Beating the initial sign-up projections for the Affordable Care Act by one million, the president used the numbers to challenge Republican critics on Thursday. More than a third of those who signed up are under the age of 35.
Barack Obama 2015 White House Correspondents Dinner
April 25, 2015 - President Barack Obama delivered his seventh speech to the White House Correspondents' Association Saturday night. After a short montage parodying his interviews with BuzzFeed and YouTube stars, the president launched into his annual stand-up set.
President Obama Cracks Deflategate Joke During Patriots White House Visit
The New England Patriots visited the White House on Thursday to celebrate their Super Bowl victory with President Barack Obama. Obama, who is known for cracking some controversial jokes during the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, decided to poke fun at New England’s 'deflategate' controversy before the big game.
Obama Apologizes for Deadly Drone Mistake, Hostage Families Grieve
The White House says it is looking at possible changes in its counterterror operations. It wants to avoid any repeat of the drone attack in Pakistan that killed two hostages, including American Warren Weinstein. President Obama revealed the deaths on Thursday, apologizing to the families of the two victims. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
The open warring among Democrats over fast-track trade legislation, and the party's broader existential crisis on free trade, grew more pronounced Thursday as senior lawmakers announced a breakthrough on the trade bill.