Congress and the White House began considering a larger spending deal again, but House Republicans voiced concerns about the newest game in town, the “Gang of Six” approach, saying it would raise taxes too much. Enthusiasm appears to be waning for the plan.
The Pentagon is bracing for far huger cuts than it expected, even as it fights several wars.
The State Department fired an official who reportedly steered $52 million in federal contracts to her secret husband and daughter
Some of President Obama’s biggest “bundler” fundraisers are not coming back, feeling what was once a crusade has turned into another soulless political machine.
Questions that surfaced about Michele Bachmann’s migraines come at a critical juncture for her presidential campaign. Wall Street is buying into Romney. Polls show Rick Perry is already resonating with GOP voters.
Six Republican presidential candidates participated in a tea-party sponsored debate on Twitter.
Obama nominated his fourth openly gay judicial candidate.
And the White House uses Flicker to control is photo-messaging.