Obama, Biden release financial disclosure reports

The White House has released 2012 financial disclosure reports from President Obama and Vice President Biden.

Obama's report is here. Biden's is here.

"Neither the President nor the Vice President have any conflicts of interest, and their reports have been reviewed and certified by the independent Office of Government Ethics," spokesman Jay Carney said in a statement. "We are continuing this Administration's practice of posting these forms online here in the interests of transparency."

The president continued to profit from his non-fiction books, earning royalties of between $100,000 and $1 million for his memoir, "Dreams of My Father," and children's book, "Of Thee I Sing." He earned between $50,000 and $100,000 in royalties from his 2006 book "The Audacity of Hope."

White House staff members' financial disclosure reports are expected to be on the Web site next month, Carney said.

Rachel Weiner covers local politics for The Washington Post.

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