As he decries the “harmful, addictive, and often deadly effects of tobacco products,” Obama continues his fight to quit.
The administration's cautious response to the disputed elections reflects the reality that Ahmadinejad may remain president – and Iran's nuclear policy is unlikely to change even if he doesn't.
The international community will not back down in the face of North Korea's threats, the US president says at a White House meeting Tuesday.
South Korean President Lee Myung Bak arrives in Washington today seeking a guarantee of American nuclear defense from possible North Korean aggression.
Too much government involvement in private medical decisions, say some critics. Too scanty on the details, charges another.
By addressing the American Medical Association Monday, Obama is trying to woo a group that was central to defeating healthcare reform 16 years ago.
Experts say changing geographic and demographic trends are further endangering an already-beleaguered Republican party.