Sony cyberattack was by "sophisticated actor," but White House doesn't implicate Pyongyang.
Obama will face reporters Friday before he departs for a 17-day Hawaiian vacation.
If Obama had the chance, "I'm sure he wouldn't turn it down," said Josh Earnest.
Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez joins Republicans in chorus of criticism.
Rajiv Shah has also been at the forefront of the overseas response to Ebola.
"People are concerned about ... how these cases are reviewed," said the panel chief.
"It shows a depth to them beyond just being great ballplayers," he said.
Rep. Hank Johnson wants additional oversight to investigations on police-involved deaths.
President said the league was "winging it" handling domestic violence cases.
OMB said it held a conference call Thursday out of an "abundance of caution."
Obama asked business to help "make a strong case" for the deal to Congress.
Obama administration urged the Senate “to support our veterans.”
The bill rolls back reductions in sodium in school lunches.
The president partially thanks his policies — including his signature healthcare law.
“The protection of our people are our top priorities," said an official.
The president said the CIA's methods did "significant damage to America's standing."
Antonio Weiss has come under scrutiny from Democrats.
Josh Earnest said reports of possible sanctions were "completely unfounded."
"My main message to them is that we're here to help," the president said.
President is pledging a robust effort to ensure the criminal justice system treats all people...