Only 18 of 232 GOP members going to meet the president
Relatives of fallen U.S. service members have not been receiving pay during the shutdown
President met with Fox News and Wall Street Journal commentators
‘Let’s end this shutdown right now, let’s put people back to work’
President Barack Obama has no plans to reverse course on his no-negotiation stance on the debt limit and the government shutdown, two of his top economic aides said Monday at a breakfast briefing sponsored by Politico.
On the first weekend of the shutdown, President Obama was nowhere to be seen. There were no calls or meetings at the White House, as surrogates flooded Twitter and television in his stead. Not even the still open Andrews Golf
After years of controversy, President Barack Obama recommended that the Washington Redskins rethink their name, despite the team’s storied history
President Barack Obama, elected as a first-term senator in 2008, took a swipe at Republican freshman Sen. Ted Cruz for focusing on building a political base instead of governing.
And on the fourth day, they went out to lunch.
Will huddle at White House as government ends second day of shutdown
The president will not be traveling to Malaysia and the Philippines because of the government shutdown
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said in a letter to congressional leaders Tuesday evening that his department is quickly exhausting measures to keep the federal government from breaching the debt limit, adding that the deadline for congressional action to maintain the full faith and credit of the United States is still October 17.
President Barack Obama released a video message early Tuesday morning thanking American servicemembers and Defense Department personnel for their service as most of the federal government shutdown began.