Washington (CNN) - Bounce or no bounce?
National polls conducted since President Barack Obama's announcement Sunday night that Osama bin Laden had been killed don't agree on whether the president's poll numbers spiked due to the death of the man behind the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Washington (CNN) - A Facebook movement to unseat potential Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump from the pace car for the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" has reached more than eleven thousand supporters over the last month.
The fabled Indianapolis 500 is scheduled to run at the "brickyard" on Sunday, May 29 and Trump is scheduled to pilot the pace car – a 400 horsepower V8 2011 Chevrolet Camaro – the Indianapolis Motor Speedway made the announcement on April 5.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama has made the decision not to release any of the photographs of "the deceased Osama bin Laden," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Wednesday.FULL STORY
Washington (CNN) - Two top senators involved in national security said Wednesday the photos of Osama bin Laden's corpse should be released, but they disagreed on when.
Sen. Carl Levin, D-Michigan, who chairs the Armed Services Committee - and who has not seen the photos - said the U.S. should wait to allow the emotions of those around the world who may be sympathetic to bin Laden to cool.
TOPICS: Is Osama bin Laden in Hell?
Washington (CNN) - Of all the newspaper headlines covering the death of Osama bin Laden, the most provocative may have been the New York Daily News.
Their "Rot in Hell" Monday headline, with a full front-page photo of bin Laden, was mentioned by the cable news networks and generated buzz on the on-line social networks.
Washington (CNN) - Need a personal injury lawyer? Email former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist.
The Republican, who lost his bid for Senate in 2010, has joined the Morgan & Morgan law firm and is now appearing in a TV advertisement for the firm.
Washington (CNN) - Donald Trump will make his first visit to South Carolina as a possible presidential candidate on May 19 to address a Tea Party gathering at the statehouse in Columbia.
Trump will be the keynote speaker at the Columbia Tea Party's bi-monthly meeting.
Washington (CNN) - Former President Jimmy Carter called former U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman an "attractive" candidate for president in 2012.
Although the one-term president said President Obama will be his choice in the next election, he said Huntsman, who formed a federal political action committee on Tuesday, is "very attractive to me personally." But he added that his "intention is to vote for the Democratic candidate."
Washington (CNN) - The man who chaired Mitt Romney's 2008 campaign in New Hampshire won't be helping the former Massachusetts governor when he mounts a second bid for the White House.