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I ask Ambassador Rice about China's role within the main global institutions
Following President Obama's decision to impose tariffs against Chinese tires, U.S. industries now have a venue that has never previously been a viable option for them to seek protection from foreign competition. Here's why they'll be salivating.
President Obama, who is a professing Christian, may be surprised to find that not everybody believes his confession of faith to be legitimate.
One week ago, a discouraged-looking president trudged across the South Lawn to leave for a short vacation. Wednesday, he made the same short walk in reverse, this time looking like a man on a mission.
Obama is staking his success in tomorrow's speech on whether or not he can convince the American public that he is a pragmatist, not a liberal ideologue.
Think Progress' Faiz Shakir breaks it down.
Gibbs says health care decisions "shouldn't be made by the government -- by a government bureaucrat, just as they shouldn't be made by an insurance company bureaucrat."
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel came into the administration with fairly conservative, market-oriented ideas about how to reform health care that were not in line with President Obama's more liberal solutions. But now, Emanuel is being pegged as the author of Sarah Palin's "death panels."
President Obama is making remarks at East Room event also attended by first lady Michelle Obama.
AIG has been the biggest winner so far, having received $154.8 billion in taxpayer dollars.
Robert Gibbs gives a non-rebuttal clarification to a top Obama adviser's remarks made yesterday.
Robert Gibbs takes on the "Birthers" once again.
“The good news for President Barack Obama is that American voters still see him as better able to handle the economy and health care than Republicans in Congress. The bad news is his margins are shrinking,” said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
Tracking the statements from the White House and the DNC.