President Obama delivered his jobs bill to Congress Monday. He also gave legislators a nudge to put politics aside to put Americans to work. But how easy is that? A recent study showed some companies cannot find enough skilled workers despite a high number of Americans looking for work.
When the monthly numbers came out last Friday, unemployment was still above 9 percent and the economy created no jobs--none; zero; zilch. The Republican presidential candidates quickly took the president to task while Mr. Obama was in “I’ve gotta get out there with a plan” mode.
The Republican National Committee is criticizing President Barack Obama for attending a fundraiser in Chicago Wednesday night.Illinois GOP Chairman Pat Brady says the President should instead focus on job creation.
President Obama and congressional leaders met Tuesday in hopes of reaching a bipartisan agreement on the debt limit. This marks the group’s third meeting in as many days; there’s been little movement along party lines.
The nation's largest education union has endorsed President Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign. Members of the National Education Association voted to support Obama on Monday at their annual convention in Chicago. In a statement, NEA President Dennis Van Roekel says Obama and the uni
President Barack Obama will host the NATO and G-8 summits in Chicago next year. The president announced the summits in his prime-time address to the nation Wednesday night.World leaders will gather in Chicago in May of 2012 to discuss the future of coalition operations in Afghanistan.The U.S.