President Obama took the stage at a Miami high school on Friday, after an unlikely politician introduced him -- former Florida governor Jeb Bush. Paired up at the administration's suggestion, Obama and Bush urged school reform and investment in education, central themes in Obama's budget proposal and a platform that Bush pushed as governor and his brother pushed as president.
President Obama said Thursday he would not intervene in negotiations between the owners and players of the national football league, which are in a stalemate that could result in a lockout.
Newly-elected Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) met his Twitter alter ego Wednesday, and fulfilled a promise to donate $5,000 to a charity of the account holder's choice from his and his wife's trust fund.
Updated, 3:50 p.m. The White House is trying to more directly engage in budget talks...
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee is not a birther but he got his facts wrong when he claimed president Obama was born in Kenya during an interview Monday.
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush will join President Obama at an event to promote education...
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker criticized President Obama on Monday after the president made a reference...
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) on Monday unveiled a continuing resolution to continue government operations and cut federal spending. The resolution eliminates earmarked funding and some federal programs for a total savings of about $4 billion. Below are summaries of the cuts provided by Rogers and the full text of the resolution.
White House officials warned Monday against dragging out the budget fight into a series of...
Chris Christie: Collective bargaining rights 'didn't come down from tablets on top of the mountain' (Sunday talk shows)
Talk this week centered on Libya, the state budget crises and the protests in Wisconsin, the potential for a government shutdown and the continuing violence in Libya.
Former MSNBC prime-time host Keith Olbermann has launched a new Web site Friday night, giving new life to his "Worst Person In the World" feature and going after FOX News.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he will form an exploratory committee for a potential 2012 bid and could make his intentions known in as few as two weeks, according to reports.
Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) joined CNN "State of the Union" host Candy Crowley in a pre-taped interview from Cairo to discuss the uprising in Libya.