President Obama told his Russian counterpart, Dmitri Medvedev, on Sunday that winning approval for the New START treaty is his top foreign-policy priority for the lame-duck session of Congress.
Former President Bush gave a closed-door speech to some of his old administration staffers last night -- and offered what one attendee told Fox News was a more frank and "freewheeling" version of the interviews he's been doing to promote 'Decision Points'.
Cindy McCain, the wife of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) appears in a new ad for a campaign geared towards ending the bullying of gay youth and promoting equality for members of the LGBT community. In the ad, McCain parts ways with her husband on whether to repeal the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
With the dust almost settled on the 2010 midterm elections, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, Calif., wasted no time with its announcement Thursday that it will host the first GOP primary debate in spring 2011 -- which is just a few months away -- to be moderated by NBC and Politico.
President Obama sent the following letter to G-20 leaders on Wednesday: As we approach the...
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) has released a statement calling the proposal put forth by the president's deficit commission "unacceptable."
House Minority Leader John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) said Wednesday that he plans to continue flying commercially after he becomes House speaker, a departure from the practice of his two predecessors.
On Tuesday, Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) made headlines for saying Sarah Palin cost Republicans the Senate. (Some analysis of that claim here.) Now Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) is dismissing the idea of a Palin presidential bid.
When it comes to jury duty, even the attorney general doesn't get a pass.
With Obama visiting Indonesia today, The New York Times has a story that is just chock-full of interesting tidbits about Obama's time living there as a child in the late 1960s.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat down with Australian radio personalities Hamish and Andy for an interview on Sunday that ran the gamut from gravy-flavored potato chips to how a former president and a current secretary of state settle on what to eat for dinner.
Alabama Rep. Spencer Bachus (R) told members of the South Shelby Chamber of Commerce that former Alaska Governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was probably the reason for the GOP's failure to take control in the U.S. Senate.
Citing a "House Democratic source," Fox News says it has a letter being penned by an unknown number of defeated House Democrats pleading with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to step down from party leadership.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) campaign for a leadership spot in the new Congress seems to be on shaky ground. On Monday, Bachmann (R-Minn.) posted online the letter she sent to colleagues announcing her bid for Republican conference chairman.
The world got a good laugh out of watching President Obama dance awkwardly with a group of Mumbai schoolchildren Sunday. Here's a look at clips of recent presidents (and first ladies) shaking their groove things
New Delhi - American presidents visiting India have often made journeys to rural India. Flirty...
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama are having a busy final day in India Monday. As the print reporter on pool duty, I am watching each event and sending dispatches to my colleagues to use in their reports. Here are several of my raw "pool reports" to give you a flavor of the day and what this work is sometimes like.
President Obama thrilled Indian lawmakers by calling for India to have a permanent seat on an expanded U.N. Security Council. He reassured them by demanding that Pakistan bring those responsible for the Mumbai terror attacks to justice. He flattered them by recalling India's historic achievements in science, philosophy and the invention of the digit "zero". And he amazed them by using that ubiquitous tool of modern American politics: the teleprompter.
New Delhi -- President Obama has spent his three-day India trip praising Mahatma Gandhi, the...
As The Post's Lori Montgomery reported Sunday, President Obama's first sit-down interview since last week's midterm elections focused primarily on one thing: the fragile U.S. economy.
More than 100 survivors of the 26-year old Union Carbide gas leak protested on the streets in the heart of New Delhi on Monday and demanded justice from President Barack Obama, who spent the morning locked in meetings with senior Indian officials not too far away.
Sunday Rundown: A quick wrap-up of the Sunday talk shows.
As The Post's Scott Wilson reported from India Sunday, President Obama and the first lady visited Holy Name High School in Mumbai, where they viewed student projects on global warming and green villages. After that, they cut loose on the dance floor with some of the kids.
MUMBAI -- Traveling in Asia, President Obama on Sunday sharply condemned the election in Burma, calling it "neither free nor fair."