A Bush-era stalwart is about to re-emerge after a four-year absence, wielding a hefty book, and with news of Elvis. Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's 832-page memoir, "Known and Unknown," is due on bookshelves Feb. 8.
A Florida judge has rejected a lawsuit by Donald Trump that claims noise from a nearby airport is hurting his oceanfront Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach.
Sentinel, the FBI's multimillion-dollar program to computerize investigative information and replace the bureau's paper-based system for record keeping, is two years behind schedule and $100 million over budget, a report said Wednesday.
The title and release date of Donald Rumsfeld's memoir are now known, or, as he might say, are now known knowns. The book is called "Known and Unknown," and it's coming in January.
The title and release date of Donald Rumsfeld's memoir are now known, or, as he might say, are now known knowns.
Darrell Dorgan lost count of the number of mounted deer heads he's been offered for the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame when that number reached 45 a few years ago.
"I know liberals call you 'the most dangerous man in America,' " Ronald Reagan wrote in a letter to Rush Limbaugh in 1992, "but don't worry about it, they used to say the same thing about me."
What this deft little book kind of reminds me of is the old PBS series "Connections" (since revived, I understand, without my having noticed). In "Connections," the historian of science James Burke highlights a technological development that gave us the modern world.