Twitter is betting its debut will be very different from Facebook's after pricing its stock above the range at $26 a share but deciding not to boost the size of the highly anticipated IPO. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Joe: Bill was caught up in the moment, flirting and hob-nobbing down on the tarmac, and for a brief moment thought it was still "his" airplane and "his" Air Force One and "his" trip. I mean, he is certain he will be the First Gentleman, so one might overlook his tardiness. If Hillary is elected as soon as her presidency is over she will drop Bill like a bag of gorilla grunt. If she is not elected then Bill was playing "what if" for one of his last times.