December 7th, 2010
02:22 PM ET
WASHINGTON (CNN) –The metaphorical ink is still barely dry on the long, flowery press release President Obama sent out last Friday reacting to the drastic budget cuts proposed by the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform that he appointed.
"Jobs and growth are our most urgent need," the president said Friday.
"But if we want an America that can compete for the jobs of tomorrow, we simply cannot allow our nation to be dragged down by our debt. We must correct our fiscal course."
November 19th, 2010
04:15 PM ET
WASHINGTON - After months of all-out political war with the nation's most powerful business lobby, President Obama appears to be on the verge of launching a dramatic peace offering to the president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Tom Donohue.
Two sources familiar with the negotiations tell me that Obama was giving serious consideration to going into the lion's den and delivering a speech at a Dec. 2 jobs summit hosted by Donohue, whose organization just spent tens of millions of dollars trying to bring the President's agenda to a screeching halt by helping to elect more pro-business lawmakers in the midterm election.
November 12th, 2010
12:29 PM ET
Seoul, South Korea (CNN) - The bottom line on the Bush-era tax cuts for the rich is that President Obama has not caved in on extending them - yet. But check back next week when Congress returns for its lame-duck session.
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November 5th, 2010
10:23 AM ET
Washington (CNN) – As I walked into the East Room for President Obama's post-shellacking news conference, a colleague from another organization joked, "Get ready for 17 versions of the same question."
I laughed because his point was true, many of us in the White House press corps were about to ask Obama several versions of the same question: After losing more than 60 seats in the House and several in the Senate, did you really hear the message from voters?
In short, do you get it?
October 29th, 2010
05:55 PM ET
Washington (CNN) - The point that many people seem to be missing in the Florida Senate saga is that this whole mess actually has very little to do with Rep. Kendrick Meek or the Sunshine State - it's all about a much broader fear among senior Democrats that they may be about to lose control of the chamber.
There are some fascinating inside details I've been able to piece together about how and why this Meek story exploded into the public
For the complete Henry in the House, check out CNN.com