In the second town hall of his economic bus tour, President Obama took questions on topics ranging from making the tax system more fair to rebuilding America's infrastructure.
President Obama announces new job initiatives for rural America at the White House Rural Economic Forum during his economic bus tour.
President Obama will be talking with small business owners, rural organizations and local families at the Seed Savers Exchange.
President Obama heads to Cannon Falls, Minnesota, to hear directly from the American people in a town hall at the first stop of a three day tour of the Midwest.
While members of Congress are at home in their districts, President Obama asks Americans that agree that it’s time to put country before party and pass stalled bills to help grow our economy to let them know.
Courtney O’Donnell, Communications Director to Dr. Jill Biden, reflects on their visit to a refugee camp in Kenya that was originally built for 90,000 people, but now has more than 420,000 Somalis who have traveled there seeking food, water and medical attention.
Continuing a tradition at the White House, President Obama hosts an Iftar - the meal that breaks the day of fasting - to celebrate Ramadan.
The U.S. remains a AAA country, with the resources and the will needed to work out our differences and move forward
President Obama outlines a number of steps that can be taken right away to create jobs and help grow the economy.
President Obama discusses the Administration's work to prepare our nation's veterans for the workforce today at 11 a.m. EDT.