Though she's not running for president, Fox News founder Roger Ailes still drew gleeful reactions from liberal journalists for explaining his decision to hire Sarah Palin as a contributor because, "She was hot and got good ratings."
The long march toward universal freedom and equality that has become the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. made another historic stop in Washington, D.C., where a memorial to the civil rights leader on the Mall this week began receiving visitors from around the nation.
As it rolls forth down the asphalt Monday, President Obama's three-day bus tour of the Midwestern heartland already has earned a nickname. It's "Greyhound One" according to observant wags at Lucianne.com and elsewhere in the conservative blogosphere.
What better way to conclude your night than with a visit with Abe Lincoln? That's how pop-country star Taylor Swift ended her first evening in the District.
Guess Donald Trump deserves a last laugh of sorts. The birther thing is not quite over yet.
President Obama on Saturday visited the Lincoln Memorial to celebrate an averted government shutdown, and congratulated congressional leaders for striking a deal, saying cooperation between Democrats and Republicans is a model for tackling the next looming fights.
When the National Park Service established a "reserve" around the Mall, closing the area to new monuments, two final memorials had secured space and were waiting to be built: a monument honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and a memorial to black soldiers and sailors who fought in the Revolutionary War.
Thousands of motorcyclists with the Rolling Thunder motorcycle group, including war veterans, rumbled into the District yesterday to deliver a request for President Bush to help missing service members and those struggling after returning from Afghanistan and Iraq.
An estimated 300,000 motorcyclists, led by members of Rolling Thunder, the motorcycle-riding veterans advocacy group, converged on the District yesterday to pay tribute to fallen comrades and call on the nation's leaders to find those soldiers still missing or unaccounted for.