Both of Vice President Dick Cheney's daughters are active in the Bush-Cheney re-election campaign. Liz Cheney spoke Thursday with CNN anchor Judy Woodruff about the gender gap, Iraq and same-sex marriage. The following is an edited transcript.
The daughters of some leading politicians -- including some Democratic presidential hopefuls -- may not agree on who belongs in the White House, but they agree that not enough young women are engaged in the political process.
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney began a day of sightseeing in Rome Sunday with a 15-minute walk to Borghese Palace, a 17th century museum built to house the art collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese -- a nephew of Pope Paul V.