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Obama treading a fine line on Egyptupdated Fri Feb 04 2011 07:08:15

President Barack Obama took some awkward steps this week, inching America away from its 30-year embrace of Egypt's Hosni Mubarak.

Obama's 2012 campaign unofficially underwayupdated Sat Jan 29 2011 05:20:35

U.S. President Barack Obama urged Americans to "win the future" this week, while moving ahead in the effort to do that himself as well.

Fear and loathing in Arizonaupdated Fri Jan 14 2011 21:05:48

Sioban "Sam" Bennett and Matt Lewis discuss anger and politics in Arizona.

Who is up? Who is down?updated Fri Jan 14 2011 20:58:30

Newsweek's Daniel Stone talks guns, pundits and Sarah Palin.

Talking Politicsupdated Fri Jan 07 2011 18:03:14

How hard is it to keep a campaign promise? Democratic Liz Chadderdon and Republican Kristen Soltis weigh in.

Politics: Who's up? Who's down?updated Fri Jan 07 2011 17:55:04

Newsweek's Andrew Romano weighs in on the status of an old constitution, a new congress and a changing White House.

Will the U.S. Senate ratify the treaty?updated Fri Nov 19 2010 21:31:37

The U.S. and Russian presidents signed the START treaty months ago. The U.S. Senate still hasn't ratified it. Why?

Politics: Who is up? Who is down?updated Mon Nov 15 2010 05:34:08

Rep. Nancy Pelosi won't give up. Rep. John Boehner won't give in. Newsweek's Daniel Stone weighs in.

The president's doubt and cloutupdated Fri Nov 12 2010 22:10:29

Does President Obama have the international clout to pack a "presidential wallop"?

Has Bush's low profile helped his legacy?updated Fri Nov 12 2010 11:51:02

George W. Bush is back. This time he's selling a book but once again he's getting very mixed reviews.

Politics: Now the gloves come offupdated Fri Nov 05 2010 20:46:01

Midterms are over. Blogger Reihan Salam and Sam Bennett from the Women's Campaign Forum on what happens next.

The why and who of political 'beating'updated Fri Nov 05 2010 20:39:33

Newsweek's Andrew Romano weighs in on who is up and who is down in the world of U.S. politics.

Americans wake up and smell the teaupdated Fri Nov 05 2010 15:46:39

Americans are waking up to smell the coffee. Turns out it's tea.

Politics: Debate debaclesupdated Fri Oct 22 2010 19:31:09

After a week of bizarre U.S. debates, Jonathan Mann and Andrew Romano from Newsweek explain who is up and who is down.

Demographic mad dashupdated Fri Oct 08 2010 19:36:45

Conservative columnist Reihan Salam and Democratic strategist Joe Lestingi on politicians' desperate dash to get voters.

Political popularity pollupdated Fri Oct 08 2010 19:34:17

Newsweek's Daniel Stone weighs in on Hillary Clinton, Karl Rove and Jerry Brown

Colorful politician Boehner vows to 'rein in' Obamaupdated Fri Oct 08 2010 11:21:52

America's official colors are red, white and blue but the man to watch right now is orange.

Obama braced for midterm election damageupdated Fri Oct 01 2010 12:31:34

U.S. President Barack Obama is about to crash into Congress and like bystanders on the roadside we can all see the collision coming.

O'Donnell leads Tea Party insurgencyupdated Fri Sep 24 2010 12:39:59

American politics has a photogenic new face with a troubled past of bad finances, potential fraud and a flirtation with witchcraft.

Conventional Wisdomupdated Fri Sep 17 2010 17:20:15

Newsweek' Andrew Romano weighs in on the rising/falling sock of Christine O'onnell, Charles Rangel and John Boehner.

Control room gets curiousupdated Fri Sep 17 2010 17:03:39

How much do U.S. members of congress get paid?

Is 'Rahmbo' heading back to Chicago?updated Fri Sep 10 2010 10:23:28

Is the toughest guy in the White House about to leave town?

Comment: Obama ends a war he didn't wantupdated Fri Sep 03 2010 10:21:56

U.S. President Barack Obama announced a milestone in the American war in Iraq this week, in the awkward position of a commander taking stock of a conflict he opposed after a strategy he opposed, with a result he could hardly have wished for either.

Manhattan mosque plan stokes controversyupdated Fri Aug 06 2010 10:21:15

America's Republicans are up-in-arms about a proposed building that is barely even a blueprint yet, because it will put a new mosque within walking distance of New York's Ground Zero.

America's border war with itselfupdated Mon Aug 02 2010 10:09:53

America is fighting a border war. With itself.

Sherrod case stokes race issueupdated Tue Jul 27 2010 08:43:13

A soft-spoken African-American woman with a gentle manner has become the most famous face in U.S. politics, in Kafkaesque confusion involving race, right-wing media and officials of the Obama administration.

Sarah Palin hogs summer limelightupdated Fri Jul 16 2010 10:15:15

Millions of Americans spent this week ignoring politics and concentrating on summer, soaring temperatures and vacation travel, but there was no getting away from Sarah Palin.

Jobs at stake as midterms loom for Democratsupdated Wed Jul 14 2010 10:37:49

U.S. President Barack Obama is thinking about jobs: looking for jobs for more than 14 million Americans and protecting the jobs of Washington lawmakers at the same time.

Comment: One year to win in Afghanistanupdated Mon Jul 05 2010 03:42:22

U.S. President Barack Obama has one man and one year left to win in Afghanistan.

Comment: Why BP means Bad at Politicsupdated Fri Jun 18 2010 12:34:01

Do BP's initials stand for Bad at Politics?

Angry Obama replaces optimistic Obamaupdated Sat Jun 12 2010 08:52:22

Obama is getting angry.

Comment: White House adrift on Gaza aid ship, BP oil spillupdated Sat Jun 05 2010 06:51:58

This week's deadly Israeli attack on an activist flotilla in the Mediterranean seems to have left the White House adrift.

Good fences, strange neighborsupdated Fri Jun 04 2010 18:21:55

Conventional wisdom: Who's up? Who's down? When the President is away, does the staff play? What's with Palin's fence?

Sayonaraupdated Fri Jun 04 2010 17:54:30

Is President Obama turning into President Carter? Plus, Japan's Prime Minister takes a fall and headaches in Germany.

Anger on the high seasupdated Fri Jun 04 2010 17:12:05

Tempers flare across the world with an oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico and Israel's raid of a Gaza bound flotilla.

Oil spill reaches all way to White Houseupdated Fri May 28 2010 14:48:41

The oil spill off the south coast of the United States now reaches practically all the way to the White House and President Barack Obama is being soiled by it.

Obama gets tougher over terrorismupdated Fri May 14 2010 07:25:41

If you've seen enough American cop shows on TV there's a phrase that may sound familiar:

Turbulence on the Thamesupdated Fri May 07 2010 20:57:50

What happens now in the UK, and what are the candidates saying? Plus, meltdown in the streets of Athens.

Vetting the votesupdated Fri May 07 2010 18:36:14

Find out how some of Britain's most notable citizens voted.

A royal flushupdated Fri May 07 2010 18:34:47

The UK election brought lots of losers, but who are the winners? Plus, political fallout from the Gulf oil spill.

Is Gulf oil spill Obama's Katrina moment?updated Fri May 07 2010 13:34:59

There's a huge sticky mess floating towards the southern United States. It's crude oil but it's politics too.

Obama's new battleground: Wall Streetupdated Fri Apr 23 2010 07:12:56

Some of the richest and most powerful people in the United States are arguing about money and the world has trillions of dollars invested in the outcome.

Top Republican under fire over topless bar tabupdated Fri Apr 02 2010 10:18:50

America's straight-laced Republican Party was stunned to learn this week that it bankrolled a donor's tab at a Hollywood bar featuring topless dancers mimicking exotic sex.

Political Mann part 1updated Fri Mar 19 2010 23:00:35

A vote on healthcare so close and yet so far. What is a byrd dropping and why are the Capitol police mad?

Political Mann part 2updated Fri Mar 19 2010 22:32:02

Congress gets a whipping over their yeas and nays.

Political Mann part 3updated Fri Mar 19 2010 22:31:31

Wingnuts: Horse and man, a love story. And why are so many crybabies in the White House?

Obama gambles on health care voteupdated Fri Mar 19 2010 11:14:31

There wasn't a big-screen hero with a gun to his head or a Hollywood beauty in harm's way, but Washington was caught-up in a cliffhanger this week -- and President Barack Obama was at the center of it.

Political Mann part 1updated Fri Mar 12 2010 21:47:50

An argument in the shower turns into a Democratic mud bath. Cheney's daughter feels the heat from the right.

Political Mann part 2updated Fri Mar 12 2010 21:36:54

Weren't the Democrats supposed to clean up Washington? What can the White House do?

Political Mann part 3updated Fri Mar 12 2010 21:16:22

Wingnuts looks at political foot-in-mouth disease. And why does President Obama use so many pens?

Now or never for health careupdated Sat Mar 06 2010 00:55:14

President Obama throws down the health care gauntlet, while it's a bad time to be a Democratic politician from New York.

Fed up with filibustersupdated Sat Mar 06 2010 00:41:38

Too much congressional talk, not enough action.

Ganging up on Obamaupdated Sat Mar 06 2010 00:27:14

Wingnuts examines political foot-in-mouth disease, and ex-presidents come together to give Obama a hard time.

Wingnuts: Extreme politicsupdated Sat Feb 27 2010 10:33:35

Extremism from the left and right; What does it take to become House Speaker?

Fear, loathing, unity in D.C.updated Sat Feb 27 2010 10:28:32

President Obama tries for a last ditch attempt to save his health care reform plan.

A hostile week in Washingtonupdated Fri Feb 26 2010 22:32:35

The Republicans beat up on the Democrats; Democrats beat up on Republicans; everyone beats up on Toyota.

Comment: The pressure on politicians investigating Toyotaupdated Fri Feb 26 2010 10:22:10

The next time you see a dog chase after a car, ask yourself what would happen if the dog actually caught it.

Comment: Could incumbents be at risk in 2010 elections?updated Sat Feb 20 2010 08:02:41

Why are so many Americans contemptuous of their Congress?

World's body politicupdated Fri Feb 19 2010 23:55:20

Timid dancing in Korea, animated Russians and bold words from the lunatic fringe.

There goes the neighborhoodupdated Fri Feb 19 2010 22:42:23

Congress cracks up, conservatives come together. And the sexiest president ever?

Left or right?updated Fri Feb 19 2010 21:38:28

Why is the U.S. government locked up? And what is "Left and Right?"

Backhanded politicsupdated Fri Feb 12 2010 23:32:51

Sarah Palin has the facts in the palm of her hand. And a campaign ad so bad it's good.

Bipartisanshipupdated Fri Feb 12 2010 23:08:32

Two political parties joined by mutual disdain. Is cooperation possible or even necessary?

Ice coldupdated Fri Feb 12 2010 22:49:06

Snow stops Washington cold in its tracks. Plus the most outrageous --and wrong-- statements from the left and right.

Comment: The American right roars backupdated Fri Feb 12 2010 12:38:08

One year after Barack Obama led his Democrats to victory and inspired so many people around the world, millions of Americans have grown disillusioned. Republicans and their allies are reaping the benefit.

Red ink and wrathupdated Sat Feb 06 2010 09:17:28

The president plans to spend trillions of dollars this year. Not everyone is happy about it.

The 'Tea Party' party?updated Fri Feb 05 2010 21:44:52

Is America's newest protest movement turning into something serious? Politicians are paying attention.

Capitol Hill's newest hottieupdated Fri Feb 05 2010 21:25:55

He's not just a hot commodity; admirers say Senator Scott Brown is hot - period.

Comment: Obama's debt to Congress?updated Fri Feb 05 2010 11:08:56

Barack Obama campaigned for the White House promising hope and change, but he's delivered some other things there too: spending and debt.

A new line of workupdated Sat Jan 30 2010 09:21:50

CNN's Christiane Amanpour has a wide-ranging interview with British Conservative Party leader David Cameron.

Fight or flightupdated Fri Jan 29 2010 22:05:41

Picking apart the State of the Union, political voodoo in Romania and the fur --and some dessert -- flies in Canada.

Loose lips and tight onesupdated Fri Jan 29 2010 21:22:18

Open mouth, insert foot for one politician, White House crashers stay mum, and are brilliant leaders left handed?

Comment: Obama's second year messageupdated Fri Jan 29 2010 13:49:44

Barack Obama has been president of the United States for just one year but this week he seemed to start campaigning all over again.

Comment: America's conversation about color continuesupdated Mon Jan 18 2010 12:41:15

U.S. President Barack Obama is still black and Americans are still getting used to it.

Checking the truthupdated Sat Jan 09 2010 09:26:51

CNN's Jonathan Mann talks with Politifact.com's Bill Adair on how truthful the newsmakers have been.

The buck stops hereupdated Sat Jan 09 2010 09:20:48

President Obama accepts responsibility after a bomb plot came close to killing hundreds.

From Libya with loveupdated Fri Jan 08 2010 23:31:30

This week, our Political World features a polygamous president and some bizarre news about Beyonce.

Comment: Will terror alert divert Obama?updated Fri Jan 08 2010 08:33:45

How angry should the president dubbed 'No-Drama Obama' be about an alleged attack that could have killed hundreds of people? How much should it change his plans?

Lie of the Yearupdated Fri Jan 01 2010 19:30:52

Politifact.com reveals its pick for "Lie of the Year 2009" and rates the biggest presidential promises kept and broken.

Peering into 2010updated Fri Jan 01 2010 19:01:35

The best and worst case scenarios for Democrats and Republicans heading into November's mid-term elections.

Worldwide wishesupdated Fri Jan 01 2010 18:37:39

A few of CNN's far-flung correspondents offer some lighthearted New Year's wishes and resolutions for world leaders.

Look back on 2009updated Sat Dec 26 2009 17:54:20

This year's highlights, including a new U.S. President, the big bailouts, the budget, two wars and a Portuguese pooch.

Swears and swearing-inupdated Sat Dec 26 2009 17:31:13

Health care town halls turned ugly last summer. A high court Justice made history. And did someone shout "You Lie"?

Peace be with youupdated Sat Dec 26 2009 17:11:22

A look at President Obama on the world stage, his Peace Prize win and a few lighthearted White House moments from 2009.

'Pulling a Lieberman'updated Sat Dec 19 2009 09:36:28

It's the "power of one" vs. the Democrats' fragile coalition as health care reform teeters in the U.S. Senate.

The call in Copenhagenupdated Sat Dec 19 2009 09:34:59

President Obama enters 11th-hour negotiations at a U.N. climate conference and says the time for talk is over.

American symbolsupdated Fri Dec 18 2009 22:38:50

The "left-wing" eagle on the Presidential seal, and we mark the passing of the man who designed the first 50-star flag.

Comment: What does America want for Xmas?updated Fri Dec 18 2009 13:20:20

There's an enormous "National Christmas Tree" in Washington D.C. that stands more than 12 meters high. With one week left to go, here's a list of big presents you could put there:

Politics of peaceupdated Sat Dec 12 2009 09:14:02

A look at how President Obama is promoting peace while defending war.

The President's prizeupdated Fri Dec 11 2009 22:52:27

President Obama accepts the Nobel Peace Prize in Norway.

Loose lipsupdated Fri Dec 11 2009 22:00:36

The president and first lady share candid moments in a day of peace.

Comment: Is the Nobel Peace Prize bad for Obama?updated Fri Dec 11 2009 12:38:32

Barack Obama flies back to Washington today with arguably the most prestigious prize a political leader can win but it probably won't help him much back home.

Fast-ghanistanupdated Fri Dec 04 2009 23:36:13

Get them in, and get them out. The U.S. President's plan comes under fire quickly.

Flying chairsupdated Fri Dec 04 2009 23:13:12

Sometimes if you want a seat in parliament, you have to catch it first!

Under your skinupdated Fri Dec 04 2009 22:51:03

Are microchip implants in the health care bill? We'll check the Truth-o-Meter. Plus, a summit meeting?well, almost!

War plans and dinner plansupdated Fri Nov 27 2009 19:13:20

The U.S. President promises to finish the job in Afghanistan. Plus politics mixes with pageantry at the White House.

Giving thanks and doing the dishesupdated Fri Nov 27 2009 18:43:38

What are the U.S. President, Congressional Republicans and Sarah Palin most thankful for, and what are their biggest messes.

Crashing...big time!updated Fri Nov 27 2009 18:29:38

Uninvited guests at the Obamas' first official state dinner grab headlines, but it's no laughing matter for the U.S. Secret Service.

Obama's away, Palin's at playupdated Fri Nov 20 2009 22:34:37

The president journeys to Asia, while Sarah Palin comes-down from Alaska. We follow their trials and travels.

Palin's perplexing plansupdated Fri Nov 20 2009 22:03:53

Is Sarah Palin just selling a book or selling herself too?

The permanent paradeupdated Fri Nov 20 2009 21:48:31

When the president drives, he really d-r-i-v-e-s. Where does that convoy of cars actually come from?

Victory! (well, sort of)updated Fri Nov 13 2009 21:33:29

Democrats in the U.S. House of Reps are celebrating, but is the health care bill "dead on arrival" in the U.S. Senate.

Thorny issue emergesupdated Fri Nov 13 2009 20:51:10

As if passing health care wasn't hard enough, abortion becomes a mini-drama and splits the dems.

Kids show cameoupdated Fri Nov 13 2009 20:07:17

The First Lady makes an appearance on the longest-running children's show on U.S. television

Obama plus oneupdated Fri Nov 06 2009 22:30:03

A look at the U.S. President's global popularity one year after his election. Our international correspondents gauge reaction around the world.

Republican reboundupdated Fri Nov 06 2009 21:18:22

The G.O.P. has two big wins this week when Americans hit the polls. Were voters making a statement about their President and his policies?

Promises and portraitsupdated Fri Nov 06 2009 20:52:39

Analysis of the biggest Obama campaign promises kept and biggest ones broken. Plus, is Presidential portrait painting still practiced?

Healthy Choices?updated Fri Oct 30 2009 22:43:52

The U.S. House of Representatives unveils a health care reform bill, as the Senate's draft makes some members sick.

The Cost of Warupdated Fri Oct 30 2009 22:09:46

The U.S. president receives the remains of 18 Americans killed in Afghanistan, while spending for the wars increases.pm.1.healthy.choices

Hatoyama Croonsupdated Fri Oct 30 2009 21:55:38

The Japanese Prime Minister is singing a different tune, but this one isn't strictly political.

The president has the floorupdated Fri Oct 23 2009 22:06:00

President Obama's favorite metaphor lately seems to be a mop. We get a handle on it.

The bonus backlashupdated Fri Oct 23 2009 21:13:35

The Obama administration slashes top salaries at companies that got big bailouts.

Radio activeupdated Fri Oct 23 2009 21:07:48

'Talk radio' is a powerful force in U.S. politics, but why does one point of view seem to rule the waves?

Obama ducks gay soldiers pledge -- for nowupdated Sat Oct 17 2009 07:20:31

The United States is fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan but there are thousands of troops caught-up in a very different battle and President Barack Obama is promising to win it.

Can Snowe melt the opposition?updated Fri Oct 16 2009 21:04:54

The president's healthcare plan gets a boost from Republican Senator Olympia Snowe. Will her colleagues warm to it?

The President's promise and the pressureupdated Fri Oct 16 2009 20:45:31

Gay and Lesbian Americans voted overwhelmingly for Barack Obama. Now they're waiting to for him to pay them back.

A Room with a Viewupdated Fri Oct 16 2009 20:41:40

Your chance to live right next door to the Obamas. Almost.

A Love Note from Norwayupdated Fri Oct 09 2009 21:54:45

The Nobel Prize for Peace goes to President Barack Obama barely nine months into his term.

What's the Point for the Presidentupdated Fri Oct 09 2009 21:33:23

Does the world's most prestigious prize actually make anything easier for the president?

The verdict from videoupdated Fri Oct 09 2009 21:24:12

The Nobel Committee likes him, but have a look about what they're saying about Obama on TV.

Commentary: McChrystal puts U.S. on noticeupdated Fri Oct 09 2009 08:53:03

The most talked-about man in American politics isn't in America or in politics.

Talking to Tehranupdated Sat Oct 03 2009 00:24:49

The U.S. and Iran hold rare talks on Tehran's nuclear ambitions.

War over War?updated Sat Oct 03 2009 00:03:24

U.S. President Barack Obama and his advisers are reportedly split on whether to send more troops to Afghanistan.

Going for Goldupdated Fri Oct 02 2009 23:53:36

President Obama back on the campaign trail, but was he successful this time around?

Obama's Afghanistan dilemmaupdated Fri Oct 02 2009 12:35:06

How much will Barack Obama bet on Afghanistan?

Obama's new openingupdated Fri Sep 25 2009 20:11:15

With world leaders gathered at the UN and G20 Summit, Barack Obama launches Washington in a new direction.

His goals, his gambleupdated Fri Sep 25 2009 19:19:18

Foreign policy is all about foreign problems. Can the US president really achieve what's on his agenda?

Mo' Moammarupdated Fri Sep 25 2009 18:43:52

The Libyan leader, the longest handshake and some other diplomatic 'doozies.'

Comment: When will the U.S. deal with global warming?updated Fri Sep 25 2009 07:39:46

The United States has its first black president, but it may have to wait to get a green one. Right now, Barack Obama has his hands full.

An ugly color of controversyupdated Fri Sep 18 2009 21:51:11

Are president Obama's opponents using racist imagery and anger to fight his initiatives?

The changing face of U.S. leadershipupdated Fri Sep 18 2009 20:39:02

Our analysts say the talk about race is part of a bigger ethnic transformation of the USA.

Anything to declare?updated Fri Sep 18 2009 19:26:00

Does U.S. President Obama need a passport while traveling?

Comment: Why race is not Obama's biggest problemupdated Fri Sep 18 2009 09:06:23

Are white Americans turning against Barack Obama because of the color of his skin?

Is nasty the new normal?updated Fri Sep 11 2009 19:45:50

Is an insulting accusation on live TV any different from the politics of talk shows and town-hall meetings?

Forget the outburst.How about something more.Intimateupdated Fri Sep 11 2009 18:49:32

American politicians rarely get rude publicly, unless they think they're speaking privately

Comment: Despite apology, furor continues over health plansupdated Thu Sep 10 2009 11:06:05

U.S. President Barack Obama announced this week that the "time for bickering is over" and then found out just how wrong he could be.

Could George W. Bush end up behind bars?updated Fri Sep 04 2009 10:52:47

Could George W. Bush or some of his top aides end up behind bars?

Ted Kennedy: Absent but still inspiringupdated Fri Aug 28 2009 08:40:00

For the first time in more than 60 years, America is without a Kennedy on the national stage and it's more than just a sentimental loss to President Barack Obama.

Obama at risk from gun-toting protesters?updated Fri Aug 21 2009 09:34:56

Is the anger in American politics edging towards violence?

Obama feels summer heat over healthcareupdated Fri Aug 14 2009 10:08:41

Washington D.C. is hot in the summer but President Barack Obama is learning that outside the capital right now it's even hotter.

Comment: White House beers can't disguise race issuesupdated Fri Jul 31 2009 11:10:31

It may have been the most famous "happy hour" in modern American history.

Comment: Is Obama ailing on health care?updated Fri Jul 24 2009 08:23:45

U.S. President Barack Obama is trying to reform American health care, and it may be weakening the pulse of his presidency.

No escape from Guantanamo for Obamaupdated Fri Jul 17 2009 09:02:41

There are more than 200 men behind bars in the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In a way, U.S. President Barack Obama is trapped there too.

Obama distances himself from Jackson sagaupdated Fri Jul 10 2009 08:38:06

They were the two most famous African-Americans in the world: President Barack Obama and Michael Jackson.

Obama's bid to shoot down U.S. jet fighterupdated Fri Jul 03 2009 08:54:26

President Barack Obama has accomplished some extraordinary things but can he really shoot down a fighter jet?

Obama walks tightrope on Iranupdated Fri Jun 19 2009 11:48:25

Protesters were on the streets of Tehran all week, demanding real democracy. Where, some people were asking, was U.S. President Obama?

Is Sarah Palin running for president?updated Fri Jun 12 2009 08:54:34

Has Sarah Palin started running for president? In the last week alone, the Alaska governor appeared at a Republican fundraiser in Washington D.C., attended a baseball game in New York and even led a small-town parade on the U.S. east coast, 5,000 kilometers from her small town on the western side of the continent.

Can Obama jump start U.S. auto industry?updated Fri Jun 05 2009 08:45:46

U.S. President Barack Obama is visiting the Middle East and Europe this week pursuing diplomacy and dialogue, trying to renew faith in America.

Obama's historic, Hispanic choiceupdated Fri May 29 2009 08:01:52

There are more Hispanics in the U.S. than Spaniards in Spain.

Obama's other womanupdated Fri May 22 2009 09:30:26

Barack Obama is a married man but there's another woman with a hold on him that his wife can never match: she runs the House.

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