bipartisanship

State of the Union: Obama Eager to Fix Health Reform Law

In his State of the Union address, President Obama didn't shy away from tackling the ongoing questions about the health care reform law head on. And though he opened with a joke, he made it clear that while he's serious about repairing any flaws in the law, repeal is not an option.

Bipartisan Debt Proposal Fails to Get the Votes

President Obama's bipartisan National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform voted Friday on whether to approve its own recommendations, and failed to get the 14 votes from its members required to send its proposal to Congress. But don't count out deficit reduction quite yet.

The State of the Union
Will Depend on Jobs

During his address Wednesday night, look for President Obama to focus on solutions for problem No. 1: The lack of jobs. Employment growth will determine not just the economy's fate, but also that of the Democratic majorities in Congress -- and possibly of Obama's presidency.