In the latest issue of the New York Times Magazine, Adam Davidson profiles Ed Conard, Mitt Romney's former business partner and an unabashed defender of the one percent. It's not an easy position to defend. Take it from John D. Rockefeller, the richest American in history.
You may have read about the demise of the book. You know, the thing that has been around for more than a millennium — dead trees, covered in ink. A repository for the exchange of ideas, and stories — a place of sanctuary, solace and sometimes entertainment. Doomed.
Ryan Gamble has wires applied to his head in preparation for a polysomnographic recording system demonstration at Washington State University Spokane's Sleep and Performance Research Center Dec. 13, 2006 in Spokane, Washington.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigns with Sen. Kelly Ayotte on Monday in Portsmouth, N.H. A 43-year-old freshman senator, Ayotte is among those under consideration as a vice presidential running mate, according to a Romney adviser.
If history holds, Mitt Romney is still months away from announcing a vice presidential running mate on the Republican ticket. But he continues to make appearances with those who could be on the so-called short list.
Or in Romney's case, it may still be a rather long list.
On Monday, Romney campaigned with freshman Sen. Kelly Ayotte, the 43-year-old former state attorney general, in her home state of New Hampshire.
U.S. Air Force planes from four generations, including an F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, an F-15 Eagle, an F-4 Phantom and a P-51 Mustang fly in formatin while rehearsing a flyover of the new U.S. Air Force Memorial in preparation for the its dedication Oct. 13, 2006 in Arlington, Virginia.