The President says that thanks to our men and women in uniform, the military mission in Libya is succeeding even as responsibility is transferred to our NATO allies and partners.
President Obama speaks about what Americans stand for.
In his first weekly address since being sworn in as the 44th president of the United States, President Barack Obama discusses how the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan will jump-start the economy.
President Obama draws out how he plans to proceed with the war in Afghanistan.
Can America secure Pakistan's nuclear arsenal if needed?
Chuck Todd, NBC News, asks President Obama if the passage of health care reform is ultimately the responsibility of Democrats, not Republicans.
President Obama announces deployment of additional 30,000 U.S. troops
President Obama explains the public option for health insurance.
President Obama speaks about the American people losing trust in their politicians.
With Labor Day approaching, the President commits to rebuilding the economy so that a lifetime of hard work leads to a comfortable retirement, and explains his proposal to help to get there.
Republican House Speaker John Boehner comments on how Congress and the Obama administration are working together in response to Russian military advances in the Ukraine.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney asks Republicans to challenge countries who break international laws, rather than attack President Obama.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney says it's a mistake for Russia to take its current approach to Ukraine, rather than one that strengthens and maintains their cultural and economic ties.
The President speaks from the Intel campus in Oregon about educating our kids for the jobs of tomorrow so we can make sure America wins the future.
The president is asked if the previous administration sanctioned torture.
Obama says U.S. faces 'challenge of the utmost urgency' in foiling terror plots
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