Tiff over the success of cash-for-clunkers has the White House reaching beyond media criticism to take on even ‘apolitical’ consumer groups.
Reports suggest that President Obama is embarking on a strategy of undermining some of the most influential conservative voices in Washington, including Fox News and the Chamber of Commerce.
Critics call the Obama administration's criticism of Fox News petty. But if it discredits the network in the eyes of moderates, the strategy might work.
Senate parliamentarian Alan Frumin becomes the top power broker on health reform if Democrats' 60-vote strategy fails.
The equivalent of six health-care lobbyists for every member of Congress are registered for this year's biggest political battle.
A look at the influence of money on US politics.
They’re concerned that emerging economic giants India, Brazil, and China may gain the upper hand in this hot market.
Countries that opposed the American intervention now top the list of those probing economic opportunities in post-Hussein Iraq.
The US still has not figured out who was behind the July 4 cyberattacks that took down a series of government Web sites, National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair said Wednesday.