The US president's approval rating in Europe is 86 percent, even as he faces assaults from the right at home. But can he use that to advance his policy goals?
Iran does have enough fuel to, in theory, make a nuclear bomb. But that's been public knowledge since February.
The Republican lawmaker from South Carolina shouted 'You lie!' after Obama said in his speech to Congress that illegal immigrants wouldn't be covered.
The president at last laid out his own plan Wednesday night, leaving room for compromise. But high marks for delivery are no guarantee legislation will clear Congress.
He points to new poverty rates indicating that the number of Americans without health insurance is growing.
For GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill, the takeaway is that the president and the Democrats are poised to move without them.
Doctors need incentives for good care, not more care.
President Obama could lead a more honest debate by proposing a welfare program for those who can't get coverage – and paying for it with new taxes.