Far from stepping out of the public eye since the Republican ticket lost the election, Gov. Sarah Palin is moving deeper into the spotlight.
In the past week, the former vice presidential candidate has invited reporters into her home in Alaska, serving them moose chili and moose hot dogs as she opens up about her life and what's next.
The Alaska governor, who was criticized during the campaign for being too shielded from the media, has been granting back-to-back interviews, including two Wednesday on CNN.
Palin sat down with Wolf Blitzer in an interview that aired on "The Situation Room." Palin also will appear on "Larry King Live" at 9 p.m. ET.
Palin also plans to give remarks Thursday about "Looking Toward the Future" at the Republican Governors Association annual conference in Miami, Florida, and she's expected to hold a news conference later that day. Read full article »