When the president sat for Norman Rockwell, the encounter resulted in a quintessentially American image Deborah Solomon November 10, 2013 1:00pm (UTC) Excerpted from “American Mirror” On July 2, 1964,
In the early 1980s veteran pollster Stan Greenberg, conducted a focus group in Macomb County, a Detroit suburb, of former Democrats who had switched allegiance to the Republican Ronald Reagan. After he
A waiter at a Boston-area restaurant witnessed an act of kindness on Tuesday night that's warmed hearts across the internet. "While waiting tables tonight, a mother and daughter started crying mid-meal.
Megyn Kelly had Sarah Palin on her new show on Thursday night, and the interview went about as you would expect it to go. Our favorite part came in the first couple of minutes. Kelly set Palin up nicely,
I have a confession to make. I am a serial TV addict -- I am addicted to watching the serials on my Netflix TV. I have a confession to make. I am a serial TV addict -- I am addicted to watching the serials
Welcome to "Moving Image," our roundup of the best photos from around the world this week. The following images tell the story of the past seven days' most compelling events, capturing happenstance moments
Holy carp! A British tourist may have just reeled in a world record. While vacationing in Thailand for his birthday, Keith Williams hooked a 134-pound carp, believed to be the biggest ever caught. "He
By Harriet Brown Not long before the death of her beloved mother-in-law, Harriet Brown had a vision that was both confounding and deeply comforting. Inspired by that revelation, she set out to explore
Google Glass, Google schmass. What you really want on your face are these puppies. ION Glasses are sunglass or prescription glasses frames with a built-in LED, Bluetooth stack, and tiny button controller.
The fight against Obamacare is cast by Republicans as fighting the authoritarian – and, in the words of some conservative commentators, “fascist” – views of the Obama Administration and what they label
When I was growing up, it was assumed that America’s shared prosperity was the natural endpoint of our economy’s development, that capitalism had produced the workers paradise to which Communism unsuccessfully