States File Another Lawsuit Over Obama Transgender RulesTexas and four other states are again suing the Obama administration over its efforts to strengthen discrimination protections for transgender people.
White House Says Feds Doing Their Part In Flood ResponsePresident Barack Obama is making his first visit to flood-ravaged southern Louisiana as he attempts to assure people in the state that his administration has made their recovery a priority.
Back In Washington, Obama's Vacation Glow May Fade QuicklyHis post-vacation glow may fade sooner than expected. Obama gets back on the road Tuesday to comfort residents of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a city hard-hit in recent weeks by natural and man-made tragedies.
US Says $400M Payment Was Contingent On Release Of PrisonersThe State Department says a $400 million cash payment to Iran was contingent on the release of American prisoners.
Medicaid Estimate Renews Cost Concerns Over 'Obamacare'A government report says the cost of expanding Medicaid to millions more low-income people is increasing faster than expected. That's raising questions about a vital part of President Barack Obama's health care law.
Obama To Talk IS Fight At Pentagon As US Expands Libya RolePresident Barack Obama is assessing what's working and what's not in the fight against the Islamic State group as the U.S. military ramps up its engagement in Libya.
Obama Implores Voters To Elect Hillary Clinton"Even in the middle of crisis, she listens to people, and keeps her cool, and treats everybody with respect," Obama said.
President Obama Returns To Convention To Make Case For ClintonIn 2004, he was the obscure Senate candidate from Illinois. Tonight, he steps on the convention stage as the battle-hardened president hoping his legacy won't be eroded by the outcome of the election to replace him.
Why This Presidential Election Could Have Historic Influence On Supreme Court"It's a very big deal. The presidential election this year is probably the most momentous we've had in half a century," said SMU Constitutional Law professor Dale Carpenter.
At Town Hall, President Obama Confronts Race Issues Bigger Than PoliceAmerica's fraught debate about tensions between blacks and police spilled over Thursday into hang-wringing about societal problems beyond any one person's capacity to fix -- even the president.
Remarks By President Obama At Interfaith Service For Fallen OfficersComplete speech by President Obama at Tuesday's memorial service in Dallas.
Dallas & The Nation Stand United At Memorial For Fallen OfficersPresident Barack Obama on Tuesday gathered with politicians, dignitaries, police officers and families of the fallen in Dallas to call for unity in the wake of a shocking slaying of five police officers.