The Secret Service has already gone over the rocky desert trail with sharp eyes and a fine-toothed comb, making way for former President George W. Bush, 24 wounded warriors and a slew of mountain bikes - all arriving Thursday in Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, Texas.
Sen. Marco Rubio must be weary of the phrase "I'm not going to be vice president." He's said it enough. The affable Florida Republican has spent months dissuading fans, voters and rabid journalists from speculating on the possibilities. Now Mr. Rubio is down to this stark seven-word phrase to get his point across.
Who best to guide Britain to glory after years of disappointment in Europe's leading pop music competition?
Rupert Murdoch's News International has succeeded in settling a first wave of phone hacking lawsuits, but a report that the British newspaper company ordered the deletion of legally sensitive emails in 2009 shows that the scandal isn't dying down anytime soon.
When it comes to religion, British politicians tend to heed the famous advice of Tony Blair's spin doctor, Alastair Campbell - "We don't do God."
There are limousine liberals, and now limousine Occupiers.
Hundreds of mourners gathered Wednesday for the funeral of TV host Jimmy Savile, a British cultural icon whose distinctive style weathered changing fashions and entertainment eras.
As a complex week full of discord looms, consider "President Reagan's Favorite Macaroni and Cheese," a recipe shared by "Mrs. Ronald Reagan, Washington, D.C., Wife of the President" in a spiral-bound community cookbook published by the American Cancer Society's Northern Virginia division in 1983.
By day, London may look the same _ downbeat commuters, snarled traffic, headaches galore. But after dark the city will be sparkling on Friday as London Fashion Week spawns dozens of catwalk shows, parties, and ever-more-exclusive after-parties.