Labeled anti-business by Republicans and some corporate chiefs, President Obama's charm offensive to improve his image in the boardroom and the nation's chambers of commerce has hit a rocky patch.
Anyone with a lick of common sense will tell you that when you are in a hole, you need to quit digging. Continuing to dig will only create a larger problem. Do schools teach this?
The financial reform bill expected to clear Congress this week is chock-full of provisions that have little to do with the financial crisis but cater to the long-standing agendas of labor unions and other Democratic interest groups.
On paper, Walt Minnick should be toast.
Republican Robert Ehrlich has chosen Mary Kane to be his running mate in his bid to regain the governor's office in Maryland.
In a campaign season of anti-establishment ferment, some of the Republican Party's best-known insiders are building an ambitious fundraising machine for the fall elections and beyond.
President Obama on Thursday declared he had succeeded in "resetting" the U.S.-Russia relationship.
Future automotive technologies — 9 a.m. — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Institute for 21st Century Energy and the National Chamber Foundation hold a discussion on "Future Automotive Technologies," focusing on the most promising automotive technologies, how breakthroughs will affect energy markets and the economics of the transportation sector. Retired Gen. James Jones, president and chief executive officer of the Institute for 21st Century Energy; and Jon Lauckner, General Motors Corp. participate. Location: USCC, 1615 H St. NW. Contact: 202/463-5682.
The impact of the Supreme Court's latest First Amendment rulings is well defined in one case and not so in the other, leaving a host of special interests applauding wildly and those who believe student speech is as protected as any other shaken.