State of the Union
President Barack Obama this week will test whether he still has the sway to keep Washington focused on his own priorities, even as a new Republican-run Congress descends on the Capitol eager to take him on.
President Barack Obama is obtaining commitments from foundations, businesses and community groups to help young minority men improve their employment opportunities and to intervene before some of them get sucked into the criminal justice system.
Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, doesn’t want President Barack Obama to campaign for him.
Users of the social micro-blogging network Twitter were said to have offered more critiques than compliments on President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.
Stressing the importance of having job-training programs that work, President Barack Obama on Thursday ordered a “soup to nuts” review of federal workforce training initiatives and pledged to copy the most successful ones.
A Texas congressman who is running for Senate is considering filing articles of impeachment against President Barack Obama.
Vice President Joe Biden believes he could make a good president.
Former Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan criticized President Barack Obama’s assertion that he will bypass Congress and act unilaterally to enact laws with executive orders.
Vice President Joe Biden reiterated President Barack Obama’s message a day after the State of the Union address that the administration will act without Congress.
Tensions within the Democratic Party were on display in the living rooms of Massachusetts, where liberal activists watched President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address with skepticism.