President Obama has been getting high marks across the political spectrum — but not from his most consistent critic.
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In a farewell address to his colleagues — none of whom came to the chamber to watch him — Sen. John Ensign apologized to them for bringing shame on the Senate, and urged them to use his on failings as a warning.
Sen. Lindsay Graham, like most American political leaders, congratulated the Obama administration Monday for bringing Osama bin Laden to justice, but he questioned the decision to dump the 9/11 mastermind's dead body at sea.
Real-estate mogul Donald Trump issued a "personal" congratulations to President Obama on the killing of Osama bin Laden.
President Obama on Friday morning at 8:20 a.m. signed off on the operation that killed terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, ordering his national security team to draft formal orders before he left for Alabama to tour the tornado damage there, according to a senior administration official.
U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman Jr. returned to the United States this weekend amid speculation that he could be mounting a Republican campaign for the White House.
The Obama administration is considering a plan to force more businesses to pay the corporate income tax, an industry group said, in an overhaul package that could be unveiled as early as this month.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured hard-hit neighborhoods of Alabama and Mississippi on Sunday to offer condolences and pledge support for local residents and emergency workers.
First-term GOP Sen. Marco Rubio says he won't be on the Republican presidential ticket in 2012 under any circumstances.
Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday said Donald Trump needs to clean up his language if he's serious about running for the presidency.
Speaking to a crowd in Concord, N.H., Sen. Rand Paul took at playful swipe at Donald Trump's aggressive pursuit of the president's birth certificate, opening his remarks this morning by saying he wanted to see the paper trail of the real estate mogul's Republican credentials.
Donald Trump, who helped drive questions over President Obama's birth certificate, said the release Wednesday was a victory for him because he made the president act.
While presidents regularly issue statements or proclamations on big religious holidays, President Obama didn't issue one for Easter this year — but the White House said the president did plenty of other things to highlight the day.
Four members of Congress — three Republicans and one Democrat — have been named to Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
President Obama and his wife Michelle earned a gross income of $1.7 million in 2010, the White House announced Monday, with "the vast majority" coming from Mr. Obama's book proceeds.