Walsh, Kenneth T.
Articles by Walsh, Kenneth T.
About 58 percent of Americans favor increased government spending to turn around the tumbling economy.
In interviews with several networks, Obama says he made a mistake in choosing Daschle.
Spokesman Robert Gibbs describes Obama's first minutes in the Oval Office and his plans going forward.
Despite the president's efforts, partisanship is alive and well in Washington D.C.
Presidents usually don't take sides in big sporting events. Not Obama.
Obama's advisers are still optimistic that they can change the tone in D.C.
President woos GOP lawmakers, but also need to make his case directly to Americans.
Obama is a conciliator, but sometimes a president must come out swinging to get his way in Washington.
The veep will carve out a more prominent role in coming weeks, insiders say.
Why spokesman Robert Gibbs and White House news correspondents got off to a prickly start.