A hoodie won't fly on the House floor, where dress code mandates no hats – and a hoodie counts as a hat, even when its used to bring attention to Trayvon Martin.
Obama's open mic incident happened on Monday when he told the Russian president that he would have 'more flexibility' in missile defense negotiations after the 2012 elections.
With the Republican primary calendar in a bit of a lull, Rick Santorum is taking his campaign against Mitt Romney to where the action is, the 'Obamacare' hearings at the Supreme Court.
After surviving a shaky legislative birth, significant public opposition, and legal challenges that went all the way to the US Supreme Court, President Obama’s signature achievement, comprehensive health-care reform, went into effect in 2014.How well do you know the reform law and the underlying issues? Take our quiz to find out. (Updated March, 2015.)
With no plan to get US debt under control, Congress and President Obama are lagging in the business community's view, says Business Roundtable President John Engler.
Ever since he launched it, President Obama’s health care reform program has been slammed by its critics as 'Obamacare'. Now Obama's reelection campaign has adopted the term.
A group of CEOs is launching a two-week lobbying and media blitz on corporate taxes, keyed to the fact that on April 1, Japan will officially lower its corporate tax rate.
A Romney aide said that for the fall campaign, the candidate could hit the reset button, making the comparison to how the toy works. But the Romney Etch A Sketch comment may not be remembered for long.
To win the nomination, Rick Santorum needs 69 percent of the remaining delegates. Even a brokered convention may be elusive. After Louisiana on Saturday, the road ahead looks tough.
Mitt Romney rivals have had their fun with senior aide Eric Fehrnstrom's Etch-A-Sketch comment about appealing to moderates in the fall, but the jokes don't really undermine his strong position.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who some Republicans hoped might run himself, said it was time for the party to unite behind Mitt Romney and bring its core messages to voters.