The 1963 recording, released by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, reveals presidential doubts about the program
The pomp and circumstance of the inauguration will give way to these tough governing tasks ahead
As pundits rush to apply historical significance to any big event, from the Challenger disaster to slaying Osama, real meaning can be trivialized
The talk show host remains a powerful microphone for a White House looking to regain the 2008 magic
At the MPSA conference in Chicago, thousands of attendees heard, among other things, a presentation on how we can be lured to vote more often
New research explains why those we rely upon for advice so frequently lead us astray
At a Q & A in Chicago, Sotomayor talks candidly about her confirmation hearing and life on the court
Chicago is struggling with hard times. Can the new mayor bring it back to glory?
The ruling on Emanuel's eligibility could come as early as today
A ruling that defies common sense
A tone-deaf Obama calls $172,000 "relatively modest," while Gibbs departs the White House to cash in on speaking appearances
Declining to seek re-election, the longtime mayor of Chicago is a man of vision and finesse whose work may be undone by harsh economic times
A 15-year-old lawsuit, the most heavily litigated by the government, may finally come to an end. But would a $3.4 billion settlement be enough for Indians?