Blagojevich's replacement, known as populist with an unassuming manner, has inherited a state government in crisis.
The president called for tougher fuel-efficiency standards Monday and may let states regulate vehicle emissions of greenhouse gases.
To halt the erosion of public trust, we must restore covenantal ideals.
In his final address to the nation, he reviews his accomplishments with a sense of wistfulness.
The president-elect, an avid basketball player, has a good jump shot. Bill Clinton was creative with his scoring on the golf course. Richard Nixon liked bowling, while Herbert Hoover was a fanatical trout fisherman.
Many inaugural addresses have droned on, dwelling on Roman history or forgotten legislative quarrels.
Test your knowledge. Can you answer these questions about the presidents of the United States?