President Obama and the first family earned about two-thirds less in 2010 than the year before, and donated about 14% of their income to charity.
CNN's Ed Henry takes a look at the Obama administration and how it's handling the coalition bombing campaign in Libya.
The Obama administration will issue a proposal later this week recommending the gradual elimination of government-sponsored mortgage backers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a White House official said Wednesday.
The Obama administration and congressional leaders have begun talks toward a deal on extending Bush-era tax cuts, President Obama said after a meeting with representatives of both parties Tuesday.
President meets business leaders in Mumbai, showcasing U.S.-India trade deals. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
The president and the top Senate Democrat signaled Wednesday they would try during the lame-duck session at the end of the year to push for a repeal of the military ban against openly gay troops serving in the military, but the hurdles for success loom large.
CNN's Ed Henry reports on President Obama's post-election phone call congratulating Rep. John Boehner.
President Obama will announce Friday that he's appointing Harvard law professor Elizabeth Warren to play a key role in crafting the consumer financial protection bureau that was her idea in the first place.
President Obama plans to name Elizabeth Warren as a presidential assistant and special adviser to the Treasury Secretary this week to help lay the groundwork for the new consumer financial protection bureau, sources tell CNN.
Pres. Obama advises Pastor Terry Jones to rethink plans to burn copies of the Quran on 9/11. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
Black farmers are still waiting for a $1.25 billion settlement in a bias case. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
President Obama has a lot of convincing to do as he visits the Florida panhandle. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
Some allies are not happy with the Obama administration's handling of the Gulf Coast oil spill. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
The Obama administration will propose new legislation that would allow the government to block excessive rate hikes by health insurance companies, a senior administration official told CNN Sunday.
White House officials say the accused Christmas day bomber has been cooperating with the FBI. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
The President's address focused on jobs and the pain of a down economy. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
President Obama speaks out against the attempted terror attack on a U.S. plane. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
It's tough covering the president, as CNN's Ed Henry demonstrates in Hawaii where the Obamas are vacationing.
With the federal government inching close to the debt ceiling, the Senate on Thursday passed a $290 billion increase to the amount of debt the Treasury is allowed to have.
President Barack Obama announced what he called a "meaningful and unprecedented" climate change deal with China and other key nations that was expected to be sealed before the president headed home from the Copenhagen summit late Friday.
The House on Wednesday narrowly passed a $290 billion increase to the amount of debt the Treasury is allowed to have. Currently, the debt ceiling is set at $12.104 trillion, and if the Senate passes the House-approved increase, it would rise to $12.394 trillion.
New pay restrictions were unveiled Friday for hundreds of top employees at the nation's biggest bailout recipients, representing the latest effort aimed at protecting taxpayers' investment.
President Obama will meet with the chief executives of several big banks next week, in an effort to help spur greater lending to consumers and small businesses, two senior White House officials told CNN Wednesday.
CNN's Ed Henry sits down with President Obama as he continues his Asian tour in China.
President Obama and Mrs. Obama make their final pitch in support of Chicago's Olympic bid. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
The White House found itself on the defensive Friday over what would ordinarily be considered the most uncontroversial of events: a back-to-school speech to the nation's children.
Tom Ridge says politics may have played a role in threat level decisions in the Bush administration. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
President Obama's health care proposals seem like pie-in-the-sky to some in big sky country, Ed Henry reports.
President Barack Obama signed a bill Friday morning that breathes new life into the popular Cash for Clunkers program.
White House economic adviser Christina Romer declared the president's stimulus plan "absolutely" is working to slow the economy's decline, though she still held open the possibility of a second stimulus package a few months down the road.
The Senate voted 60-37 passing a $2 billion extension of the popular Cash for Clunkers program Thursday evening, as lawmakers rushed to finish business before their August recess.
A lot was supposed to happen on health reform before Congress went on summer vacation. Turns out, a lot didn't. End result: The heavy lifting on health reform legislation has been pushed to the fall.
Pres. Obama's trip to Ghana was marked by emotional moments and a message of tough love to Africans. Ed Henry reports.
CNN's Ed Henry sits down with President Obama in Moscow to discuss his visit to the Kremlin.
CNN's Ed Henry interviews the Holocaust Museum security officers who helped stop further bloodshed.
I knew my first visit to the American Cemetery at Normandy would be emotional, but I really had no idea I'd be tearing up literally within about eight minutes of walking the rows of bone-white gravestones.
Obama aides downplay a new tape from Osama bin Laden as the president starts his Middle East trip. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
Congress on Wednesday sent to President Obama a bill that makes it tougher for credit card issuers to raise fees and interest rates.
Regulators have delayed releasing the results of stress tests conducted on the nation's largest banks until May 7, government officials familiar with the matter said Friday.
The most amazing part of the exchange to me is that I didn't go into the East Room intending to ask President Obama about AIG.
CNN's Ed Henry explains President Obama did not answer his question on AIG.
President Obama pushes economic reform while meeting with world leaders in London. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
President Barack Obama named former Washington Gov. Gary Locke as his nominee for commerce secretary Wednesday.
During the first couple of weeks of his presidency, Barack Obama has made good use of his "spiffy" new ride.
President Obama talks about his first flight aboard Air Force one since he took office.
Tens of billions smaller and more precisely targeted.
The White House insists that it was entirely former Sen. Tom Daschle's decision to withdraw his nomination, but some observers say he didn't have a choice.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs answers questions about Tom Daschle's HHS withdrawal.
Pres. Obama has retaken the oath of office after lines were flubbed Tuesday. CNN's Ed Henry and Jeffrey Toobin report.
President-elect Barack Obama on Thursday said Congress must take "dramatic action" on his economic aid package as soon as possible, warning that a failure to do so would have devastating long-term consequences for the nation.
President-elect Barack Obama details plans for a tax cut and a web site designed to hold government accountable.
President Bush hosts key members of his team for a goodbye dinner. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
President-elect Barack Obama is expected to nominate Harvard economist Lawrence Summers as head of the National Economic Council, making him Obama's top economic adviser in the White House, two sources close to the transition told CNN.
CNN's Ed Henry reports on what real people in Ohio are saying about the GOP choices for Vice President.
CNN'S Ed Henry reports on the death of former White House press secretary Tony Snow.
CNN journalists who worked -- and sometimes clashed -- with Tony Snow recalled his warm personality, strength of conviction and intellect Saturday.
President Bush will ask Congress Wednesday to lift the ban on offshore drilling, White House Press Secretary Dana Perino said Tuesday.
Can the president or Congress do anything about rising gas prices? Ed Henry reports.
A rocket into Israel from Gaza is a reminder of the difficulty of reaching peace in the Mideast. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
The U.S. says it has proof that Syria was building a nuclear reactor for military purposes. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
White House says North Korea helped Syria build a nuclear reactor. CNN's Ed Henry reports
President Bush is in New Orleans. CNN's Ed Henry talks about what can be expected from the summit with Mexico and Canada.
Ed Henry looks at how the presidential contenders are wooing the Catholic vote.
Major League Baseball player Mike Piazza talks with CNN's Ed Henry about seeing Pope Benedict's Mass in Washington.
President Bush acknowledges a strain on troops, promising a reduction in length of combat tours. CNN's Ed Henry reports
The Federal Reserve would have the power to regulate virtually the entire banking and securities industry under proposals to be unveiled Monday by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, according to a summary of the proposals provided to CNN late Friday.
President Bush speaks out about China's treatment of Tibetan demonstrators. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
In his final State of the Union speech, Bush focuses on two issues that will define his legacy. CNN's Ed Henry reports
U.S. presidential candidates weigh in on the crisis in Pakistan. CNN's Ed Henry reports
The CIA director testifies in secret while a former officer says waterboarding was used. CNN's Ed Henry reports
Israeli Palestinian leaders vow for a middle east peace accord. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
Two sisters create an online treasure hunt that gives thanks to military families. CNN's Ed Henry reports
Attorney General nominee Michael Mukasey's evasive answers on torture raise concerns. CNN's Ed Henry reports
CNN's Ed Henry reports on how much money is really at stake in President Bush's war funding request.
CNN's Ed Henry reports from San Diego on President Bush's visit to fire-ravaged Southern California.
Republicans respond to blistering criticism on the Iraq war from retired Gen. Ricardo Sanchez. CNN's Ed Henry reports
First lady Laura Bush was "resting comfortably at the White House" on Saturday after successful surgery to relieve pressure on pinched nerves in her neck, her press secretary Sally McDonough said in a statement.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta describes the procedure being performed on the first lady's neck
Bush gives in, Gonzales goes
Cheney's procedure successful
Bush preaches patience in Iraq
Embattled World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz and the White House were in talks Wednesday afternoon with World Bank officials to work out details of his resignation, senior administration officials told CNN.
Harriet Miers took her name out of consideration for the Supreme Court on Thursday amid a brewing showdown over White House documents. But some lawmakers and observers suggest that the impasse was simply the most graceful exit possible for a floundering nominee.
President Bush on Thursday accepted the withdrawal of Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers after weeks of opposition from both liberals and conservatives, who questioned her qualifications and record.
Police blew up suspicious packages in a car parked near the U.S. Capitol on Friday, more than two hours after the two occupants told authorities the vehicle contained a bomb.
Viewers expect pundits to dispense b.s. on cable-news debate shows. But it's considered poor form to use the actual word.
Time Inc. announced Thursday it will turn over the subpoenaed records from journalist Matt Cooper regarding the leak of a CIA operative's name, following a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court not to hear an appeal in the case.