In the weekly Republican radio address House Minority Leader Rep.
In his first weekly radio address as Commander in Chief, President Barack Obama continued to pr
Although the Super Bowl is being held in Florida, the creative people at the city's tourism bureau
Barack Obama took office on Tuesday, and within 48 hours the anti-abortion movement is calling him a gl
With the news that Sarah Palin has hired a high powered Hollywood attorney to search for a book and/
2008 presidential campaign rival Sen. John McCain and one of his closest supporters Sen.
With the news tonight that Caroline Kennedy has withdrawn her name from consideration to fill the Senate
An interesting and overlooked part of President Obama's Executive Order on Presidential Records i
Before his inauguration today President Barack Obama received a hand delivered letter from Nelson M
"I stand here today humbled by the task before us." With these words began the historic presidenc
As millions of Obama supporters flood Washington D.C, an interesting thing has happened.
President Elect Barack Obama delivered a soaring speech in Baltimore, MD
The House Appropriations Committee released their initial version of the $825 billion stimulus package, and not surprisingly it contains no money for food banks, which have seen a doubling of demand i
The conservative group the Institute for Liberty (IFL) is calling Democrats hypocrites on the issue of global warming because they estimated that President Elect Barack Obama inauguration will produce
By a vote of 42-52 the Senate voted down a resolution to block the release of the remaining $350 billion in TARP funds.
In his opening statement for his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing, Obama's nominee for attorney general promised a radical shift away from the policies of the Bush years. He listed his goals as terrorism protection, a less partisan department, and a return to the protection of civil rights and the American consumer.
In an interview that airs tonight on the CBS Evening News, President Elect Barack Obama tells Katie Couric that it is not essential to capture or kill Osama Bin Laden, but it essential to tighten the noose and isolate him.
One of the few people who saw the US economic crisis coming, International Institute of Management Pr
In a profile for Esquire magazine former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said that although some sexist questions were asked of Palin by the media, he thought Palin's interviews with Katie Couric and Charles Gibson were gentle, contradicting Palin's recent media bias complaints.
After Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley rose questioned about Obama Treasury Sec. nominee Tim Geithner's taxes and household help, Obama's press secretary Robert Gibbs put out a statement sticking by their nominee.