With many Democrats balking at what he's already offering, it's not politically feasible for Barack Obama to offer the GOP anything more.
Congress is weighing in on international condemnation of North Korea's nuclear test.
After two stressful years as Washington's most powerful Republican the battle-scarred House speaker has adopted a you-first approach.
President Barack Obama has set up high-stakes political clashes with Republicans.
Out of a job but still popular, Hillary Rodham Clinton tops President Barack Obama in a new poll.
President Barack Obama's second inauguration is shaping up as a high-energy celebration smaller than his first.
A "stubborn" fever that kept former President George H.W. Bush in a hospital over Christmas has gotten worse.
John Boehner is a bloodied House speaker following the startling setback that his own fractious Republican troops dealt him.
President Barack Obama on Friday nominated Sen. John Kerry as his next secretary of state.
The son of a massacre victim at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin asked the Obama administration to begin collect statistics on hate crimes.
Actor Kal Penn poked fun at Clint Eastwood's pretend interview with US President Barack Obama at the Republican National Convention last week by joking about the "invisible man in the chair" while addressing supporters of the Democratic Party on Tuesday.
Digital communication are a vital tool, from how we work and play to the way we learn and share information.
One of the creators of hit TV sitcom Modern Family has mocked the wife of US presidential hopeful Mitt Romney by inviting the Republican to appear on the gay-friendly show.
There is still no front runner in the US Republican candidate race despite two more primaries being decided today.
Mimi Alford was terrified in 1998 when the Monica Lewinsky scandal turned the word "intern" into a dirty joke, exposing an affair with a president.
Mitt Romney is in a commanding position in the race for the Republican presidential candidacy, after a decisive win over rival Newt Gingrich in Florida's primary.
A senior US diplomat says Washington is open to settling the North Korean nuclear standoff through diplomacy, but only if Pyongyang improves ties with archrival South Korea.
With an eye on the 2012 campaign, President Barack Obama is wrapping up a low-key Hawaiian vacation and planning to quickly get back in front of voters.
As the suspected source for the biggest intelligence leak in American history faces his first hearing Friday, US prosecutors have their eye on another prize.
The conflict also left another 32,000 Americans and far more Iraqis wounded, drained more than $800 billion from America's treasury.
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