John Kasich opponent "disappointed" by personal slams
The Democratic candidate for Ohio governor, Ed Fitzgerald, said Friday he was disappointed by "cheap" personal attacks following a news report that police two years ago responded to a call about the candidate and another woman in a car.
Ohio governor candidate disappointed by "cheap" attack
Democrat Ed FitzGerald and his wife are upset by a report about the candidate and another woman in a car
Obama signs bill "unlocking" cellphones
But how much of an impact will the highly popular law actually have?
Obama on Senate's CIA report: "We tortured some folks"
President Obama says the CIA's use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" amounted to "torture," and the U.S. has to take responsibility for that.
Obama: America "does not control everything"
Asked about his inability to solve crises in Ukraine, Iraq, and elsewhere, President Obama emphasizes his administration's hard work but notes the limits of American power.
Obama: "We tortured some folks" after 9/11
But president says Americans should not be too "sanctimonious" about passing judgment
Obama: Criticism of John Kerry on Israel and Gaza "unfair"
President Obama weighs in on the latest developments in the fighting between Israel and Hamas and praises Secretary of State John Kerry's efforts to end the conflict.
Obama: Congress ducking "big ticket items" like immigration
President Obama slams Republicans for stalling action on a variety of issues in Congress.
Obama hails "six-month streak" of robust job growth
President Obama praises Friday's unemployment report, which showed the U.S. economy adding 209,000 jobs in July, but says Congress could do more to help the economy.
Obama defends U.S. foreign policy: "It's not neat and it's not smooth"
As global crises escalate in the Middle East, Ukraine and elsewhere, the president argues the United States hasn't lost its diplomatic influence