The guests scheduled to be interviewed Sunday on major television talk shows.
LAS VEGAS -- Now THAT'S an apology. Speaking before the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, President Obama said he didn't mean to take a "shot" at the city when he urged people not to blow their savings in Vegas.
Sunday's "Family Guy" episode -- in particular, one character, a girl with Down syndrome -- outraged former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and her daughter Bristol. But the actress behind that character, who herself has Down syndrome, thinks the Palins need to lighten up.
HENDERSON, Nev. -- It may not have been an actual apology, but President Obama nevertheless brought the crowd here to its feet in this Las Vegas suburb Friday with an impromptu exchange with a tourist at his town hall meeting.
Bush is back -- at CPAC, at least. Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann got a big cheer for putting up a picture of the former president with the caption "Miss me yet?" "I like it too," she proclaimed. The image first appeared mysteriously on a billboard in her state earlier this month. It turned out to be the work of a group of small business owners.
New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D) has stomach cancer and will begin receiving chemotherapy to treat it, his office announced Friday.
At the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington this weekend, Virginia will be well represented -- Rep. Eric Cantor, the House minority whip, will be there. So will former governor Jim Gilmore. And Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.
The lawmaker challenging Sen. Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania's Democratic primary claims the Obama administration pushed him to get out of the contest, even dangling the possibility of a plum job in return.
If you want to gauge a president's popularity, you can always look at the polls. Or you can simply look at lawmakers from his own party. Do they want the president's help, or not? For Harry Reid and Michael Bennet this week, the answer is yes.
President Obama fired up a crowd of Democrats at a fundraiser for Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, speaking to a crowd of several hundred who cheered "Yes he can!" as he entered the hall.
First lady Michelle Obama did not stock the White House library with socialist books. They have been in the library since 1963.
A Focus First poll shows what a more limited health-care bill might provide if Democrats can't find the votes to advance a massive health-care overhaul.
Walk along the Las Vegas strip on Friday and you might just run into the entourages of President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) -- two Democrats who may need each other to revive their sagging political fortunes.
The Dalai Lama playfully threw snow at the press gathered in front of the White House on Thursday. The exiled spiritual leader of Tibet then admonished the media not to "ask silly questions" at a press conference later in the day.
Watch the entire 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference -- an annual gathering of right-wing notables and activists that dates back to 1973 -- live and see excerpts.
Former General Services Administration chief Lurita Doan, bounced in 2008 by the White House amid allegations of trying to award work to a friend and misusing her authority for political ends, is now available as a "good government" expert.
The transcript of Marco Rubio's keynote speech Thursday morning at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference, held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington.
Former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik, who was hailed as a hero after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks and nearly became chief of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, was sentenced to four years behind bars Thursday for eight felonies.
President Obama today signed an executive order creating the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, a bipartisan commission designed to confront the nation's growing debt in the face of congressional inaction.
With the economic stimulus measure now 366 days old, the two parties continue sparring over the first bill's effectiveness even as they plot strategy for a second package coming through the legislative pipeline.
A mentally ill man breached security and got within 12 rows of Vice President Biden as the U.S. leader watched Friday's Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canadian security officials said Wednesday.
The National Naval Medical Center has opened an inquiry into Rep. John Murtha's surgery at their Bethesda medical facility and his subsequent death, a Navy spokesman told The Post Wednesday.
Sen. Mitch McConnell's emotional 18-minute farewell to departing Chief of Staff Kyle Simmons last week from the Senate floor has not become much of a viral video sensation. But C-SPAN video of the voice-cracking, nose-blowing, lip-quivering good-bye did lead to some chuckles in McConnell's home state of Kentucky for the intensity of the emotion the Senate Republican leader expresses in it, observers there say.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says that only his tweets and direct messages to him will be preserved under the Presidential Records Act.
House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.) have written Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) to ask for an open meeting "focused on job creation and economic growth."
Senior U.S. military leaders told President Obama that the offensive in southern Afghanistan is proceeding well, and that a significant number of Taliban forces have left the city in the face of the U.S.-Afghan forces.
Congress spent more on earmarks in 2009 than it did a year earlier, although the number of earmarks dropped, according to a study by the independent watchdog Taxpayers for Common Sense. Following is the group's list of the top five earmarkers in each chamber
Congress devoted nearly $16 billion to line-item spending this year, decreasing the overall number of so-called earmarks that lawmakers issued but spending slightly more on those controversial items in President Obama's first year in office.
Vice President Joe Biden gave a mini media tour to defend the stimulus plan on its first anniversary -- while agreeing that the country is in "deep trouble."
Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia tells a New York screenwriter "there is no right to secede."
Did you remember to buy President Obama a card? It's a not-so-happy stimulus anniversary day at the White House, where the honeymoon ended a long time ago.
The Office of Management and Budget extended on Tuesday its review of catfish food safety inspection rules proposed by the Agriculture Department. The action comes amid concerns that such inspections could trigger a trade war with Vietnam.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on Tuesday pronounced himself fascinated by Twitter.
President Obama plans to name former White House chief of staff Erskine Bowles and former Republican senator Alan Simpson to chair a special bipartisan commission to solve the nation's budget problems, according to an administration official.
New Jersey Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) is recuperating after undergoing surgery Tuesday morning to treat a bleeding ulcer, according to his office.
Washington and Indiana politics were shaken Monday by the surprising announcement from Evan Bayh that he won't run for reelection. So why did Bayh do it? Let's examine the three most prominent theories.
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