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?
On Monday, President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel meet in Washington for talks surrounding rising tensions with Iran. Speaking at the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee’s policy conference on Sunday, Obama stressed his support for Israel. The two leaders are set to discuss Iran’s nuclear capacity, sanctions, and regional security concerns.
A small group of the hundreds of thousands of Iraq War veterans will be saluted by President Barack Obama at a state dinner at the White House on Wednesday night. But many veterans' groups say we need a broader rally that allows all Americans to honor every Iraq War veterans.
Hispanic voters are up for grabs in the 2012 presidential election -- unhappy with Republicans, dissatisfied with Democrats -- and if one candidate could unite them on his side, they could swing the election.
As Mitt Romney looks to consolidate his position in Arizona, and perhaps shore up support for the general election in a state that used to be solidly Republican but it slowly turning purple, he picked up a key endorsement from popular Gov. Jan Brewer.
The price of gasoline is on the rise, and so is debate on fenergy solutions. In a recent campaign advertisement, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich blamed the Obama administration's "anti-gas" policies. However, the President remains firm in his belief in a need to invest in alternative energy sources.
Though Barack Obama has yet to finish his first term as president, a recent article in the Atlantic is already looking at his legacy. The story, "Obama, Explained," examines the perceived strengths and weaknesses of Obama and evaluates whether he is a "chess master or pawn?"
New polling suggests that Mitt Romney's healthcare reform law in Massachusetts, which President Barack Obama has held up as a model for his plan, is supported by an overwhelming margin by Massachusetts residents — supports its held basically since it was introduced.