The White House argued in a 32 page report that its nearly three-month-old military involvement in Libya does not require congressional approval because of the supporting role most U.S. forces are playing there. Obama is spending almost $9.5 million every single day to blow things up in Libya
Deficit-reduction talks between the White House and congressional leaders focused on budget caps, even as Democrats seek to put attention on a “long list” of tax breaks that could be eliminated to raise new revenue.
Google denied it gave Obama’s re-election campaign special access to a new advertising program, something a sales representative from the search and advertising giant had claimed in an email to customers.
A federal firearms investigation that allowed weapons from the U.S. to pass into the hands of Mexican smugglers was closely monitored by the very top leaders of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Tacking left, Attorney General Eric Holder will showcase his department’s liberal positions at the American Constitution Society Thursday.
Mitt Romney solidified his lead ahead of the GOP field, a post-debate poll finds.
In the year since she was fired from her federal job after being falsely accused of reverse racism, Shirley Sherrod has become the ubiquitous face of the Obama administration’s misstep on race. And she won’t go away.
Expectations are low for this weekends Golf Summit between Obama and Speaker Boehner.
And POLITICO has a few scenes from the White House picnic: Boehner seen smoking and yukking it up with Jay Carney, who covered Capitol Hill as a reporter.