President Barack Obama is trying to tackle high gas prices by targeting what he says is oil price inflation caused by speculators and market manipulators. Republican are calling it a political gimmick, oil experts say the reason for high prices is high global demand.
As the Secret Service and Department of Defense investigations into inappropriate conduct with prostitutes in Colombia continues, new details are starting to emerge. Might this, just the latest but probably most severe embarrassment for the Secret Service under director Mark Sullivan, cost the director his job?
A group of 11 Secret Service agents are on a paid suspension while the agency investigates allegations of excessive drinking and prostitution while the agents were in Colombia in advance of President Barack Obama's trip there for the Summit of the Americas.
Groupon was one of the fastest growing Internet companies ever. But the image was tarnish, especially when the online coupon giant came forward with financial reports revealing it had overstated its revenue. Now investors are wondering how long the Groupon model will last.
With President Obama's healthcare law in court, the administration has begun a campaign to co-opt and embrace the term "Obamacare." In an effort to defend the contentious Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Obama and his supporters are redefining the word Obamacare.
As the U.S. Supreme Court debates the Affordable Healthcare Act, there's a growing discussion about the level of political heat that may come down, no matter what the decision is.
Cushing, Okla., is known to some as the pipeline intersection for the world. It's there where President Barack Obama traveled on Thursday to pledge his support for building the southern half of the Keystone XL pipeline, to get oil from Cushing to the Texas Gulf Coast refineries.
President Barack Obama's energy policy is described by his energy as an all-of-the-above policy, but by his critics as more of a none-of-the-above. This week, Obama is visiting four states to defend his plan as his re-election bid looms.
In a bit of domestic and global political theatre, President Barack Obama brought British Prime Minister David Cameron to Dayton, Ohio, on Tuesday night to watch the opening game of the NCAA Tournament.
The price at the pump is climbing and President Barack Obama's poll numbers are sinking. But Republicans and Democrats aren't really doing anything new to address the prices, merely rehashing old talking points. But is there anything they even can do?