Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, recall election behind him, says fight over collective bargaining was about money, not unions, and that 'right-to-work' legislation is something he is 'not going to do.'
Flag Day, June 14, commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the Stars and Stripes in 1777, and is celebrated by citizens across the nation. But it's not a full-blown federal holiday.
Reelection bids often play out as a referendum on the incumbent's first term. Romney is trying to make that the case. But Obama wants the focus to be on competing economic visions for the future.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, at a Monitor breakfast Thursday, also reflected on a lesson from his own bruising recall battle: Talk about the problem first, then fix it.
While it doesn't happen every year, it's not exactly rare for a foreign head of state or of government to be awarded the US Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian award.
Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Elmendorf, at a Monitor breakfast Wednesday, said the challenges Europe faces now are 'larger than ever' and weighing on the US stock market.
First lady Michelle Obama launched her Pinterest page with 12 images – the latest effort by Obama’s reelection team to leverage her popularity as much as possible in Election 2012.
Ron Paul's campaign website recently has featured pieces arguing that the 'mere act of endorsing' another politician (Mitt Romney or anyone) is not an abdication of libertarian principles.
There's a lot of talk about cutting the US deficit but very little actual cutting of deficit. One reason? There's not much easy to cut. Decoder explains the six ways Washington spends money.
A new ad from the Obama reelection campaign charges just that, while Mitt Romney calls the idea 'completely absurd.' They can't both be right.
As the Romney campaign jumps on Obama's 'the private sector is fine' comment, former Clinton strategists are urging Obama to focus on the future, not on what he's done in the past four years.