the last session we had, unhappily — with Ed Seidensticker, the best of America's World War II Japan scholars, the conversation took a serious turn.