They’d be the first presidential family in nearly 100 years to stick around
Tax credit info comes after successfully filing an application
Says he would have beat Obama if he ran for Senate in 2004
Pushes back on Speaker’s claim that there aren’t enough votes in the House to reopen government
The White House petition drive offers a big megaphone for quirky causes. It’s also helping Obama advance his political agenda.
Republicans are now talking about raising the debt ceiling, but just for a month or two. That would open up a number of key Fiscal Cliff 2 questions.
In a live discussion starting at 11a.m., TIME’s Michael Grunwald will join panelists from the Atlantic, New York Times, Guardian, Slate, and PBS to discuss the question “Is Obama a truly transformative president?”
Someday, progressives will look back at the Obama presidency as a golden era of progress. They might as well start now.
Statement by the President on Ambassador Rice
Today, I spoke to Ambassador Susan Rice, and accepted her decision to remove her name from consideration for Secretary of State. For two decades, Susan has proven to be an extraordinarily capable, patriotic, and passionate public servant. As my Ambassador to the United Nations, she plays …
Rally-around-the-flag time is over. For the most part, Republicans — with the exception of Mitt Romney — had held their fire in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. embassy in Cairo and consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which claimed the lives of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens. But as …
TIME’s photo editors bring you the best pictures of the past week from the Beltway and beyond.
Caught on candid camera, whispered into a hot mic or blurted out on the campaign trail, gaffes are what make a presidential race hum. Here’s TIME’s running tally of some of the biggest verbal blunders this year.
The President has walked away from the ideals that launched his career.