It's getting hard to keep up with all of the news from Washington - witch hunts, conspiracy theories and Republicans tearing each other apart over who is ideologically pure and who is apostate. It's a real set of carnival sideshows.
The United States lost the nuclear-powered submarine Thresher 100 miles east of Cape Cod in 1963, and the submarine Scorpion sank in 1968 in more than 10,000 feet of water 400 miles southwest of the Azores.
Ultimately, presidential campaigns are - or at least should be - about the candidates, not their spouses or surrogates.
The Apple IIc, with its 128KB of RAM, 125KB floppy drive, word processor, and spreadsheet application, did everything I could imagine a computer doing at the time.
The columnists have a very personal relationship with their readers, and the readers deserve to hear directly from the columnists.
Bill Clinton, who packs his own star power, has been a big draw as well as a big drag on his wife's campaign.