President Obama acknowledged in a televised interview aired Sunday that his reelection would hinge on the economy. Obama is targeting Hispanic voters in a strategy seeks to shift focus from immigration policies that have disappointed many.
Vice President Biden assured the Chinese that their investments are safe.
Obama called on Muammar Qaddafi to acknowledge that he has lost power. Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said more U.S. air power would have gotten him out sooner. Republican White House hopefuls are attacking Obama’s response to Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s bloody, five-month crackdown
Mitt Romney is planning to quadruple the size of his $12 million California oceanfront home. Jon Huntsman sought to gain some traction by going on the offensive. Former New York Gov. George Pataki may enter the GOP primaries.
Social Security’s disability program is on the edge of insolvency.
And an Obama nominee for Undersecretary of State is in the revolving door between government and special interests, right where Obama said she shouldn’t be.