White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs announced he launched a Twitter account today.
West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller is starting to wonder if President Obama is a friend to the coal industry.
The President in his Saturday address says the country must get ready to go line by line in the federal budget to cut record deficits and make America stronger. But Republicans smell a trap: middle class taxes.
Environmentalists express opposition to a federal plan developed this week to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes.
More than 80 percent of respondents to a FOX News website poll said the Tea Party movement is a "Fruitless mix of racism and conspiracy theories."
Patrick Kennedy will officially announce Sunday that he will not seek another term in the House. Republicans were already targeting his Rhode Island seat.
Members of both parties proposed sanctions this week, saying the Obama administration isn't going far enough.
Despite historically high projected US budget deficits, the US is the 'most credit-worthy country in the world,' says Christina Romer, chair of President Obama's Council of Economic Advisors.
President Obama and members of Congress are scheduled to meet Feb. 25 to work toward a bipartisan agreement on healthcare. But Republicans say prior legislative work should be scrapped, and meanwhile this year's elections are fast approaching.