In his weekly address from the White House President Obama discusses the progress he believes we have made because of the Affordable Care Act. He reminds us open Enrollment on the Health Insurance Marketplace, which began November 1 will end on January 31. What are your thoughts.
In this week's address, Senator Elizabeth Warren joined President Obama at the White House to discuss how far we've come since the financial crisis, when the recklessness of Wall Street caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs, homes, and savings.
In this week's address, President Obama acknowledged that the aftermath of tragedies like we've seen in Dallas, Baton Rouge, and Minnesota, can leave us struggling to make sense of these events.
This week, the First Family invited military families to celebrate Independence Day in the East Room, and the President made an important decision to strengthen our national security. He then traveled to Poland for the NATO Summit. That's July 1st to July 7th or, "This is
President Obama designated the Stonewall National Monument – the first national monument dedicated to telling the story of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community’s struggle for equal rights.
Hello from the Centennial State, and welcome to your West Wing Week on White House Wire. This week, the President wrapped up his trip across the globe to Vietnam and Japan, honored our fallen heroes on Memorial Day at Arlington, traveled to Indiana to speak on the economy, and to
President Obama gets his own helmet and team jersey from the Super Bowl Champ Denver Broncos. The team and coach are there and it turns very amusing and a lot of fun to watch.
In this week's address, the President discussed his return to Elkhart, Indiana, the first town he visited as President and one that was among the hardest-hit by the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes.
In this week's address, President Obama discussed one of the single most important steps to help grow middle-class wages and expanding the number of workers who are eligible for the overtime that they have earned.
In this week's address, Grammy Award-winning artist Macklemore joined President Obama to discuss a disease that affects far too many Americans: addiction.