The nation’s first black president is encountering the limits of his power.
The University of Chicago reportedly beat out three other finalists for the library.
White House says policy against paying ransoms “is not going to change.”
“The U.S. economy is directly affected by the global economy," adviser Jason Furman said.
"The goal here is to advance the agenda," Josh Earnest told The Hill.
The president defended his pursuit of trade deals as "the right thing to do."
The president says labor unions and liberals should back “fast-track” legislation.
Controversy over how to describe the Ottoman Turks’ massacre of 1.5 million Armenians.
Obama said he wouldn't negotiate trade deals that were bad "for the middle class."
The 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals held a rare oral argument session Friday.
“It’s gone too far,” Obama said of the Senate “gamesmanship” stalling a confirmation vote.
Resolving the years-old Medicare dillema was “significant bipartisan achievement,” he said.
The White House on Thursday criticized Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa)...
The president complimented Clinton and slammed George W. Bush on deficits.
The White House will make a messaging push on income inequality and equal pay.
Officials at the southern border are bracing for another wave of child immigrants.
It's a historic moment the White House is embracing.
The president took a brief tour of the museum dedicated to the Jamaican reggae icon.