The top-ten reputational crises of 2012. James Warren reports.
James Warren was an editor at large for The Daily Beast and former managing editor and Washington bureau chief of the Chicago Tribune. He was a founder of the Chicago News Cooperative, a nonprofit that for more than two years produced Chicago content, including his twice-weekly column, for the Chicago edition of The New York Times. He's also an MSNBC analyst. His recent awards include ones for column writing from the Education Writers Association and the Annie E. Casey Foundation for pieces on poverty and families.
Could Peter Roskam, who cut deals with the president back when they were cub state legislators, be a key GOP bridge to the White House?
A new survey shows that you’re more likely to spend a ratty dollar bill than a crisp new one. By James Warren.
David Axelrod tells a Chicago audience he was surprised by the Romney team’s missed opportunities. By James Warren.
He was MIA from Congress for months, thanks to a loophole that lets lawmakers sit out as long as they want.
Once considered a potential presidential candidate, the congressman and son of the famous civil-rights leader resigned his House seat as he negotiates with federal prosecutors. James Warren reports.
The attorney general defends his decision to delay informing Obama about the Petraeus probe. But several ex-Justice officials think Holder erred.
Expect the unexpected, say people who know the president well. James Warren on what’s in store for the next four years.