07.08.2012 [Patch.com] - ... U.S. Presidents from 1901-1909, was nominated for the presidency by the Progressive Party, also known as the Bull Moose Party, which was unhappy about the renomination of WilliamHoward Taft, a Republican, who was seeking his second term in office.
13.08.2012 [Politico] - #2: Ulysses S. Grant, #3 Rutherford B. Hayes #4 James A. Garfield, #5 Chester A. Arthur #6 Benjamin Harrison #7 William McKinley #8 Theodore Roosevelt, #9 WilliamHoward Taft, #10 Warren G. Harding #11 Calvin Coolidge #12. Herbert Hoover #13
04.08.2012 [Reading Eagle] - They were in 1912, when their candidate, former Republican President Theodore Roosevelt, finished second to Democrat Woodrow Wilson in both popular vote (4.1 million vs. 6.3 million) and electoral vote (88 vs. 435). Incumbent Republican WilliamHoward
16.08.2012 [Newcastle Herald] - Warren WilliamHoward, 68, was charged with 14 offences including possessing unregistered pistols and not keeping firearms safely. He did not enter pleas and was refused bail. He will face court again at a later date. Police said they attended a
16.08.2012 [ABC Online] - Maryland man Warren WilliamHoward was yesterday refused bail after being charged with 14 offences, including possessing unregistered firearms and not keeping firearms safely. Licencing police say they seized nearly 500 guns, 900 boxes of ammunition
16.08.2012 [Malaya] - To name a few outsider CJs who made their hallmark in the US SC, there were John Marshall (1801-1835), WilliamHoward Taft (1921-1930) and Earl Warren (1953-1969). Marshall was secretary of state before he was appointed CJ; Warren penned civil
15.08.2012 [RollingStone.com] - He's the WilliamHoward Taft of the rap game, the guy T-Pain once called "Boss" 20 times in 11 seconds, the only man alive with a diamond-encrusted medallion of his own face: Rick Ross, whose latest album, God Forgives, I Don't, debuted atop the the
12.08.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - ... speaker of the House, was elected as Franklin D. Roosevelt's vice president. -The last rank-and-file member of the House on a winning ticket was James S. Sherman in 1908. The congressman from New York served as WilliamHoward Taft's vice president.