Loretta Lynch took a tougher stand than Obama during her Wednesday hearing.
He said the court should recognize "what the majority of the American people now recognize."
Obama will deliver his penultimate State of the Union address.
Business groups expect more of Obama's "pen and phone" strategy.
Openly gay people can serve in the military, but a ban on transgender people still exists.
The president has accelerated efforts to close the facility and keep his campaign promise.
Obama joked about his advancing age while honoring the San Antonio Spurs.
The bill is the first to reach the president's desk from the new Congress.
The senator said the Paris attack shows the U.S. faces a "religious war."
The president's approval is at its highest level since May 2013.
NYPD officer Rafael Ramos will be laid to rest on Saturday.
The president was briefed on the shootings while vacationing in Hawaii.
It's Obama's highest approval in Gallup's daily tracking poll since June 2013.
The two are sending bullish signals that a deal on business taxes is attainable.
Republicans are already hitting back at Obama's new economic pitch.
Obama was joined by the first lady and his oldest daughter at a local Boys and Girls Club.
Obama has his sights set on methane emissions from the oil and gas sector.
Investment banker Antonio Weiss had faced opposition from liberal Democrats.
French police have cornered the suspects in the attack on Charlie Hebdo.
The president did not stop at the facility, despite calls from veterans groups.
The departing lawmaker is taking some last-minute jabs at the president.
The president renewed his cheaper "bronze-level" plan through 2015.
The Florida Republican denounced the president's actions on three Sunday shows.
The Hill's Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack breaks down some of the biggest questions going into 2015.