For ... what?
That's money well spent.
The Fed might be getting bigger.
"He is not going to risk bipartisan support to make the White House happy."
But we're the ones who will probably end up paying it.
That little bundle of joy is going to cost you at least $221,000.
Fine by us! Just keep doing what you're doing, dude.
Sorry, but the pop star's $72 to $92 million settlement just isn't landmark.
Despite an anticipated conflict over the will between Ledger's family and Matilda's mother Michelle Williams, everything was resolved amicably this week.
Hizzoner orders $1.5 billion in reductions across the board over the next two years.
That's what the Los Angeles 'Times' is reporting. And $11.4 million of it is her own money.
The 'Times,' 'New Republic' and 'Atlantic' take on the three candidates and their relationships with the oldest kingmaker of all.
Jamie Johnson blogs about — wait for it! — rich people.