James O’Keefe and three others are accused of attempted phone tampering in an office for Sen. Mary Landrieu. Liberals are likening the incident to the Watergate break-in.
Historic deficits and a gridlocked legislature won't stop California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger from trying to salvage his legacy in his last year in office. The governor is expected to lay out an ambitious agenda for 2010 in his State of the State address Wednesday.
With hiring slowed to a trickle, universities are trying new techniques to get alumni jobs
The president will address Congress next Wednesday in prime time. He must win over lawmakers and the American people, who are growing skeptical of Obama's healthcare plan, polls suggest.
His first acts – including an order to close Guantánamo Bay – seek to signal change.
The contest will continue, but Democrat Al Franken’s win seems secure.
The president-elect will issue many executive orders soon after taking office. Experts say he’ll reward traditional party constituencies but tread lightly when it comes to national security.
Neck-and-neck US Senate race in Minnesota, down to a handful of votes, will require a recount.
Her better-than-expected performance Thursday probably won’t do much for a weakened McCain campaign.
The week has shown perils for Obama in running against the new GOP ticket.