The President lays out his plans to address rising gas prices over the short and the long term, from a new task force to root out fraud and manipulation in the oil markets to investments in a clean energy economy.
President Obama discusses the urgent need for Congress to act now on two common sense measures to help middle class families: preventing interest rates on federal student loans from going up and putting hundreds of thousands of construction workers back
Lynn Sweet, Chicago Sun-Times, asks President Obama about race relations in America as a result of the arrest of Henry Louis Gates, Jr. in Cambridge.
President Obama points out the difficulties we will encounter as we continue with the war in Afghanistan.
President Obama convinces New York Times reporter Sheryl Stolberg to demo a small hovercraft at Industrial Support Inc., a manufacturing services company in Buffalo, N.Y
This week’s address is delivered by Francine Wheeler, whose six year old son, Ben, was murdered alongside nineteen other children and six educators in Newtown, Connecticut, four months ago.
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 says that because Republicans in Congress allowed a series of harmful, automatic budget cuts—called the sequester—to take effect, important programs like Head Start are now forced to reduce their services.
During this holiday season, President Obama gives thanks in his weekly address for all of the blessings we share as Americans, and expressed his gratitude to the brave men and women who are defending our freedom around the world.
President Obama discusses the need for Congress to pass the American Jobs Act to put more people back to work, and more money back in the pockets of people who are working
In his Weekly Address, President-elect Barack Obama focused on a key component of getting our economy back on track: ending the mortgage crisis.
Take a look inside the West Wing as the 2012 State of The Union Address is written
President Obama and host Jay Leno trade jokes at the 2010 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner in Washington, D.C.
Watch President Obama backstage as he records his cameo appearance on "The Colbert Report." In this pre-taped segment.
With the next G20 Summit approaching, the President goes over the progress in stemming a global economic crisis.
In this week’s address, President Obama says Congress should act to extend emergency unemployment insurance for more than one million Americans who have lost this vital economic lifeline while looking for a job.
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