Mitt Romney News
Once an unlikely candidate, Iowa's governor embraces new job
Gov. Kim Reynolds acknowledges growing more comfortable with her ascent to Iowa's job following her mentor's appointment as U.S. ambassador to China
Today in History
Today in History Today is Wednesday, May 24, the 144th day of 2017. There are 221 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 24, 1775, John Hancock was unanimously elected President of the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, succeeding Peyton Randolph. On this date: In 1844,
Celtics boss Danny Ainge's son to run for Congress in Utah
The son of Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge is running for Congress in a Utah special election to fill the seat of resigning U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz
Chaffetz resigns at career pinnacle after years in spotlight
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz climbed to power by stepping into the spotlight and taking on confrontations
With MLB pace of game, even talks go slowly
Even talks to speed the pace of Major League Baseball games are going slowly, but management retains the right to make changes for 2018 that include a pitch clock, limits on visits to the mound by catchers and raising the bottom of the strike zone
Manfred says Marlins' bidders relatively even in price
Commissioner Rob Manfred says 2 bidders for Marlins are relatively even in price offers
'Dr. Evil' convictions upheld in Romney election shakedown
A federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of a Tennessee man engaged in an extortion scheme where he claimed to have the tax returns of then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney and threatened to release them if he wasn't paid
President Trump to deliver commencement address at Liberty University
President Trump will deliver the commencement address at Liberty University today – his first such speech to graduating students since his election in November. Located in Lynchburg, Virginia, Liberty is a Christian university founded in 1971 by pastor and conservative activist Jerry Falwell.
All of President Trump's 'cookies': 'smart,' 'tough' and even 'dishonest'
For President Trump , cookies come in a variety of flavors -- "smart," "tough" and even "dishonest." And depending on what mood he's in, it may even be a combination, such as "warm, smart [and] tough." Much like the nicknames that George W. Bush was famous for during his presidency, Trump appears
Listening to America: Doylestown, Penn., voters on the nation's political climate
ABC News' Dan Harris hears from Americans on President Trump's first 100 days.