Twenty-seven percent of people said Obama deserves a failing grade on education.
He vowed to find out "exactly what happened" in the shooting of Michael Brown.
Afghan officials want Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg to reveal his sources.
Holder is the administration's face on the Ferguson riots.
The president will meet Monday with his national security team and Attorney General Holder.
Obama will travel in September to meet with European leaders spoked by Russia's actions.
Holder is concerned over deployment of military equipment in Ferguson, Mo.
Obama said there should be no violence against police or excessive force by police.
Protests over the shooting of an unarmed black teenager turned violent Wednesday night.
"We're looking forward to it, gonna be there tonight," Clinton said.
A fact sheet sent to schools highlights the children’s right to attend public school.
Obama released his first comments about the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Obama is scheduled to give a statement at 4:45 EST.
Feinstein has repeatedly battled the administration on a string of issues.
According to a report, gunman John Hinckley, Jr. could be charged with murder.
Officials reached out to appropriators, but don't need emergency funding "at this point."
Jordan, a key U.S. ally, has resisted efforts from ISIS to advance on its territory.
Obama talked of cynicism a dozen times in one recent speech.
Obama signaled he's willing to move on immigration and tax policy if Congress fails to act.