The White House has invited congressional Republicans to join Democrats for a healthcare summit to be moderated by President Obama and broadcast live. But Obama says legislative proposals should be on the table, and the GOP wants to start from scratch.
He could, but probably wouldn't (although he attended White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi's wedding). But he might help you say 'I do' if you're a close personal friend or served as one of his law clerks.
The President in his Saturday address says the country must get ready to go line by line in the federal budget to cut record deficits and make America stronger. But Republicans smell a trap: middle class taxes.
Environmentalists express opposition to a federal plan developed this week to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes.
Senator John McCain on Friday defended Sarah Palin's use of her hand to help her remember some key points at last week's Tea Party convention.
Members of both parties proposed sanctions this week, saying the Obama administration isn't going far enough.
In paring down the jobs bill, Senate majority leader Harry Reid has an eye on voter concerns about federal spending. He's also betting that Republicans won't reject a bill with 'jobs' in the title.
President Obama and members of Congress are scheduled to meet Feb. 25 to work toward a bipartisan agreement on healthcare. But Republicans say prior legislative work should be scrapped, and meanwhile this year's elections are fast approaching.
President Clinton’s family rushed to his side after he underwent a heart procedure Thursday in New York.
President Obama's annual economic forecast predicts job growth of 95,000 jobs a month in 2010, but said any growth may not be reflected in lower unemployment rates.