This one might need to be filed under “better luck next time.”
It’s the end of the road for John Huntsman. The former Utah Governor has halted his bid for the Republican candidacy.
President Barack Obama is formally launching the era of divided government tonight with his State of the Union speech to Congress.
The tax package signed by President Obama in December includes a two-percent cut in payroll taxes. This reduction means the average American will get an extra $1,000 in take-home pay in 2011.
President Barack Obama says valor and sacrifice in the armed forces are no longer defined by sexual orientation.
Under the compromise proposal cutting back Social Security payroll taxes, workers would pay a 4.2 percent tax rate instead of 6.2 percent – a $120 billion tax cut for workers, starting on Jan. 1.
But 58 percent of those surveyed in the Fairleigh Dickinson-PublicMind poll out Monday believe the country is on the wrong track.
Federal authorities say a 78-year-old South Carolina man with more than a dozen weapons in his home told a nurse he was thinking about killing President Barack Obama.
Late on Thursday afternoon, two years to the date after his election as the 44th president, “60 Minutes” correspondent Steve Kroft sat down with him in the Oval Office – and the mood was different.
President Barack Obama told voters in Bridgeport that in three days they could set the direction of Connecticut and the nation for years to come.
Department of Justice and Pentagon officials are reviewing a federal judge’s order that the military immediately stop enforcing its ban on openly gay troops.
The man arrested for streaking at a rally for President Obama over the weekend was apparently trying to win a $1 million Internet challenge.
At the end of the President’s speech, video posted on the internet shows what appears to be a book thrown at him.
President Barack Obama asked wealthy donors Wednesday to help him close an “enthusiasm gap” with Republicans four weeks ahead of pivotal midterm elections.
President Obama told a U.N. conference that the U.S. is changing its approach to development to focus less on spending money and more on really helping countries develop.