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Latest Ronald Reagan Items
On what would have been his 80th birthday, Ray Charles has joined the likes of past presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan with his own namesake library in Southern California.
For a few glorious moments, the "Pledge to America" soared unsullied in the sunshine before plummeting to earth, to be pawed at and snarled over by predators from several camps.
Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart: Are they he-man enough to face the nation's ultimate gatekeeper?
With little left to say that hasn't been said about this fall's elections, let's look ahead to the contest everyone will be talking about in six weeks: the 2012 presidential contest.
Christine O'Donnell's eagerness to go on television is coming back to haunt her campaign for U.S. Senate.
After helping propel several upstart Republican contenders to recent primary victories, Sarah Palin said Friday in Des Moines that it's time for Republicans to unite now that primary season is over.
Did my ears deceive me? Did I hear House Minority Leader John Boehner say on CBS' "Face the Nation" Sunday: "If the only option I have is to vote for those at 250 or below, of course I'm going to do that." He was referring to voting for extending the Bush tax cuts to those making less than $250,000 a year. And he was referring to the issue when there is a building momentum to keep the tax cuts for everyone in an era of fragile economic growth and 9.6 percent unemployment. Even some Democrats are willing to keep the tax cuts, but Mr. Boehner just made it difficult for them.
Whatever the fate of the slate of "tea party" candidates running in November, conservatives say this year's primary season already has changed the Republican Party for the better.
Recently announced plans to produce a $30 million feature film about Ronald Reagan's life ("Reagan") have caused quite a stir in the press. The media has been speculating about who should play Reagan. Should it be Ben Affleck, Zac Efron, Tom Hanks, James Franco, Jon Hamm, Hugh Laurie, Chris Pine or Joaquin Phoenix?