Presidential speechwriters got $30,000 bumps in their salaries.
The owner of an Indianapolis PR firm sat with Michelle Obama during the speech.
Amid recession, the Indianapolis-based firm has experienced 200 percent growth.
Newsletters preceded community organizing.
Does the congressional race in upstate New York foreshadow a significant shift for both political parties?
Obama took his healthcare discussion to BlogTalkRadio—a social media platform we touted years ago.
League removes tape of Obama first pitch from The Daily Show Web site.
Illinois treasurer Alexi Giannoulias, a pal of the president’s, does a great Obama impersonation—too bad it’s not a joke.
ABC's senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper dishes on the eating habits of reporters traveling with Obama this week. (By the way, TOTD stands for Tweet of the Day.)
It rebranded the “War on Terror” the “Overseas Contingency Operation.” That’s right; the U.S. government is going to synergize the bad guys.
The first installment in our ongoing series, Tweet of the Day, is historic—the tweet, not the installment.
Days after the election, what are conservative talking heads saying about Obama?
Barack Obama's 30-minute commercial was sort of similar to Ross Perot's 1992 infomercial—sort of.
How will the McCain campaign respond to an aggressive new Web site from his opponent?
John McCain didn’t make eye contact with Barack Obama during their first debate. So what?
Why were mainstream media so quick to vilify Jeremiah Wright, but haven't touched Thomas Muthee—Sarah Palin's witch hunter?