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Time for the longest award in sports
Since the NFL MVP always goes to a quarterback or running back, for a decade TMQ has conferred a Non-QB Non-RB MVP, the coveted "longest award in sports." This year for the first time, readers choose the winner! See the poll midway through the column. The Non-QB Non-RB MVP must be a player from one
President Obama Takes Press Through Visual Journey in Correspondents' Roast
Obama takes jabs at various news networks during opening round of jokes at White House Correspondent
Freaking Out: The Best of the Worst Responses to Obama's Win
Mitt Romney gave a brief and graceful concession speech Tuesday night after it became apparent that President Obama had won a second term in office. Romney’s campaign went a step further, livestreaming the president’s remarks from Chicago a little while later. But not all of...
A Cloudier Crystal Ball: The Wackiest 2012 Election Predictions
As Election Day approaches, candidates, campaign staffers, supporters and journalists are trying to foresee the future. Will Obama win the women's vote? Can Romney hold on to the edge he got in the first presidential debate? Some say they have the answers to these questions. But as with all fortune
Todd Purdum: This Is Paul Ryan's Convention
RNC 2012: Vanity Fair editor discusses party enthusiasm behind vice presidential nominee.
The Rush Limbaugh and the Mike Huckabee Shows
At the end of the inaugural episode of his eponymous radio show today, Mike Huckabee asked, "Is there a part of the public that wants to hear both sides of the story and hear intelligent thoughtful discussion?" Huckabee must be hoping so. The conservative commentator has added the job of daytime
Bill Clinton Struggled to Deal With Lewinsky Affair, Film Says
Bill Clinton struggled with whether to talk publicly about his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, as his aides were surprised, even dismayed, about his relationship with the 23-year-old. A new documentary focusing on Clinton’s life and presidency claims that he contacted pollster Dick
Presidential Vacations: Cheapest & Most Lavish
President Obama is catching flak for doing something tens of millions of Americans do every summer: going on vacation . His destination, the money he'll be spending, how long he'll be gone, the timing of his trip--all have come in for scrutiny. How does his Martha's Vineyard jaunt compare to the
Republicans Talk About Government Shut-Down Over Spending; White House Pounces on Promise of “Gridlock”
On Friday at the Faith and Freedom Conference and Strategy Briefing, a convention for conservative activists, Rep. Lynn Westmoreland, R-Ga., a vice chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, discussed how a Republican-controlled House of Representatives might lead to a...
Numbers Game: Is Health Care Reform Still Worth the (Lower) Costs?
Sixty senators get to be the 60th senator. Few of them really love -- or still, as of Thursday morning, really know -- what's being produced. Fewer still believe the numbers are realistic.