President Barack Obama talks about U.S. efforts to stop the ISIS militant group from expanding.
NBC’s Mark Murray discusses how world events are affecting President Obama’s second term in the White House.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says the Obama administration is "closely monitoring" the ISIS militant group.
The first family arrives at the white House late Sunday after a two-week vacation to Martha’s Vineyard.
The possible presidential candidate says Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy stance will hurt her in 2016.
During the White House press briefing, Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes says that the administrations sees ISIS’ brutal killing of America Journalist James Foley as an attack on the United States.
President Obama reacts to the murder of American journalist James Foley by ISIS.
Vice President Joe Biden talks about the murder of American journalist James Foley by the ISIS militant group. Biden made the remarks in Connecticut on Wednesday.
President Obama talks about U.S. military efforts in Iraq against ISIS.
President Obama announces that Attorney General Eric Holder will go to Ferguson and that the federal civil rights investigation is launched.
President Obama travels back to the White House from Massachusetts early Monday to attend meetings. Obama is due to return to Martha’s Vineyard to continue his vacation this week.
President Obama comments on the unrest in the streets of Ferguson, MO., after an unarmed teenager was shot and killed by police.
President Obama talks about U.S. military efforts to help displaced Yazidi refugees in the Sinjar Mountains.
White House spokesman Eric Schultz says President Obama and Hillary Clinton spoke on the phone about her foreign policy comments and have shared many hugs in the past.
NBC News' Carrie Dann discusses Hillary Clinton’s apology to Obama, questioning if every split on policy is going to be this painful.
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