At one point, business isn't just about money.
President Barack Obama just assembled corporate heavyweights to advise him on the economy.
Barack Obama did it. So did Joe Biden, John McCain, Hillary Clinton and scores of others. They all ran for the White House while sitting members of the U.S. Senate.
President Barack Obama has ordered the U.S. government to stop defending in court the Defense of Marriage Act, a law that bars gay marriage, but his personal views are not so clear.
The Republican field for the 2012 presidential race has not yet crystallized, but it will start taking shape over the next few months with every announcement from a (real or rumored) potential presidential hopeful.
The crowds, the anticipation, the time checks...
Jay Carney's first appearance behind the podium in the White House press room as President Barack Obama's new press secretary had all the markings of a mini-movie premiere... Beltway style.
President Barack Obama's new press secretary, Jay Carney, took a few phrases out of his predecessor's playbook during his first stint at the White House podium.
President Barack Obama said he wants a mature discussion between politicians of all stripes as the White House and members of Congress try to make tough decisions on spending and taxes necessary to run the government and deal with a ballooning budget deficit.