U.S. Navy Admiral Gary Roughead lived in Libya as a child before Muammar Gaddafi seized power in 1969, and says the experience only underscored how difficult it can be to predict the region’s future.
Tales from the Trail
Here’s an example of quitting while you’re ahead.
Linda Douglass took on what some last year might have considered an unenviable task — pushing the message of President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform against a tide of criticism and a history of failure by past administrations.
from Summit Notebook:
Washington insiders say that not since the 1890's have the people that represent the U.S. been so divided. From Gay rights to Afghanistan lawmakers are at polar opposites on issues that are on the Obama administration's agenda. What's next? And, what's likely to get the green light or the stop sign?