Thursday, November 23, 2017
President Barack Obama says he is making difficult cuts in the nation's budget to allow needed spending increases in education, technology and public works projects. In a broad preview of his administration's blueprint for the budget year that begins Oct....
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell declared Saturday that President Barack Obama's legislative agenda is "over," but said GOP lawmakers are willing to work with the White House to do what they "think is right for America." In a speech Saturday...
Former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel said Saturday that tackling Chicago's reputation for sweetheart deals and patronage head-on is first on his to-do list if he's elected to be the city's next mayor. Emanuel told The Associated Press...
Here's Michelle Obama's advice for couples this Valentine's Day: Laugh with your partner. She says it's what she and President Barack Obama do, and it seems to be working. Their marriage, although tested throughout the years by his political ambitions...
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney says conservatives shouldn't buy President Barack Obama's change in tone. Romney told a large meeting of conservatives Friday that Obama's White House has tried to project an appearance of change and cooperation with Republicans. But...
Hosni Mubarak was supposed to announce his resignation on Thursday. The Egyptian military expected it. The new head of his ruling party pleaded to him face-to-face to do it. But despite more than two weeks of massive demonstrations by...
The tea party movement is mixing a strange political brew in famously independent New Hampshire, complicating the first-in-the-nation primary strategy for the growing number of potential Republican presidential hopefuls. Tea party activists have made significant inroads in a state that...
House Republicans called for cuts in hundreds of programs across the face of government Friday night in a $61 billion savings package toughened at the last minute at the demand of tea party-backed conservatives. From education to job training, the...
President Barack Obama's budget submission on Monday will take a surgical approach to a deficit problem that his Republican rivals say warrants a meat ax. As Obama seeks $53 billion for high-speed rail over the next few years, House Republicans...
Republicans who want to be the one to make Barack Obama a one-term president are promising big changes should the GOP win the White House in 2012. "Economic growth, job creation, smaller government, less spending, lower taxes, rational regulation and...