Mike Lillis 07/03/15 11:45 AM EDT
Obama will need lawmakers to approve an ambassador and provide funds for an embassy.
President says GOP 2016 contenders will be "making a whole bunch of stuff up."
Millennial Republicans are urging GOP leaders to adopt an inclusive tone on gay marriage.
The president has called the flag a symbol of hate.
David Axelrod and Rahm Emanuel both sent emails to Clinton.
Rep. André Carson is one of only two Muslims in Congress.
“The list is long,” Obama said of his unfinished priorities.
Greece’s financial woes are “primarily of concern to Europe," the president said.
Obama expressed condolences for those killed in Tunisia.
White House says talks will extend past Tuesday's deadline.
Puerto Rico's governor says the island can't repay more than $70 billion in debt.
The signing ceremony gives Obama a chance to take a victory lap on trade.
Guests also discussed the ObamaCare ruling and the Confederate flag.
“We’re simply asking to be treated equally and fairly," Jim Obergefell said.
“I want to run a campaign where we do not give up on our principles,” he said.
“Put it in a museum and look at it anyway you’d like,” he said.
“They will go the path of Dr. Martin Luther King," the GOP presidential candidate said.
“I think so much of it was brilliant,” Huckabee said of Obama's eulogy in South Carolina.
The GOP presidential hopeful said his views are "changing rapidly."
“This is a global threat,” Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said.
Obama faced a tough two years after his 2012 reelection.
The reinstatement of Meadows could have implications in next year's leadership elections.
"It's just not in the cards," the veteran lawmaker said.
Cuba's government says the two countries will open their embassies on July 20.
President Obama is taking a more aggressive approach to the issue of race.
He argued he has credibility as the candidate to heal the dysfunction afflicting Washington.
Sources close to McConnell say there's virtually no chance he will go along with the idea.
The long-awaited regs would expand the ranks of those eligible for overtime.
The leaders kicked off two days of talks at the White House.
Josh Earnest said the decision won't hold back the administration’s clean power initiatives.
Boehner led a delegation to Lithuania over the weekend.
The Ohio governor will reportedly make the announcement at The Ohio State University.
Rep. Pete King blasted a report in The New York Times.
"We have to move toward a Medicare for all, single-payer system,” Sanders said.
“I am as motivated as ever before to repeal and replace this law," he said.
<p>“No question, the work is not done,” Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin said....
“People still get singled out for discrimination,” Mary Bonauto said.
“You can’t explain something with, ‘that’s the way we’ve always done it,’” Ted Olsen said.
“I would hope this is not the final round of talks,” Michael Hayden said.