Sunday, November 19, 2017
The more President Barack Obama's troubled health care "reform" program continues to crash and burn, the more Republicans -- on the ropes just a couple of weeks ago from the disastrous government shutdown -- rejoice and plan eagerly for...
President Barack Obama claims he will do everything he can to help people coping with health insurance cancellations, but -- like the promises he made that people would be able to keep their existing insurance -- there really isn't...
A less-than-contrite President Barack Obama Thursday issued a halfhearted apology to millions of Americans who has lost health insurance after he assured them they would not under his healthcare "reform" plan. Obama repeatedly claimed any American with insurance could keep...
President Barack Obama met on Wednesday with frustrated Senate Democrats, some of whom fear the disastrous rollout of his signature healthcare law could complicate their already difficult re-election fights in 2014. The Obama administration has faced intense criticism since hundreds...
Insiders say it is hard for the President to accept, but Barack Obama's personal appeal and public approval ratings aren't what they once were. In his first term, Obama's personal favorability ratings gave him protection from the economic recession, bruising...
Besieged by unflattering stories about the launch of President Barack Obama's healthcare program, the White House saw a news report that it wanted to swiftly knock down. It was from NBC, which said that Obama had overpromised when he said...
President Barack Obama has ordered the National Security Agency to stop eavesdropping on the headquarters of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank as part of a review of intelligence gathering activities, according to a U.S. official familiar with...
To his critics, President Barack Obama often has seemed to be conveniently distant when trouble has hit his administration. But on Tuesday, Obama was hit with a public-relations crisis that struck at the core of his domestic and foreign policy...
The Obama administration is trying to lower expectations for strong initial enrollments under the president's historic expansion of health coverage for the medically uninsured. Facing ongoing problems with the enrollment website, Medicare chief Marilyn Tavenner told Congress on Tuesday that...
The White House said on Monday that some constraints are needed in U.S. surveillance practices in the wake of embarrassing revelations about the sweeping nature of U.S. spying. The comment came a week after President Barack Obama drew heavy criticism...