They couldn’t wait to be done with the Obama era.
He’ll focus on a big-picture vision for the country’s future—with some plans for how America can get there.
The White House is officially cooler than you.
It’s a visceral symbol of the president’s latest policy passion: gun control.
The DHS raids have thrown a wrench in the immigration message, and everyone’s left with a different impression of what Obama is trying to do on immigration.
The president on Tuesday teared up as he announced actions to tighten gun restrictions.
Despite congressional opposition, the president is expanding background checks and ramping up the enforcement of gun laws.
Over a few months, Team Obama went from resisting the “temptation” to weigh in to calling out the Republican front-runner’s “fake hair.”
At his year-end press conference, Obama takes an upbeat line despite public fears of terrorism and falling approval ratings
“In the Syrian seeking refuge today, we should see the Jewish refugee of World War II,” the president said Tuesday at a naturalization ceremony.
Though we are hitting the terrorist group “harder than ever,” he said, “progress needs to keep coming faster.”
“We betray the efforts of the past if we fail to push back against bigotry in all its forms,” he said Wednesday as he commemorated the abolition of slavery.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest also got in a dig about the Republican front-runner’s “fake hair.”
The debate rages over whether the president already has the authority he needs to fight the Islamic State.
The president addressed the nation Sunday night about the “evolved” threat of terrorism.
The fees and fines the White House says are crippling the criminal-justice system.
But, the president said, “we do not yet know why this terrible incident occurred.”
As the House gears up vote against his climate agenda, Obama says America will act.
“We know of no specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland,” the president said Wednesday.
He and French President Hollande on Tuesday reaffirmed the U.S. and France’s “unity of purpose” in defeating the Islamic State.