William Daley

"Here's the one thing I can say for certain," Obama said. "That, if they had asked me, I would have said there is no way
Joe Biden was almost replaced as President Obama's 2012 VP candidate, a new book claims.
“I was vocal about looking into a whole bunch of things, and this was one of them,” he said. Joe Biden was almost replaced
After spending most of his 59 years behind bars for a crime he almost certainly did not commit, Stanley Wrice could finally taste freedom. Everything was going his way -- or so it seemed.
There is an upcoming test case which that help to determine whether nepotism is actually dying in Illinois, or if it is poised to come roaring back. This pass/fail test is for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
And so it goes, the revolving door between government service and big money in the private sector spinning so fast it becomes an irresistible force hurling politics and high finance together so completely it's impossible to tell one from the other.
"It's unfortunate that [Daley] is being replaced by someone who oversaw a Citigroup unit that profited off the housing collapse
Daley's new role has not been fully defined. However, in recent weeks, he has focused more on managing relations with those
Nevertheless, in several rounds of negotiations, the Obama administration has continued to press for a hard-line patent regime
At the time, Brook Baker, a law professor at Northeastern University and a member of the board at the Health Global Access
James Carville may be right: Obama ran on hope and change. And right now we desperately need change.
Yet there have still been missteps. There was the largely symbolic gaffe of being unable to schedule a date for the president's
President Obama's $35,800-a-plate fund-raising dinner was the talk of Wall Street last week. Read more on The New York Times
The egregious mis-characterization of Obama's outlook has profound consequences for our nation's well-being. Three areas in particular warrant scrutiny.
WATCH Daley's comments here: View more videos at: http://www.nbcchicago.com. Daley, who was in Wheaton to attend a fundraising
White House efforts to bring Congressional leaders together Thursday to kick off bipartisan budget talks are already hitting
Last month, Daley owned nearly $7.7 million in JPMorgan Chase stock, which, had he held onto it, would have presented a potential
Corporate business interests have had a strangle hold on Washington for many decades now. And the President's kneeling reveals that there is no easy way to break this corporate death grip.
President Barack Obama will walk across Lafayette Park on Monday to address the United States Chamber of Commerce at its headquarters. What should he tell them?
Dimon has worked hard over the years to sell investors and analysts on the notion that JPMorgan doesn't play by the same