The monthly average in 2014 is down substantially from 2013.
The highlights from the New Yorker's new profile of the vice president.
Obama outpaces Bush on empathy but doubts about his ability to do the job remain.
It more-or-less started with Dukakis, but now has another, very specific meaning.
That's more than George W. Bush or Ronald Reagan. Bill Clinton's still got him beat, though.
Obama suggests GOP resistance is as personal as it is political.
Nearly every moment has been Obama's Katrina moment, apparently.
Who needs impeachment when you're suing the guy?
72 percent of American Muslims approve of Obama, according to a new poll.