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Former Governor Deval Patrick Seems Uninterested in Being Clinton's VP
The list of potential running mates for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is slowly getting shorter. Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick , who left office just last year after serving for eight years, was rumored to be on that list. Patrick did not directly respond to the potential nod,
Former Michigan AD David Brandon named new CEO at Toys R Us
Former University of Michigan athletic director David Brandon was announced as the new chief executive officer of Toys R Us on Tuesday. Brandon, who resigned from the athletic director job in October after scrutiny over changing Michigan traditions, including student seating seniority, handling of
Burger King's Crowning Glory Achieved by Owner After Owner
Who's Been Sitting on Burger King's Throne? The Many Leaders of the Fast-Food Chain
Obama, Biden Go To College
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES OBAMA ON THE ROAD: This afternoon President Obama departs for Pittsburgh, Pa. where he will be joined by Vice President Joe Biden and spend the day highlighting two job skills training initiatives: A grant competition to encourage courses developed by
Romney Son Takes a Swipe at Harry Reid on Tax Day
Almost two years after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid repeated an unsubstantiated report that Mitt Romney did not pay taxes, one of the Romney sons fired back. Josh Romney tweeted a photo of his father standing in line at the post office to mail his...
In McAuliffe's Former Car Company, Echoes of Romney and Bain
Republicans Call on McAuliffe, GreenTech to Release Docs Tied to SEC Investigation
The State Of The Union Is… (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES STATE OF THE UNION OPTICS: When President Obama addresses a joint session of Congress tomorrow night to deliver his State of the Union address, numerous Democratic members will bring victims of gun violence as their guests, notes ABC’s John Parkinson.
'This Week' Web Extra: Stephanie Cutter
Obama 2012 Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter answers viewer questions.
'This Week' Web Extra: Stephanie Cutter Answers Viewer Questions
Stephanie Cutter, Obama 2012 deputy campaign manager, joined ABC News in a web exclusive before her appearance on the “This Week” roundtable on Sunday. She discussed working with the president, the 2012 campaign, and a few of her favorite things. Cutter looked back on her...