Congressmen who leave the Capitol to cash in for higher-paying jobs are a bit of a Washington cliché. So when Rep. Michael Michaud says he wants to leave office to become Maine's next governor—and take a $104,000 pay cut—he stands out.
Next week, Wayne State University junior Michael Stroud will set up his table for College Republicans, handing out literature, pens, stickers, and even bottle openers to passing students at his urban Detroit school.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Newly declassified documents offer more details of how the CIA executed the overthrow of Iran's democratically elected prime minister 60 years ago, describing the political frustrations that led the U.S. to take covert action against a Soviet ally — and echoing the current frustrations with Iran over its nuclear ambitions.
President Obama today finally honored the 1972 Miami Dolphins, four decades after their perfect season, welcoming “the only undefeated, untied team in NFL history to the White House for the very first time.” President Obama admitted at a White House ceremony that it’s “a little unorthodox” to...