The president called the stalled process for confirming Loretta Lynch, his pick for U.S. attorney general, an “embarrassing” example of the Senate’s “dysfunction.”
President discusses fiscal matters affecting women, including equal pay and paid leave, at event in Charlotte.
Sgt. Shane Ortega enlisted as a woman. He now identifies as a man. Rules call for him to be discharged. But he expects to resume his full duties soon.
President Obama is launching an initiative Tuesday aimed at highlighting the connections between climate change and public health.
The statement was in response to a petition launched after a teen’s suicide note mentioned therapy.
He’s tried to protect his daughters from the spotlight, but on occasion he invokes them to make a case.
The White House plans to hold a climate change and health summit this spring.
For this White House, it’s all about the bats and the bees.
Longtime staff members with the administration exemplify how power is acquired and transferred.
As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and congressional Republicans assailed the deal, the president called it a “once-in-a-lifetime” chance to help stabilize the region.