Which times? Let's take a look.
Still, he's the president, and he was on prime-time TV. Here's how everyone thought it went.
Sure, his press conference last night was boring. But is the alternative really better?
The greatest political analyst of any era is set to revolutionize the presidential presser.
The president addressed the former vice-president's recent criticism last night on '60 Minutes.'
How they nearly blew the theatrics of last night's 'Leno' appearance.
DVDs are okay. DVDs that don't work are ... useless.
We didn't expect the president to get so many laughs last night. Nor did we expect him to make a Special Olympics joke.
Who would've thought she'd go two whole months without a single traitorous act?
Obama should be fixing the economy, not filling out clearly inaccurate March Madness brackets.
Obama won't heed the calls for Timothy Geithner's resignation.
We're not just saying that. There are numbers!
Guess voting doesn't matter after all, kids!
The president's credibility and political clout may be on the line. But what can he do?
A federal agency is resisting court rulings that extend partner benefits to gay employees.
Despite resistance from both sides over the size of the bill, Congress voted to approve a spending measure that would keep the federal government working.
But he will continue to issue his own signing statements.
He'll further dismantle President Bush's legacy by signing an executive order repealing a ban on federally funded embryonic-stem-cell research.
At Ted Kennedy's musical birthday salute last night at the Kennedy Center (natch), the president took on a new role