Rush Limbaugh and the Republican National Committee are in full 'Obama as out-of-touch celebrity' attack mode, but it's not clear that voters care more about that than jobs.
With job approval ratings in single digits, Congress is at record lows in public opinion. Is it because the nation's lawmakers are truly performing badly? Or is the institution – viewed by Founding Fathers as the preeminent branch – maligned and misunderstood? See how much you know about the Congress. Take our quiz!
'Top 10 Fun Facts About Gardening' is a tough row to hoe in the chuckles department, but Michelle Obama nonetheless managed to be funny. Still, David Letterman's job is not in jeopardy.
Senate activity surrounding the Paycheck Fairness Act – it failed to get enough votes to overcome a GOP filibuster – more closely resembled the taping of campaign ads rather than a debate of the issue.
The Wisconsin recall is part of a trend: The number of recall elections for state and local officials has been rising in recent years – fueled by political polarization and technology.
If the Wisconsin recall effort fails against Gov. Scott Walker, Obama will be seen as one of the losers. The GOP will be energized to wrench Wisconsin from the Democrats, but November is five months away.
Sarah Jessica Parker features in a new Obama campaign spot that ran numerous times during the MTV Movie Awards. The GOP says a dinner thrown by Sarah Jessica Parker for the president makes him look out of touch.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its annual report, and the US is still facing significant debt problems. What Congress does after November could have a big impact.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Vogue editor Anna Wintour are co-hosting a fund-raising dinner in New York on June 14. Sarah Jessica Parker is promoting the event with a new campaign ad for Obama.
Just last week, Clinton called Romney's business record 'sterling,' undercutting a key Obama campaign attack. Now he's slamming Romney harder than the president's own team.
Rep. Steve Israel, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, says Dems have moved within striking distance for winning control of the US House in Election 2012.
The top officials at the US Chamber of Commerce scold Congress over stalled transportation bill. But they defend tea partyers as 'people who believe in conservative economic policies.'
But the bill, which would provide several protections for women in the workplace, is unlikely to overcome a filibuster by Senate Republicans.
Reports of altercations between Ron Paul supporters and police at the Louisiana state GOP convention don't do Ron Paul any good as he seeks a voice at the national convention in August.
For an incumbent president, negative ads always carry risks. But attacking Mitt Romney over his record on job creation while governor of Massachusetts may be Obama's only play right now.