In a speech at the Auraria Event Center in downtown Denver, President Obama explains that his administration is allowing religious groups to opt out of a provision within the healthcare care that requires employers to provide employees with free access to contraception. (1:02)
The president focused on his healthcare law, noting specifically that it gives women greater access to contraception.
Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations Wednesday on the subject of U.S. policy toward Yemen, President Obama’s chief adviser on homeland security and counterterrorism, John Brennan, said that the United States is contending with terrorist groups that operate in an economic and political vacuum where as little as $10 can convince a young person […]
Neither Obama’s official spokesman nor his traveling campaign spokeswoman would admit today that the ad may have been misleading.
President Obama’s assistant for homeland security and counterterrorism John Brennan said Wednesday during an appearance at the Council on Foreign Relations that in the wake of cyber security legislation failing in Congress, the White House is open to exploring ways to advance domestic security measures through the use of executive action.
“If the Congress is not going to act on something like this, then the President wants to make sure we’re doing everything possible.”
President Obama today signed into law the Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012.
President Obama met today with members of his White House Rural Council, and afterwards, shared a few details about what his administration is doing to help areas that have been hampered by this summer’s prolonged drought. (3:23)
President Obama met today with members of his White House Rural Council
The presumptive GOP nominee and his advisers launched a full-throttled attack against President Obama’s new welfare policy, prompting the White House to respond.