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Amid protests, Obama preaches ‘we are the world’

The last time Obama went to Europe, large cheering crowds greeted him. This time, protestors took the streets of London as a beleaguered President…

Obama continues to have a taxing problem

What it with the Obama administration and political appointees who don't appear to understand the tax law?

From Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner on down, an astounding number of President Obama's picks…

Obama tries to reassure Dems on Capitol Hill

Facing increasing questions and doubts from within his own party, President Barack Obama worked Monday to rally Democratic members of Congress with platitudes, saying…

Ohhigod! A failing company allowed to fail?

In an amazing turnaround, the hot-and-cold administration of Barack Obama is embracing a new concept: Bad corporate giants should be allowed to fail.

But at…

Americans blame everybody but Obama for economic woes

Lots of blame to go around on America's failing economy but Americans aren't ready to blame new President Barack Obama.

At least not yet.

A Washington…

White House rejects GM, Chrysler bailout plans

Neither General Motors nor Chrysler submitted acceptable plans to receive more federal bailout money, the Obama administration said as it set the stage for…

More American troops headed for Afghanistan

Grappling with a war gone awry, President Barack Obama plans to send thousands more U.S. forces into Afghanistan, hoping to hasten the end of…

Obama’s media blitz: Style over substance?

I fully expect the next "Law and Order" or "CSI" or "24" episode to feature an embattled president racing against time trying to boost…

Obama’s manipulated non-press conference

Here's today's puzzler. When is a press conference not a press conference?

The answer is:

When the person pretending to conduct the…

We deserve better than Tim Geithner

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner nearly struck out Wednesday morning despite multiple opportunities to defend the dollar. Geithner's narrowly averted gaffe was sadly typical, given…