Jonathan Alter is an award-winning author, columnist, reporter and television analyst. Since 2011, he has written a column for Bloomberg View, a worldwide commentary site housed under Bloomberg News. The Chicago native joins us to discuss his new book, The Center Holds: Obama and His Enemies. Read an excerpt.
President Obama proposed a $3.77 trillion budget for 2014 that would cut deficits by $1.8 trillion over the next decade. Eddie Arruza and his guests gauge market reaction to the potential cuts.
The first young immigrant in Illinois to receive work authorization under President Obama's deportation-relief order is now working for a U.S. congressman. We bring you his story.
President Obama had little time to relish his re-election. He is back in Washington working with legislators to try to avoid the looming fiscal cliff. We dive into what that cliff is, and whether it can be avoided.
President Barack Obama wins re-election as Mitt Romney concedes late Tuesday night.
Tonight is the final presidential debate. With 15 days to go, both campaigns are targeting the undecided voters in swing states. But, how much sway will this debate have? And what are the polls saying? Carol Marin and her guests have the latest on the presidential and congressional races.
Phil Ponce and his panel talk about President Obama’s election night party at McCormick Place. Watch the web-exclusive conversation.
Who came out on top after the first presidential debate? We have the analysis.
On Oct. 9, PBS’ FRONTLINE will present The Choice 2012, a two-hour long documentary outlining definitive portraits of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.