The Washington Times' political blog.
President Obama will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. Thursday, the White House has announced.
President Obama's disapproval rating hit an all-time low of 55 percent in a Qunnipiac University poll released Thursday.
The White House said Wednesday that Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. was "consistent and truthful" in his testimony to Congress over the "Fast and Furious" weapons investigation.
The Obama administration has concerns about Senate Democrats' push to challenge China over the value of its currency, the president's spokesman said Wednesday.
Rep. Ron Paul, the Texas Republican who's running for his party's presidential nomination, said Wednesday his campaign had raised more than $8 million from more than 100,000 donors in the third quarter.
Rep. Jerry Costello of Illinois said Tuesday he won't seek re-election in 2012, adding to a growing list of Democrats who are leaving the House.
Senate Republicans tried to make Democrats hold a quick vote on President Obama's jobs-stimulus bill Tuesday, but were blocked by Senate Majority Harry Reid, the Nevada Democrat who is sponsoring Mr. Obama's bill but who said other matters take priority.
A new national poll out this morning shows Texas Gov. Rick Perry and businessman Herman Cain headed in opposite directions in the presidential race.
"Another sickening distraction" — that's what the Democratic consultant who led Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign is calling the controversy over a racially-inflammatory word painted on a rock at a hunting camp leased by the family of Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor on Monday took President Obama to task for calling the United States "soft," saying the administration is to blame for any malaise afflicting the country.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary Saturday night by dining at a restaurant in Old Town Alexandria.
Vice President Biden said in a radio interview Thursday that the Obama administration, not the Bush administration, has ownership of the weak economy.
The White House hit back Wednesday against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's contention that President Obama has been a "bystander" to the nation's problems.
With five appeals courts ruling on challenges to President Obama's health care law and two more decisions on the way, the Supreme Court justices have lots of options when it comes to which cases they'll take on.
The vocal leader of the Tea Party Nation, a leading branch of the grassroots conservative movement, passed over some of the movement’s biggest rock stars to endorse the presidential candidacy of one of Washington’s most well-established figures: former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.