A look back at the week in Washington: fighting against the Taliban and trying to trim the budget. play video
The GOP is trying to find a new voice and a new link with voters. It is looking up? Or looking desperate?
The first family's love affair with America's favorite food. (Make the president's medium-well, please)
A test of Presidential mettle as the young administration deals with a big health scare. And a senior Republican Senator defects to the Dems.
Whatever you make of this Presidential milestone, it really means there are one thousand, three hundred, fifty-something days to go.
Candidate Obama gave his word (actually lots of them). So how is he doing on the more than 500 campaign promises since taking the Oath?
"Political Mann" tours Washington, to see how the city has changed during Barack Obama's first 100 days as U.S. president.
How has Barack Obama affected the world, and how does the world view him, after his first 100 days in office?
See where the president and his puppy live, and find out what kind of Obama souvenirs are selling.
Secret instructions, extreme interrogation and a lot of unanswered questions. Plus, a Member of Congress on-tap?literally. And could Texas secede from the Union?
Peacemaking, a patriarch of post-racial politics and Paraguay's priest-turned-president becomes a proud Papa. Whew! Also a look at heated politics in Iceland.
Fact-checking White House claims about weapons recovered in Mexico. And did President Obama personally order the use of deadly force?
The Presidential agenda sounded more like a Hollywood movie this week. And is the economy really picking up?
It was a taxing week in the U.S. as thousands rallied against the President's policies. Are the so-called "tea parties" the start of a bigger movement?
For legs that is. And is President Obama really talking to the Dead?
Eight countries in six days. How U.S. President Barack Obama did on his whirlwind trip, and the work that piled up while he was gone.
How do you count 171 million ballots listing 12,000 parliamentary candidates? Very slowly.
Gone are the days of powdered wigs and hats. Now there's a lot more to see. Plus, presidential pottery sprouts an uproar.
Politics, money and a diplomatic minefield at the G-20, as President Obama makes his debut on the world stage. Was it a love-fest or London fog?
Leaders across the globe taking aim at the United States, all saying one thing: America, it's your fault.
What do you get for a woman who has everything - especially when the whole world is watching?
President Obama goes all-in with his budget - a hard sell even in a Democratic-run Congress. Will his massive PR blitz prevail, or is it Obama overload?
Two European prime ministers are on the way out, a former PM returns to power in Israel, and Australia's Rudd gets an unusual gift at the White House.
A politically-themed snack food with an off-colored name sparks controversy stateside.
A once obscure acronym is on the lips of just about every politician in Washington and a lot of angry taxpayers nationwide.
A blast from the past in Iranian politics, and how President Barack Obama is reaching out to the Islamic Republic.
Mix a senator with a Samurai, and you get an off-color suggestion for AIG executives.
Congress passes a spending plan, and Obama signs it - earmarks and all.
Why a president's signature is sometimes less than it seems.
Ahead of St. Patrick's Day, even Barack Obama is celebrating his Irish roots.
The economic news is bad, but President Obama urges optimism.
Obama's poll numbers may be high, but not on Wall Street.
What's black and white - and gray? A pair of newspaper articles about the president's hair.
Soaring spending and record deficits set off a big budget debate in Washington.
What will happen to the president's budget plan once Congress gets a hold of it?
The White House has seen the enemy, and it is kind of cute.
President Obama devotes billions to troubled mortgages, and commits thousands more troops to Afghanistan.
The new president is the new owner of one of the longest American conflicts in history.
Taking a look at the president's two tones in ties.
President Obama hits the road to sell his economic stimulus plan.
Israel votes, Zimbabwe welcomes a new partnership, and Germany's leader is a real doll.
Obama gets a bit banged up, but he's in good company.
President Obama defends his economic stimulus plan, as some of his nominees run into tax trouble.
The man who called for change, is now pushing for patience.
What are the Obamas eating in the White House, and who's paying?
President Obama earns his first legislative victory, but without any Republican support.
Obama's effort to get a stimulus plan passed, is only halfway over.
The White House music library has plenty to offer the Obamas - if they like the 70's.
President Obama doesn't waste any time, in bringing change to Washington .
Never mind the first 100 days - Obama doesn't wait to wait that long.
The Truth-O-Meter returns, with a new weapon in its arsenal.