Hmmmm. For those paying attention -- and there are plenty -- that Big Apple-bound pronoun was definitely an "I," not a "we." The White House left CBS spokesman Kevin Tedesco to brush off the choice as a meaningless slip, but TIME White House correspondent Jay Branegan isn't brushing anything off. "I, we, I, we . . . like they tell you in grade school, never assume," he says. "It just shows you where we are these days -- watching Hillary is more like Kremlinology 102." And where is the First Family these days? Off to the super-private White Oak Plantation in Yulee, Florida, says Branegan, with Chelsea in tow. "This is certainly a good time to have a family pow wow," he says.
Was it a hint or a slip of the tongue? In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes II," Hillary Clinton fed another juicy line into the media parsing machine intent on gauging her intentions about running for one of New York's U.S. Senate seats. In answer to a softball about which New York baseball team she favors, the First Lady uttered the following: "The politic answer, since I do plan to live in New York no matter what I end up doing, is I'll root for both," she said in the May 20 interview, which will air Wednesday night.