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The general may have his eye on the Oval Office.
How does Bush's new low of 27 percent stack up against other U.S. presidents?
Hoover and FDR acted, writes Amity Shlaes, but not always for the better.
White House chiefs of staff emphasize governing over partisanship for the future president.
Roosevelt was the youngest at 42; Barack Obama is 47.
Many candidates have had little elected experience prior to becoming president.
Ten were Episcopalian like John McCain, while Obama's United Church of Christ didn't make the top five.
Historian Gil Troy talks about the promise of centrism in the 2008 presidential election.
The National War Powers Commission calls for getting rid of the act.
A high-profile panel calls for better rules for a president and Congress before a military conflict.