At the White House Monday, President Obama thanked veterans and pledged to take care of their families.
Businesses big and small aren’t buying President Obama’s claim that he’s reducing the burden of costly federal regulations. Teachers’ union members say they will probably vote for Obama in 2012, but enthusiasm is tepid.
Obama has appointed a career Justice Department lawyer to lead the nation’s counterterrorism center amid questioning over the Justice Department’s proper role in the war on terror.
There’s new speculation, none of it particularly credible, that Obama could drop Vice President Biden from the ticket.
Supporters are urging Texas Gov. Rick Perry to seek the GOP nomination.
As expected, Mitt Romney is steamrolling all other GOP presidential hopefuls in the dash for cash, according to second-quarter fundraising reports trickling in. Romney has struggled to craft a consistent economic message in recent weeks – first blaming the president for driving the country deeper into recession and then backing off the charge.
Romney and Jon Huntsman met each other at an Independence Day parade in Amherst, N.H., but there were no fireworks.
Michele Bachmann’s husband Marcus is equal parts confidant, body man, image consultant, political strategist and potential liability.