More Barack Obama Articles

  • At Ramadan dinner, Obama attributes his success to family and community, not government

    President Obama said Monday that the only reason that he has been successful in life is because of investments made by his family and his community.

  • Poll: Voters say skip impeachment and focus on electing an opposition Congress

    When it comes to keeping President Obama in check, most voters say it would be better to elect an opposition Congress than to pursue impeachment hearings and lawsuits, according to a new poll from Rasmussen Reports.

  • Voters want a political solution to executive overreach

    President Obama's abuses of executive authority have been slapped down by the Supreme Court, condemned by liberal legal scholars and pushed Republicans to the point where many are considering impeachment.

  • White House backs GOP highway bill, putting it at odds with Democrats

    The White House signaled support late Monday for a short-term Republican fix to the Highway Trust Fund, backing a GOP bill slammed by Democratic leadership.

  • White House opposes subpoena of political director

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is opposing congressional Republicans' subpoena of a top political adviser to President Barack Obama to testify this week, saying the demand threatens the constitutional separation of powers. White House counsel Neil Eggleston sent a letter Monday to House...

  • House panel should focus on Obama's cover-up of Benghazi: Examiner Editorial

    New details about the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans provide both an opportunity and a caution to House Republicans as they create a special committee to investigate the attacks and their aftermath.

  • VIDEO: President Obama to focus on infrastructure this week

    President Obama has set his sights on infrastructure this week. Kicking things off, the White House released a report and an interactive map detailing the highway system in the U.S. and why it needs to be funded and fixed.

  • House border group traveled to Central America

    A bipartisan congressional delegation traveled to Central America over the weekend as part of an effort to solve the crisis of unaccompanied minors illegally crossing the southern border.

  • Which Republican presidential candidate wrote that headline?

    In guest op-eds in publications as diverse as Politico, the Wall Street Journal and Breitbart.com, several of the major Republican contenders have tried their hands at the columnist game. Can you tell who wrote which op-ed?

  • Eric Holder sees racism in criticism of White House ... again

    Attorney General Eric Holder claimed over the weekend that he and President Obama has long been the target of "racial animus."

  • Obama wants to make this week all about infrastructure

    For the White House, it's infrastructure week. Even as House Republicans debate a lawsuit against President Obama for overstepping his executive authority and critics focus on the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, Obama will instead put the spotlight on America's roads, bridges and railways....

  • Congress will debate bills challenging executive, judicial branches

    The House this week will debate a measure authorizing a precedent-setting lawsuit against President Obama, while the Senate takes up historic legislation aimed at overriding a Supreme Court ruling on insurance coverage of contraceptives.

  • Immigrants ignore U.S. immigration laws because Obama won't enforce them

    It became her mantra. The U.S. border with Mexico, Janet Napolitano would say, "has never been more secure." First uttered in 2010 during Congressional testimony, she repeated it often for the remainder of her tenure as Homeland Security Secretary.

  • Obama pays price for inaction on immigration law

    The flood of underage--and non-underage--illegal immigrants from Central America coming across the border in Texas is, to paraphrase a former Obama administration official, a "man-caused disaster." The man who caused it, more than anyone else, is Barack Obama.

  • His agenda in gridlock, Obama relishes roadshow

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Welcome to Barack Obama's split-screen presidency. On one side: a confident Obama making campaign-style stops around the country and ridiculing his political opponents to the delight of cheering supporters. On the other side: an increasingly unpopular president hobbled by...



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