With President Obama staying at Buckingham Palace, Britain's so-called special relationship with the US is appears as strong as ever. But The World's Patrick Cox reports that many Britons aren't so sure that President Obama likes them all that much.
On Christmas Eve, 1941, President Roosevelt gives a public address at the White House, in which he introduces his British counterpart to the nation. Churchill tells Americans that despite all the anxiety, we should all pause to enjoy Christmas.
President Obama's push to reform the nation's health care system is not a new fight. We speak to James Morone, professor at Brown University and co-author of The Heart of Power: Health and Politics in the Oval Office, about waging war in Washington.
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