The White House on Tuesday announced the president’s support for the Equality Act. But will the lame-duck president’s endorsement matter?
No poking, either.
The Obama administration teamed up with a comedy site to spread awareness of the issue.
Press secretary Josh Earnest said the president “would not take anything off the table” to close the prison.
It’s just one measure in a new campaign to rehabilitate ex-prisoners.
How fighting polarization became its own cause.
“This message will disappear,” the filter says, next to a warning sign, “just like Hillary Clinton’s emails.”
The president announced Thursday a halt to the withdrawal of troops in the country.
“Republicans need to learn that doing their job doesn’t mean catering to the extreme-right wing,” press secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday.
He called the president of Doctors Without Borders on Wednesday to send his condolences.
The president weighed in Wednesday: “Cool clock, Ahmed.”
Ahead of second GOP debate, the president responded to the candidate’s attacks.
Joe Biden, Loretta Lynch, and the New York County District Attorney’s office on Thursday pledged $79 million to end the national rape-kit backlog.
The White House was patient and didn’t get distracted by the ups and downs of the news cycle.
The president visited New Orleans Thursday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of what he called a partly “manmade disaster.”
Obama has said race wasn't a factor in the government's slow response to Katrina. He may not stand by that view in his Thursday speech in New Orleans.
President Obama got a heads-up on the senator's defection, the press secretary said Friday.
Press secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday that he expects the candidates to talk more about the president's plans than their own.
The president responded to the deal's criticisms point by point in a major speech Wednesday.
New climate-change regulations could make him the greenest president ever — if he survives the brutal assaults to come.