Shonda Rhimes will host a fundraiser for Obama on July 23.
McCain said the surge won the Iraq War, and Obama lost it.
White House says loss shows opposing "nearly everything" not good political strategy.
Obama said that young people should not ignore college just because top tech leaders dropped out.
White House said gun control remains a "priority of the president's."
GOP says subsidies should be halted until it's proven right amounts are being sent.
Holder launched a high-profile investigation into leaks roughly two years ago.
Dems want to make crushing student loan debt a pivotal campaign issue.
43 percent of people said the exchange was the wrong move, while 34 percent supported it.
The order broadens access to a plan capping loan payments to 10 percent of income.
The job reports are doing little to make Democrats and Obama feel better.
Obama asked Putin to halt support for separatists in Eastern Ukraine.
An official says it is one of several options.
Iraq seems on the verge of crumbling as Islamic militants march on Baghdad.
Senate Dems breaking with White House over plan to leave U.S. troops through 2016.
The U.S. had expressed "concerns" about the Egyptian election.
The White House sought to deflect suggestions that Hagel made decision.
Feinstein has been a harsh critic of deal, but said Tuesday it's time to end debate.
Patients have no visits despite waiting for 90 days.
The audit put even greater pressure on Senate lawmakers to revamp the agency.
Referring to himself, Obama told reporters the "bear is loose."
The decision to work with Israel's new government is stoking new tensions.
The White House adviser says there are many similarities between Obama and the Clintons.
The deal was forged in two days of talks between Sens. Sanders and McCain.