The itinerary for Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States was released Tuesday. His first stop is DC and the planning is underway.
President Barack Obama and leaders from six Gulf nations were gathering at Camp David Thursday to work through tensions sparked by the U.S. bid for a nuclear deal with Iran, a pursuit that has put regional partners on edge.
The national park surrounding Camp David says some roads, trails and picnic areas will be closed during President Barack Obama’s meeting there with high-ranking officials of six Arab nations.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday that the deadly derailment of Amtrak Train 188 was “a tragedy that touches us all.” He promised a thorough investigation.
Senators of both parties worked Wednesday to revive trade legislation that’s a top priority for President Barack Obama, a day after Obama’s fellow Democrats repudiated him nearly unanimously on the issue.
It wasn’t your typical panel discussion: President Barack Obama sat down Tuesday with leading thinkers from the left and right to reflect on poverty, income inequality and the stereotypes that get in the way of finding solutions.
Starting Friday, the White House is beefing up security around its perimeters. This, after a series of trespassers have penetrated the White House grounds, posing security threats.
The leader of President Barack Obama’s initiative for minority males says it has been painful to watch violence and looting in his native Baltimore.
President Barack Obama said the Baltimore riots show that police departments need to hold officers accountable for wrongdoing “instead of just the closing-ranks approach that all too often we see.”
President Barack Obama spoke with both Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Monday regarding the ongoing Baltimore protests surrounding the death of Freddie Gray.
The White House says the head of President Barack Obama’s initiative for young men of color will attend the funeral of a Baltimore man who died after sustaining serious injuries while in police custody.
The United States put forth its contribution Tuesday to a global climate treaty, relying entirely on a set of emission cuts ordered by President Barack Obama that may not survive beyond the end of his presidency.