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Dan Quayle on Donald Trump: ‘I'm Going to Support the Nominee’
Former Vice President Dan Quayle is backing fellow Republican Donald Trump for president and believes that Trump could beat Hillary Clinton in November and put Republicans back in the White House. “I'm going to support the nominee,” Quayle said in an interview on the “Today Show” this morning. “And
Jeb Bush Responds to Dad's Candid Comments
The Republican presidential candidate is playing defense in response to statements made in a new biography about his father, former President George H.W. Bush.
Step in wrong direction for Ivanovic
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Former Vice President of the United States Dan Quayle once said if we don't succeed, we run the risk of failure. First, thank you for that. Second, it's possible he was talking about Ana Ivanovic . Because for years, she was bottoming out in major events. She had become,
Honor Roll: Week 8
Each week we'll pull out some interesting facts from our Fantasy Football games. Here are some of the top stories from FFL, Pigskin Pick'em, Gridiron Weekly, Eliminator Challenge and Gridiron Challenge. FFL Season Statistics One Point Losses in Week 8 1,711 Undefeated Teams Remaining 1,294 Winless
'MITT' Documentary Delivered by Netflix
Greg Whiteley's documentary film follows Mitt Romney during his quest for the presidency.
Miss Utah's Gaffe Goes Viral
Why do hecklers pounce on moments of weakness and thrive in our hater nation?
Nightline 06/17: India's Child Miners: Growing Up, Underground
India's Child Miners, Miss Utah's Gaffe Goes Viral, Pope Francis Blesses Harleys
Hip-Hop in Politics: What a Difference a Generation Makes
In the 1990s Washington was polarized on many of the same issues as today: taxes, the economy, gun control. But there was one cultural idea that seemed to have bipartisan support: that rap music was a symptom of the destruction of American values. In 1992, Republican Vice President Dan Quayle
Inauguration 2013: President Obama, Vice President Biden Swearing In Ceremonies
While an estimated 800,000 people are expected to gather in Washington D.C. Monday to watch President Obama be sworn in for a second term, his second term officially begins Sunday. He will take his oath...