By addressing the American Medical Association Monday, Obama is trying to woo a group that was central to defeating healthcare reform 16 years ago.
Experts say changing geographic and demographic trends are further endangering an already-beleaguered Republican party.
The Obama administration wants to replace the controversial Bush initiative with a cheaper, less rigorous ID program.
Will adding $9 trillion to the deficit become a political liability for Democrats in 2010 midterm elections?
The CIA renewed, and then terminated, a contract with two psychologists who introduced waterboarding and other techniques.
With competing bills in the House and Senate, Democrats struggle to agree on key climate and energy reforms.
The former president is charged with helping the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation recover from four devastating storms last year.