Once again, we've bleeped and blurred all the week's big TV moments whether they need it or not. This week we feature Senator Tim Kaine, President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Michelle Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Mike Piazza, President Bill Clinton and more. (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
President Obama's campaign to promote his signature health care law took him to Dallas, Texas, while HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius updated Senate Finance Committee members on the progress of the federal insurance exchange website. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Jonathan Cohn.
President Barack Obama will meet on Friday with insurance industry executives to discuss changes that he has proposed to his signature healthcare law to address the outcry over insurance policy cancellations, a White House official said.
The holidays are a busy time for just about everyone! Family, friends and a whole lot of food, and for First Lady Michelle Obama, the most wonderful time of the year isn't much different. Flotus shared her favorite holiday moments in the December/January issue of Ladies Home Journal, and things get goin' early in the White House. She says, "We have a reception almost twice a day, every day, until December 21. That means hors d'oeuvres and eggnog and cookies for every guest who comes through."...
U.S. President Barack Obama embarked on a three-day trip on Monday (December 9) with former President George W. Bush, leading a U.S. contingent to attend a memorial service in South Africa for the late Nelson Mandela. On board Air Force One for a flight estimated at 16 hours were Obama and his wife, Michelle; Bush and his wife, Laura; and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Flying separately to Johannesburg were former Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter.
President Obama engaged Wednesday in what has become his Christmas Day tradition, visiting with troops at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. "Michelle and I know that we would not enjoy the freedoms we do if it weren't for the incredible dedication and professionalism and work that you do -- the least we can do is just let you all know we're grateful to you," the commander-in-chief said.
President Obama calls 2014 a year of action, which should start with Congress quickly passing emergency unemployment insurance for the 1.3 million Americans who lost this vital lifeline as they fight to find jobs and make ends meet.
President Barack Obama pays tribute to American troops nearly 100 years ago in World War I. He laid a wreath at a memorial at Flanders Field in Belgium where hundreds of fallen troops who helped liberate Belgium are buried.