The White House is largely staying on the sidelines, as financial drama unfolds in Greece.
President Obama has no plans to take a leading role in negotiating a deal.
The president is looking to seize on the momentum.
The president has called the flag a symbol of hate.
David Axelrod and Rahm Emanuel both sent emails to Clinton.
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.
The signing ceremony gives Obama a chance to take a victory lap on trade.
Obama adopts cadence of preacher in delivering South Carolina eulogy.
President hails Supreme Court's same-sex marriage in Rose Garden remarks.
The leaders “underscored the importance of continued P5+1 unity in ongoing negotiations."
The administration will tacitly permit families to make private ransom offers.
Obama caused a stir Monday by using the N-word to make a point.
The president discussed prejudice during an interview on a comedian's podcast.
“You all might have to attend fewer funerals,” he said. “Some families might still be whole.”
The president shared a private meal with Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg.
The president spoke with Gov. Nikki Haley and Sens. Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott.
Obama told those attending the picnic that democracy "can be contentious."