Local listings for Saturday and Sunday.
President Barack Obama says more reforms aimed at Wall Street are needed, arguing that as the U.S. financial sector has grown, “more and more of the revenue generated on Wall Street is based on arbitrage -- trading bets -- as opposed to investing in companies that actually make something and hire people.”
President Barack Obama plans to mark the Fourth of July holiday with a barbecue for several hundred service members and their families, along with fireworks on the Mall.
President Barack Obama frequently hammers Republicans for not supporting measures that he says would ensure equal pay for men and women, calling it an “embarrassment” that women make 77 cents for every dollar a man makes.
The conflict in Iraq presents the sharpest test yet of the foreign policy doctrine of President Barack Obama.
The White House says President Barack Obama has no plans -- as of yet -- to tour the Texas/Mexico border when he’s in the state next week, despite an invite from Texas Gov. Rick Perry -- a 2012 Republican presidential hopeful.
President Barack Obama dined with prominent economists Wednesday, the second such lunch in less than a month as the administration seeks ways to accelerate the economic recovery.
President Barack Obama plans to go it alone to revise the nation’s broken immigration laws, he said Monday, charging that Republican obstructionism has left him no choice.
The White House released a scathing report Friday on the Department of Veterans Affairs, calling for its health branch to be “restructured and reformed” and warning that a “corrosive culture” has led to problems of veterans obtaining timely health care.
The Obama administration pledged Friday to stop producing or purchasing landmines, but it stopped short of signing an international treaty that requires countries to destroy their stockpiles, saying it was “diligently pursuing solutions” that would allow it to eventually sign the agreement.
President Barack Obama is dismissing a lawsuit threatened by House Speaker John Boehner as a “stunt.” Boehner earlier this week said he plans to sue Obama for what he contends is an overreach of presidential executive authority.
Among the Russian bloggers and social media activists who are loyal to the Kremlin, there’s a favorite target when it comes to pillorying the United States.
WASHINGTON A White House spokesman confirmed on Friday that the administration is not ruling out airstrikes to target the radical militant group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
The White House rejected calls on Friday for a special prosecutor to look into lost IRS emails and the inappropriate targeting of conservative groups, saying Republican investigations have failed to find a smoking gun.
Cpl. William “Kyle” Carpenter took the brunt of a live grenade in Afghanistan, saving a fellow Marine’s life and nearly losing his own. On Thursday, Carpenter beamed as he received the Medal of Honor, the highest U.S. military award.