At the biggest Democratic event of the campaign season, Obama argued that the coming election is a choice between the past and the future rather than a referendum on his first two years in office.
Why would President Obama, whose legacy has been sabotaged by a housing crisis that Tom Donilon helped create and conceal, hire him to run the most sensitive position of public trust in his administration?
What happened to "hope" and "change"? Melber says Obama's campaign promises may not be dead yet.
As the Tea Partiers and the GOP's committed base amp up their efforts ahead of the fast-approaching midterms, the Democrats can't match the right's fervor. Where did they go so wrong in mobilizing their base?
Ari Berman and Chris Hayes ask why Republicans are fired up and ready to go while Democrats are just burnt out?
Bob Woodward's Obama's Wars is essential reading for anyone seeking a map out of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
In Our Orbit: Tom Engelhardt's The American Way of War.
Surely Michelle Obama knows that this administration has thrown trillions at the banks in hope that they would respond with mortgage relief for struggling homeowners—and gotten nothing in return.
What can Obama learn from Abraham Lincoln about governing a divided nation, and what can we learn from Lincoln's example about guiding a president to more progressive policies?
The Obama administration has invoked the state secrets privilege for the second time in less than a month—this time in an effort to shut down discussion of the targeted killing of a US civilian who has not been charged of any crime.