Martin Luther King Jr. was no saint, but this nuanced biography confirms his many virtues.
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.
Never in polls has one president experienced such highs and lows in job approval.
He aims to expand access to the remaining $350 billion in TARP funding.
Keynesian economics is being hailed as key to ending the collapse.