Members of Senate Republican leadership challenged Obama to work with them next year.
The House Democrats urged President Obama to take a clear stance on the issue.
Obama would "thumb his nose at the American people" with such move, the Speaker said.
Forty-two House Democrats urged President Obama to meet with immigrants whose family members have...
House Republicans remained divided on Syria after a closed-door meeting.
“I should have called the Estonians," Obama joked.
Sen. Roy Blunt said state investigators should be given time to probe Michael Brown's death.
"I think we've got to let the science guide us," said Obama.
Fifty-eight percent agree with the administration's stance.
“I have full confidence in John Brennan,” Obama said.
The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council is applauding the recent Federal Communications...
The president defended the FAA's action, saying the agency moved to ensure safety.
The lawmaker said there would be "a fight for the heart and soul of the Democratic Party."
President tells attendees at $10,000 per plate fundraiser that his morale remains high.
The two said it was "shocking" the White House admitted the politics behind the decision.
Gen. Dempsey was "referring to a hypothetical scenario," the White House said.
More now say anti-terror policies don't go far enough to keep Americans safe.
"It's a very treacherous and slippery slope," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
From Syria to Israel to Iran, Clinton is beginning to draw contrasts with Obama.
President Obama holds a press conference Wednesday, ending the three-day U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.
A trio of Dems wants Obama to take executive action on the practice.
President Obama asked Republicans to stop “being mad all the time.”
Obama blasted companies he said "game the system."
He said contracts "should not subsidize discrimination against the American people."