Justin Sink 12/05/13 11:46 AM EST
Rob Ford said the healthcare law is "costing a fortune," and Canada can't afford its program.
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The White House has shifted from defense to offense on ObamaCare.
Justin Sink 12/03/13 03:21 PM EST
President Obama declared Tuesday that ObamaCare "is working."
A gutted filibuster doesn’t mean Obama’s 240 nominees will now sail to confirmation.
The meeting is meant to mark a broadening of the nations' partnership beyond security concerns.
Organizing for Action wants the events to be used to call for congressional action.
The White House spokesman said the site had 375,000 visits by noon.
The administration will redirect $100 million to a new research program seeking an HIV cure.
Some worry the White House is stretched too thin now that long-serving aides have left.
The group is pressuring Congress not to abandon Afghan civilians after the drawdown.
The site is "performing well," a CMS spokesperson said.
As bad as things have been, Obama has a handful of reasons to be thankful.
Obama has come under growing pressure from allies to review administration’s policy.
The timing of the pact set the stage for awkward moments at a Democratic fundraiser.
The White House, for at least the fifth time this year, is seeking to pivot to the economy.
Dems say Obama must fix healthcare to breathe any life into second term.
“This is a really good thing,” an administration official said.
Liberals had clamored for Reid to play hardball and are excited to see their demands met.
Obama donors Steven Spielberg, David Geffen and Jeffrey Katzenberg founded the studio.
Spokesman Josh Earnest said he had not "seen those comments directly."
"Today's pattern of obstruction just isn't normal," Obama said of the filibuster.
The White House believes once the healthcare law’s website is fixed, all will be well.
The 44 people President Obama relies on to make his administration operate.
The two president's visited JFK's gravesite at Arlington National Cemetery.
Obama thanked Clinton for advice "on and off the golf course."
Obama said his signature legislation needed to be remarketed and rebranded.
White House aide Dan Pfeiffer cited that "whole website thing" in explaining Obama's absence.
The government will award up to 40 grants to fund the Youth CareerConnect program.
Carney cautioned against reading anything into personnel changes.
A spokesman wouldn't say if Obama shares the view that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone.
The White House spokesman expressed sympathy for the former vice president and his family.
Supporters of Obama acknowledge certain parallels with the Bush presidency.
The meeting comes amid growing tensions between the administration and insurance companies.
President Obama looked for someone to blame on ObamaCare and found himself.
The White House Thursday evening released a veto threat of the "Keep Your Health Plan."
Vulnerable Democrats still plan to pursue legislation to let people keep their health plans.
“We have to ask ourselves some hard questions inside the White House," Obama said.
“The president will offer a proposal today, is my understanding,” Nancy Pelosi said Thursday.
The high-profile rollout continues to struggle.
The House Speaker ruled out House negotiations with the Senate.
Even as Obama's numbers hit a record low, the White House says Congress's approval is worse.
The president wants faith leaders to press Republican on a comprehensive reform bill.