President Obama’s top spokesman said Monday that “it is not in our interest to move unnecessarily quickly in making a determination like that.”
White House spelling shift catches social media observers, journalists off guard.
Gray, who served from 1979 to 1991, was also the first black chairman of the House Budget Committee.
In a phone call late Monday, President Obama advised President Morsy to show Egyptians that “he is responsive to their concerns.”
The president told Governor Jan Brewer (R) that his administration stands ready to provide support to help put out the wildfires there.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters Monday that if Snowden wishes to stay in Russia, he will have to refrain from leaking further classified information.
The two will participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the U.S. embassy. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters aboard Air Force One Monday that neither of the two are expected to deliver remarks.
President Obama said Friday that despite federal spending cuts, food assistance to Africa will continue.
Homosexuality is against the law in Senegal and 37 other African countries.
President Obama argued Thursday that married same-sex couples who move to other states should continue to receive federal benefits.