President Obama launched an effort Thursday to frame the 2016 presidential election on his terms, urging voters to be wary of Republicans who would reverse economic progress that his administration has fought hard to achieve.
The State Department released some 3,000 pages of Hillary Rodham Clinton's email correspondence Tuesday, but the documents hardly provide her critics the revealing look inside her tenure that they were seeking.
In the most significant move yet toward normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba, the Obama administration said Tuesday that the two had agreed to open embassies in each other's countries.
Prodded to gloat about his indisputably good run over the last week, President Obama’s instinct on Tuesday was to downplay.
Millions of Americans could see a boost in wages or reduced workload as a result of new federal regulations on overtime pay the Obama administration is unveiling this week.
President Obama challenged the nation Friday to face up to its legacy of racial discrimination, insisting that it would betray the memory of the victims of the black church massacre here to “allow ourselves to slip into a comfortable silence once again.”
President Obama declared it a “good day for America” on Thursday morning after the Supreme Court upheld a key part of his signature healthcare law and cemented a piece of his legacy that the president proudly calls “Obamacare.”
As much as President Obama has battled Republicans and even fellow Democrats during his administration, he’s faced an equally difficult opponent during his six-plus years in the White House: the expectations that he would fulfill the sweeping promise of change of his 2008 campaign.