President Barack Obama's approval rating has steadied near 49 percent after dropping for much of this year, according to new voter polls released Friday. Both parties are working to address public frustration over partisan gridlock in Congress as the fall's…
The White House Thursday released its annual report on the economy, predicting an average of 95,000 jobs will be created each month this year. A top White House economic adviser discusses the findings.
In other news Tuesday, President Obama issued another challenge to Republicans in Congress to cooperate on a host of issues, and also warned Iran over its nuclear program.
From left to right, the national political scene was buzzing on Monday. Developments included President Obama's latest appeal for bipartisanship and Sarah Palin's latest turn on the national stage. Gwen Ifill talks to the Hotline's Amy Walter for insight.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks assess the top stories of the past week, including President Obama's appearance at a House GOP retreat and why Republicans may have little incentive to reach across the aisle.
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is taking her new book, "Going Rogue," across the country. Judy Woodruff gets reactions.
By Lea Winerman
House Republicans are planning to offer their own 230-page health care reform bill during the House floor debate as an alternative to Democratic leaders' plan.
Columnists David Brooks and Mark Shields review the week's news, including the coming Afghan runoff and the war of words between the White House and Fox News.
A key component of President Obama's health reform overhaul faces a vote next week in the Senate Finance Committee after the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office gave it an upbeat assessment.
Rifts within the Republican Party have activists worried that infighting may hurt efforts by the GOP to rebuild following the 2008 election. Political analysts mull the effects of recent clashes among party leaders.
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