Lloyd Grove

The Mayor vs. the Judge

In a fight over the NYPD's "stop and frisk" tactics, Bloomberg takes on the referee in what she calls a "below-the-belt attack."

Good Jill, Bad Jill

Newsweek profiled Jill Abramson, who was fired yesterday as executive editor of The New York Times, in a July 2013 cover story

Chris Chocola

A conservative 'macher' scarier than the fiscal cliff.

Wins & Fails

Millions of miles. Billions of dollars. At last, campaign 2012 is over. A look back at the careers made and broken by an epic journey.

Dan Rather's White Whale

The man once called 'the face of CBS News' is still battling his old network. Lloyd Grove on the anchorman's autobiography.

Newt's Days of Rage

He's been buried by an avalanche of attack ads, and outspent 5-1 but that's when Gingrich is most dangerous.

Sen. Kelly Ayotte Speaks Out

The conservative junior senator from New Hampshire, dubbed the "Granite Grizzly" by Sarah Palin, explains why her two young children are more mature than her grown-up colleagues.

Interview: Bob Schieffer

At 74, the new king of the Sunday shows calls himself an 'old man.' Here's what keeps him in the hunt.

Alan Grayson Strikes Back

The liberal firebrand ex-congressman from Disney World, is running for a new House seat representing Orlando.

Mad As Bill

Wall Street is occupied. Bipartisan rage is flying. And HBO's Bill Maher says, What took you so long?

Chris Matthews

The 'Hardball' host talks about his new JFK book, why Hillary Clinton makes him giggle, and Nixon made him cry.

Carlos Slim

The Mexican telecom tycoon, says what's wrong with the economy.

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin reveals why he loves his girlfriend but hates one barista.

Rupert's Red Menace

The rise and fall of Rebekah Brooks, the woman at the heart of the scandal that has rocked a media empire.

'Fat Redneck' for President

Iowa likes Haley Barbour, who's set to announce his 2012 plans. In the huge GOP field, don't bet against him.