Articles by Skiba, Katherine
A spectacle of precision, marred only by one memorably flubbed line, for President Barack Obama.
Much of the cash would go toward infrastructure, education, energy, and healthcare, but not defense.
Some proposed tax relief provisions could get scrapped, while others could be added.
GOP plans push-back against the Democrats' ideas.
Obama has emphasized tax relief to assuage skeptical Republicans, but some economists are wary.
Despite calling himself 'junior senator from Illinois,' Burris was not allowed to assume Obama's seat.
Even critics praise her political skills, which will be tested by the debate over a stimulus package.
A political scientist offers his thoughts on how Obama should reform government to bring change.
As lawmakers, Obama eye billions in infrastructure spending, lobbyists scramble for pieces of the pie.
New report cites federal officials for "lax safety standards and enforcement" involving imported toys.