“Our prayers are with the people of Oklahoma today,” Obama said, “and we’ll back up those prayers with deeds for as long as it takes.”
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney started a new week much as he ended the last one—under assault from all sides of the White House press corps
Organizing for Action released a Twitter tool for supporters to “call out” their member of Congress as a “climate change denier.”
White House senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer did the “Full Ginsberg” on Sunday as he embraces his role as protector of the Obama brand.
“Laws, hearts and minds have been changed to the point where someone who looks like you can serve as President,” said Obama
IRS commissioner Steven Miller resigns amid reports that IRS employees targeted conservative groups for additional scrutiny (Transcript Included)
It’s expensive to be the father of the bride
Agency targeted tea party groups improperly and asked inappropriate questions, audit finds.
Republicans attack Obama for policies that have a familiar ring.
Obama’s remarks were an attempt to knock the issue off the front page and back to the fringe. Instead his approach may add fuel to the fire
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney fended off a barrage of questions on Friday afternoon over the Obama administration’s public statements in response to last year’s Benghazi attack.
Congressional Republicans vow an investigation into “thuggish” focus on conservative political groups.
The White House announced Friday that there have been over 100,000 downloads of its Medicare hospital charge data in the first 24 hours of availability.