The Associated Press has won the political version of musical chairs, beating out Fox News, Bloomberg and National Public Radio to win the coveted front row, center seat of the White House briefing room left vacant by Helen Thomas' retirement in June, the White House Correspondents Association announced Sunday.
A bell tolled atop Boston's Faneuil Hall on Thursday as the body of Sen. Edward Kennedy passed through the streets, while mourners lined up outside his late brother's presidential library for a chance to say goodbye.
President Barack Obama, our newly inaugurated 44th president, showed the millions watching around the world and the freezing millions there in person on the Mall why he won the election -- and why so many believe he can lead us in these troubled times.
With Sen. John McCain touring Pennsylvania with his good friend and the state's popular former governor, Tom Ridge, the buzz is inevitably building about the Republican presidential candidate's choice for running mate.
On the eve of a crucial Supreme Court ruling on music piracy, a leading industry group claimed this week that the global black market for stolen music discs reached $4.6 billion last year -- or one in three CDs.
The following is a partial transcript of the debate between President Bush and Sen. John Kerry held Thursday night at the University of Miami. The topic of the debate is foreign affairs, and the moderator is Jim Lehrer of PBS:
Hours before daybreak today, mourners started lining up at the Botanical Gardens on Capitol Hill. They'll remain there all day -- swelling in number from hundreds to thousands, and eventually to hundreds of thousands -- as they wait to pay respects to Ronald Reagan, whose casket will lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda starting this evening.