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President Barack Obama enters the new year with a growing number of Americans pessimistic about his policies and a growing number rooting for him to fail, according to a new national poll.
As the start of the next presidential campaign nears, a new national poll suggests that President Barack Obama's tax-cut compromise with congressional Republicans did not hurt his standing among Democrats, while former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin may be dropping in the eyes of Republicans.
For full results: click herePolitical Ticker- CNN 2012 Poll: Obama and Palin going in different directions?
Hawaii governor tells CNN senior White House correspondent Ed Henry that he vows to end Obama 'birther' controversy.Political Ticker: Hawaii governor vows to end Obama 'birther' controversy
In an exclusive interview airing Sunday, December 26 on CNN's State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano spoke about enhanced pat-downs at airport security and other efforts to combat terror attacks. A full transcript follows.
In an interview airing Sunday, December 26 on CNN's State of the Union with Candy Crowley, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs spoke about legislation passed by the lame duck congress, what’s next for 2011 and the last time President Obama smoked a cigarette. A full transcript of the interview follows.Political Ticker- Gibbs: Republicans are accountable now
Tonight, CNN’s John King interviewed Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) on the lame duck session in Congress. The full transcript follows.
Piers Morgan was wandering the halls of CNN recently and stopped into Joy Behar's office for a few minutes.
The 9pm host of HLN and the soon-to-be 9pm host of CNN riffed on current events – and their budding rivalry.For more, check out the full story on the Piers Morgan Tonight show page.
In these times of crisis, America needs leaders who are not just good, but great. CNN’s Fareed Zakaria interviews titans in business, government, and academia for insights on power, persuasion, command, and decision making. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen, corporate turnaround king Lou Gerstner, Yale University president and economist Rick Levin, and former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman talk to Zakaria about how to lead, and what qualities it takes to do it right. FULL POST