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Recent photo showing the president firing a gun at Camp David does not earn many plaudits from gun-rights supporters
Texas governor and longtime Eagle Scout addressed the Texas Scouts' Report to State on Saturday
After a week of questions, the White House posted a picture of the president firing a rifle
Spending fight takes center stage in weekly addresses with Obama calling for "balanced approach," GOP hitting Dems on budget
Former president George W. Bush announces his beloved pet has died; releases portrait of the dog
Outgoing secretary of state tells the State Department she's leaving confident in the direction it's headed
In White House medal ceremony, Obama applauds "the greatest collection of brainpower we've had under this roof in a long time"
Vice president hails Germany as "critical partner," argues that the "fiscal crisis" is "less of a crisis than people think"
Steven Chu's the latest member of Obama's cabinet to move on; his departure was not unexpected
With the report showing continued job growth, the White House touts ongoing recovery, despite an uptick in the unemployment rate
Ethics committee is reviewing whether the New Jersey Democratic senator inappropriately accepted gifts from political donor who is now under investigation
New Pew poll finds Americans view government with suspicion and frustration; Congress still dramatically unpopular
Chuck Hagel's performance at his confirmation hearing was not up to par but the White House isn't worried about his prospects
Americans overwhelmingly support a new Pentagon policy change regarding women in combat, according to a new CBS News poll
Bill now goes to White House for Obama's signature, staving off threat of default for a few months
The TV and radio personality says he may run for the Senate in New Jersey in 2014
Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Stephen Lynch's candidacy dashes hopes of party leaders who hoped to avoid a messy primary
Senate looking to push through immigration bill by "late spring or summer"
In his first trip abroad in his second term as vice president, Joe Biden will meet with the leaders of Germany, France and the U.K.
More than nine out of 10 voters in three states support closing the gun show loophole