Hilary Rosen apologizes for remark about Ann Romney

Most women simply don't have a choice of being a "working mom" or a "stay-at-home mom" — they're just busy trying to be a mom.

"Here's what I know: That there is no tougher job of being a mom. And when I think about what Michelle had to do, when I think about my own mom, a single mother raising me and my sister, that's work. So, anybody who would argue otherwise, I think,

FOX News. Top Democrat adviser Hilary Rosen defended her attack on Ann Romney today on CNN. Yesterday, Rosen claimed that Ann Romney “never worked a day in her life” because she chose to stay home and raise five

The only way that Mitt Romney will succeed in closing the wide gender gap between him and President Obama is if he stops pretending that it doesn't exist.

That would be the firestorm kicked off by Hilary Rosen, a managing director of the firm's DC office, who drew the opprobrium of national Republicans, and defensive admonishments from the White House, when she said that Mitt Romney's stay-at-home wife