Vice President Joe Biden said Monday that the Democratic Party base should 'stop whining.' But infighting isn't the Democrats' problem this election cycle. It's lack of enthusiasm.
In two cases, federal judges have ruled against the 'don't ask, don't tell' law banning openly gay men and women from serving in the US military. Most Americans favor repeal of the law, but it's a tough fight in Congress.
Elizabeth Warren understands 'every American has to get a fair shake in their financial dealings,' Obama says.
Elizabeth Warren is tipped to be appointed by President Obama to set up a new consumer finance protection agency dealing with mortgages, credit cards and other financial products. But the choice of Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard professor, is controversial.
Tax cuts passed under President Bush are about to expire, prompting a fierce partisan battle over whether they should be renewed.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich accused President Obama of having a 'Kenyan, anticolonial' worldview in an interview Saturday with National Review Online.
There are a couple of reasons House Republican leader John Boehner may be relenting on extending the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy. Both have to do with Election 2010.
House Republican leader John Boehner said he’d vote to extend tax cuts for middle-class Americans even if the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy were allowed to expire. Did he mean it, or was it a calculated move to get President Obama off his back?
In the past, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has expressed an interest in being mayor of Chicago. The position will be open in 2011. If Emanuel leaves, it could have a knock-on effect.
Brash White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel has much in common with outgoing Mayor Richard M. Daley – but not everyone is sold on his candidacy.