The deal was forged in two days of talks between Sens. Sanders and McCain.
Nine senators and 25 House members will make the transatlantic trip.
The discussion on the social networking site will focus on education and the cost of college.
Obama urged Russia to engage with Ukraine, threatening further sanctions.
The Native-American vote could play a major role in determining Senate races this fall.
A settlement between U.S. regulators and BNP Paribas is expected any day
GOP leaders call for personal action by Obama and argue Shinseki's firing wasn't enough.
Obama told donors in 2012 he might seek an amendment on campaign finance.
Republicans want to know if Obama and Clinton talked about the prisoner swap.
Kaiser estimates 15 million people have individual plans through the private market.
A veteran Washington attorney is joining the White House.
Carney said Obama was "explicitly disappointed" Congress did not act on guns.
The Labor Department will release its May jobs report tomorrow at 8:30 a.m.
The White House says it new the Bergdahl trade would "not be a good news story."
"It would have been preferable to press the pause button," Obama said.
Obama said there will be no apologies for securing the release of Bowe Bergdahl.
The White House has been particularly surprised by criticism of Bergdahl.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) has issued a challenge to President Obama.
The administration on Tuesday came under withering criticism over the swap.
Obama called on leaders in Europe to expand and diversify their energy supplies.
He has not spoken to his parents yet as he undergoes a psychological evaluation.
President Obama is opening a climate change war with Republicans on Monday.
Sixty-four percent of audited facilities showed some tampering, the report said.
Carney will be replaced by his deputy, longtime Obama aide Josh Earnest.