Tweets buzzed with news about Specter's decision all day long -- thousands of tweets pushed it to the top trended topic behind swine flu Tuesday -- his own feed was silent. Until today.
Obama's ambitions depend on his ability to nudge the news cycle away from the cable network- and Drudge-driven obsession with transient panics and cultural outrages. He's been partially successful so far.
Can the online innovations in entertainment TV change the game in politics and news as well?
The White House remains in full campaign mode every minute. It has been clear from the earliest days of his campaign that Barack Obama is all about focus and discipline.
We all know he can bring people together, but can he confront on issues and push forward implementing what's needed?
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Over the last 100 days, the nation has suffered a string of mass shootings taking the lives of 57 people in less than a month. The president's direct response to this gun violence has been minimal.
As unemployment rises, a college degree is more important than ever. We must do everything we can to make sure all eligible students can get the education they need to get ahead.
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"Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it" as Amerian George Santayana wrote. One of the best ways to understand Obama's first 100...
I have traveled to Washington many times since President Obama took office, and each time I go, I am struck by the action-oriented and economics-driven tone he has set for clean energy and global warming policy.
For those in favor of women's rights, the first 100 days of the Obama administration has been like a honeymoon. We've continually been reminded why we fell in love in the first place. Here's a report card.
As early as fall 2007, Obama made a strong commitment to a free-flowing, accessible and open Internet when he unveiled his new media agenda.
The media-driven "100 days" obsession assumes that we're passive actors in turning around the mess Obama has inherited.
Only the most rigid of traditionalists or activists could assess Michelle Obama with anything less than an "A" grade as the new First Lady.
We haven't seen a president willing to break with his predecessor by prioritizing regional diplomacy and humanitarian aid above military escalation. Here's why Obama gets a 'D' for his first 100 days in Afghanistan.