Weeks after social issues dominated Democratic talking points in the 2012 election, President Barack Obama refocused his campaign message on his and his Republican opponents' approaches to the economy in an Ohio speech on Thursday.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama headed to New York City this evening for a celebrity fundraiser at Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick's West Village townhouse.
Amber Lee Ettinger of Obama Girl fame won't endorse the president for 2012, but a new Obama Boy will.
First Lady Michelle Obama has posted both old and never-seen-before photos Monday on Pinterest, the picture-sharing social network site popular among women.
This year's rapid-fire news cycle appears to never run short of gaffes, most recently President Obama's statement that the private sector is doing fine and the sound bite in which Mitt Romney seems to say he wishes there were less firefighters, teachers and police officers protecting and serving our country.
Warren Buffett can afford to lay down hunks of cash for a really nice dinner at a swanky restaurant. But how much money would you spend to have lunch with the Nebraska billionaire?
U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday continued to urge Congress to pass legislation he said would add more jobs for teachers as Republicans and Democrats bickered over whether expanding the public sector would strengthen the economy.
Attorney General Eric Holder assigned two prosecutors to look into the classified document leaks that fed two New York Times articles this past week, further heightening the profile of a debate between Democrats and Republicans about secrecy and the press.
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Santorum has not disappeared, and neither has his sweater vests.
As the New York Times continues to defend its coverage of President Barack Obama's terrorist kill list and the White House's cyber strategy against Iran, the president said it was offensive for people to assume or believe one of his aides leaked the top secret information to the press.
President Barack Obama spoke of financial troubles both at home and abroad in a press conference Friday, calling on Congress to reconsider his jobs legislation to boost the public sector amid headwinds from Europe.
One day after Rep. Ron Paul conceded defeat in the Republican presidential election, son Rand Paul threw his support behind nominee Mitt Romney.
A Greek morning talk show erupted in violence Thursday when the spokesman for the far-right Golden Dawn party punched a leftist female politician in the face and threw water at another.
I propose Toby and Kristen co-host the show, Romney said from backstage at an unknown location. See? I just put two people back to work. You're welcome, America.
President Barack Obama's coming out in support of same-sex marriage and a celebrity fundraiser raffle helped contribute to the huge increase in fundraising to $60 million in May, but most of all it was millions of people contributing small donations. But Mitt Romney managed to raise even more.
It could take days before California counts all the votes in a controversial proposal that would add a steep tax to cigarettes, but an unofficial count currently shows it defeated by a narrow margin.
More and more Americans say they are close to a gay person, a trend that corresponds with increasing support of same-sex marriage
If losing to Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin's recall vote Tuesday night wasn't bad enough, Democratic challenger and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett got slapped in the face.
Obama didn't stump for Barrett in the Badger State, but sent out words of support in a nationally watched election