Forget the primetime interviews or the formal, choreographed news conferences. President Barack Obama is taking to Twitter to muse about sports, pop culture, even Supreme Court rulings -- at all hours of the day.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Eyes glistening, President Barack Obama bid an affectionate farewell Friday to Attorney General Eric Holder. It was a sequel to an emotional going-away at the White House last year, but this tribute came with a soulful surprise.
Programming note: As part of our Town Hall series, Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m., Eric Scott and our news department will air a program entitled “Vaccinations.”
Since vaccinations have eradicated some of the most deadly diseases in recent memory, concern still exists over the link between the rise of autism in children and the possible link to vaccinations...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi was the odd person out when the Democratic-led Senate and the Democratic president joined most House Republicans in backing a $1.1 trillion spending bill she opposed.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Republicans pressed ahead with a $1.1 trillion government-wide spending bill Thursday despite genuine anger among Democrats whose votes they need for passage, and lingering opposition from tea party Republicans who see more in the measure to dislike than like.