Wealth has become an issue in the presidential campaign, and it raises an interesting question: Has there ever been a common man as president?
All across Iowa next Tuesday, tens of thousands of Republican voters will travel through a chilly Midwestern night to the warmth of a local church or gymnasium for caucus meetings to select presidential candidates, the first voting in the 2012 election campaign.
With a wave of his hand, President Barack Obama on Wednesday gave two plump turkeys a Thanksgiving reprieve, noting that without his intervention, “they’d end up next to the mashed potatoes and stuffing.”
Rep. Michele Bachmann said Tuesday that America runs the risk of going the route of Greece, saying it’s time to “pick up a mirror and look into it.”
President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign now has a Minnesota outpost.
Amelia Santaniello had the unique opportunity to tour the White House’s garden and to talk with the First Family’s chef.
It’s one of the most iconic buildings in the United States. The White House is the President’s home, and Tuesday, WCCO-TV had a behind-the-scenes tour of the executive mansion.
Target Corp. says the head of its online business has left the company.
A Minnesota publisher is the new president of the National Newspaper Association.
Eric Kaler was inaugurated as the 16th president of the University of Minnesota on Thursday, using his inaugural address to stress the importance of quickly transforming the workings of the institution while preserving its historical commitments to affordable education and research.
Rick Perry is looking to make a strong first impression on the national stage. Mitt Romney is hoping for another flawless debate performance. And Michele Bachmann, perhaps, is shooting for relevance in what increasingly appears to be a two-man GOP presidential race.
President Barack Obama’s Midwestern tour is offering a mix of offense and defense that signals both his governing approach for the remainder of his term and the evolution of a campaign message for his re-election bid.
Whenever a United States president leaves the White House and heads for the “real” America, the opposition party complains about taxpayers bankrolling a political trip. But compared to previous presidents, how often is President Barack Obama on the road?
President Barack Obama accused Congress on Monday of putting politics ahead of the country and called on voters to tell lawmakers to cut it out, as he kicked off a three-day Midwestern bus tour aimed at promoting his economic ideas and countering Republican attacks.
Not wanting to be forgotten, Sarah Palin is back in the news. This time Palin says she can win the Presidential race. But will she enter it? Read the article from Newsweek.