This time, a small child. But why? Why?!?
Some worry that nobody will want to buy the more expensive, fuel-efficient cars.
How today's meeting between our president and Israel's prime minister went down.
And more celebrity revelations, in our daily gossip roundup.
Instead of griping about not getting an honorary degree, he turns it into a life lesson.
In a stark reversal, he tries to block the release of photos showing detainee abuse in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Obama administration is considering regulating compensation in the financial-services industry, and beyond.
Robert Gibbs tells annoying interest groups to chill out.
The mustard company is the latest to pen an annoying letter to Obama.
Val Kilmer's not really running for governor of New Mexico, Christopher Hitches said a kind of iffy thing about Wanda Sykes, and Elizabeth Banks is allergic to French pollen. And more dish from Washington's prom on Saturday night.
Clearly, the vice-president has gone too far.
Why are they pledging to create $2 trillion in savings?
Also, saggy skinny jeans are not okay.
Barack Obama also makes the obvious joke about her arms.
Watch the president prove, finally, that he can be funny.
Is Obama a fancy elitist for eating Dijon mustard? We asked a farmer.
The dissident lenders attempting to block the sale of Chrysler's assets to Italy have given up.
His budget cuts target funding for detecting radiological and nuclear attacks on the city, which seems kind of important.
The talking robot living inside of the popular e-reader pronounces our president's name "Bay-rack Oh-bamma."