Reports are surfacing that ailing Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy will appear at the Democratic convention in conjunction with a tribute in his honor that is scheduled for Monday night.
The 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing are now over. After more than two weeks of competition, what memories will stay with you? Will it be eight gold medals for Michael Phelps? The emotional roller coaster of the men’s volleyball team? Twin gold medals for Team USA in basketball? Or something else entirely? Share your favorite Olympic memories with us!
Republicans did not succeed in getting Democrats to reconvene Congress for a vote on offshore oil drilling, but did they set the stage for victory when members come back next month? Check out Greg’s interview with Georgia Rep. Tom Price, a leader for the GOP on this issue.
Team USA crushed defending gold medalists Argentina in Olympic semifinal basketball on Friday. Will a gold medal be a moment to celebrate or a moment to reconsider professional athletes participating in the games?
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke says a stronger dollar and lower commodity prices are good news in his effort to keep inflation in check.
Just when we thought we knew the final group of four or five names being considered for Barack Obama’s running mate, here comes Texas Rep. Chet Edwards. Why is his name emerging at the last moment? What is his political record? Is Obama just toying with the media at this point? And would Obama be taking a huge risk with a virtually unknown running mate?
Barack Obama has selected a running mate. He won’t say who it is, but who should it be? Who would help him most? Who would help him least?
Republicans and Democrats alike are concerned that John McCain may select former Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Lieberman. Are you? Would Lieberman be a brilliant choice or a complete bust for the McCain campaign?
John McCain is pro-life but is strongly considering a pro-choice running mate. Is that a recipe for disaster in his own party or a way to gain crossover appeal?