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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - William M. Daley
A special prosecutor released a report Tuesday that concluded there is no evidence then-Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley or his family members sought to impede an investigation into the 2004 death of a man punched by Daley's nephew. Lawyers for the victim's family, however, say the report demonstrates clout did play a role.
Bill Daley, a former White House chief of staff, said Thursday that the National Security Council worker who lost his job over negative tweets about the Obama administration should seek psychological counseling.
Former U.S. Commerce Secretary and President Obama's former White House chief of staff Bill Daley confirmed Monday that he's definitely running for governor of Illinois next year.
Former White House chief of staff Bill Daley has reversed his stance on fundraising while lawmakers are in session as he's preparing his gubernatorial bid.
Illinois became the last state in the nation to allow public possession of concealed guns as lawmakers rushed Tuesday to finalize a proposal ahead of a federal court's deadline.
The House Republican campaign chairman, Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas, has been notified that he received a discounted mortgage from the now-defunct Countrywide Financial Corp.
In a bit of reshuffling between the White House and its Office of Management and Budget, President Obama on Tuesday tapped Jeffrey Zients as the OMB's acting director.
White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley will step down from his position at the end of this month, with Jack Lew, director of the Office of Management and Budget, taking his place to lead the president's team heading into a difficult re-election year.
Behold: Sarah Palin and Herman Cain will visit Fox Business Network anchorman Neil Cavuto Tuesday night to weigh in on a presidential primary drawing a global audience — where the economy trumps all and a third-party interloper may be an uncomfortable reality.
A politically imperiled President Obama called on lawmakers Thursday night to approve another stimulus plan to create jobs, many for his union base, while adding about $450 billion to next year's budget.
Congress must abandon its politically driven refusal to work with President Obama and take action on his job proposals because Americans are demanding help, a top White House aide said Thursday.
There is squabbling in the White House. President Obama's approval rating has dipped to unprecedented lows in the polls, and he has not a clue what to do about it. Within the president's team there are the pragmatists led by David Plouffe and William M. Daley, who favor small gestures. I mean really small gestures. They would favor free-trade agreements, possibly with Gabon, perhaps the Maldives. They also favor improved patent protections for investors, assuming they can find investors, and something about Michele's garden. At least I thought it was about Michele's garden. At any rate, it was small. Maybe they were advocating growing cherry tomatoes.
The debt negotiations appear to have put a dent in President Obama's campaign war chest.
With no debt deal done and both sides racing an Aug. 2 deadline, Democrats and Republicans on Sunday readied separate backup plans to try to raise the government's borrowing limit and cut spending.
He said anybody who took it to the president probably would have been thrown out of the Oval Office.