Former Massachusetts First Lady Ann Romney, global ambassador for Boston’s Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, will deliver a keynote address at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization’s (BIO) International Convention in San Diego. Show More Summary
Ann Romney told Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga that her husband “could have been very helpful” in the Republican efforts to reform health care. She also said that they have reached out to House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., since the bill was pulled.
Ann Romney, wife of former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has spoken out against President Trump's proposed funding cuts to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Read more | Comments
Ann Romney is married to American businessman, 70th Governor of Massachusetts, and presidential contender Mitt Romney. In 1998, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. For three years, the mother of five struggled to cope emotionally with the diagnosis while the disease physically exhausted her. Show More Summary
(Brigham and Women's Hospital) A new study led by investigators in the Ann Romney Center for Neurological Diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital finds that mutations in the gene for glucocerebrosidase (GBA), known to be a risk factor for PD, also have a powerful influence on the development of cognitive decline.
Mitt Romney has cast his vote for president, but has remained silent on whom he voted for. Election officials in Salt Lake County, Utah, processed the absentee ballots of Mitt and Ann Romney on Monday, according to The Salt Lake Tribune. Romney, the GOP nominee for president in 2012, is perhaps the most prominent of the "Never Trump" Republicans. Show More Summary
He does have a sense of humor. Romney dressed up as his alter ego for Halloween — a mass-produced version of himself. “Dressed as our alter egos,” Ann Romney posted on Facebook. Ann Romney wore a pink wig, beanie and fake tattoo sleeve, as seen in a thousand millennial thinkpieces, while family children dressed as [...]
ABC's The View welcomed Chelsea Clinton to the set on Friday. It was nothing like the hardballs Ann Romney and her sons endured four years ago. It was nothing like John McCain being asked by Whoopi Goldberg eight years ago "Do I have to be worried about becoming a slave again?" It was like a gushing tea with a princess. Show More Summary
The Olympics are a traveling grift that seem to get worse every time they’re held. I’m glad we made a stink in Boston and forced Boston2024 to drop its bid, even if it sank my chances of seeing Ann Romney’s horse prance around in my neighborhood. I’m more ambivalent towards sports doping. Show More Summary
CHOOSE THE FORM OF YOUR DESTRUCTOR. Flashback to May of 2012: Newsweek Columnist Michelle Goldberg Likens “Insufferable” Ann Romney To Hitler, Stalin. From most accounts, the Romneys are remarkably decent, civil-minded centrist Republicans. But between the above attack on Ann Romney and the smears that Mitt gave an employee cancer(!), the DNC-MSM worked all out […]
Evangelical Christian voters need to take a moment and repent of the way we treated Mitt and Ann Romney in 2012, before we can view 2016 clearly.
Ann Romney actually said this to Sean Hannity last September, not last night. I think the Romney’s have reevaluated their opinion of Trump since then and it’s not for the
We interrupt our regularly scheduled program of making jokes to ask this Very Serious Journalistic question: What the hell is this? One of those boys is the Trump kind, and one of them is the Romney kind, and do we even care which one is which? Pfft, as if. Show More Summary
In her new book In This Together: My Story, the former First Lady of Massachusetts, Ann Romney, describes receiving in her mid-40s a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS). She offers vignettes of a “life upended”: her abandonment of therapeutic swimming because it made her hair “look bad” and the need to revise plans for her […]
Ann Romney shares funny tips on how to be a hip grandma.
The who's-the-coolest-grandma gauntlet may have just been thrown down. Ann Romney, wife of 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney, lets her hair down in a 90-second video for the Independent Journal Review in which she offers her "freakin' awesome"...Show More Summary
Keeping it real.
In the latest installment of "What Can IJ Review Get People To Do On Camera?", Ann Romney talks about being a "freaking awesome" grandma in some kind of interesting ways.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney didn't drop out of the 2016 presidential race to get out of Jeb Bush's way, Ann Romney said in an interview scheduled to air Friday on Sirius XM. Romney said she and her husband were simply following...Show More Summary