President Obama says America can generate more jobs by investing less on foreign oil.
President Obama says America can generate more jobs by investing less on foreign oil.
President Obama unveils a new package of tax credits aimed at job creation.
President Obama explains his economic vision and support for health care reform to supporters in Ohio.
Take a look back at the highs and lows of President Obama's first year in office.
President Obama campaigns for Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley.
President Obama addresses a crowd Sunday morning at Vermont Avenue Baptist Church.
From beginning to end, they were accidental but inseparable partners: Hope and Anxiety.
President Obama pledges full U.S. support for humanitarian relief in quake-ravaged Haiti.
Americans are giving Barack Obama a split decision on his first year in office, according to a national poll released Tuesday.
Will President Obama's State of the Union address pre-empt the three-hour season premiere of the ABC hit show "Lost"?
CNN's Jessica Yellin takes a look at the state of President Obama's 2010 agenda.
President Obama announces a $250 million initiative designed to improve national math and science education.
President Obama says the Christmas Day terror attempt shows that the security system failed.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux on what is on the president's agenda after returning from vacation in Hawaii.
President Obama speaks out against the attempted terror attack on a U.S. plane. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
It's tough covering the president, as CNN's Ed Henry demonstrates in Hawaii where the Obamas are vacationing.
Jack Christensen often walks away from the Baskin-Robbins with fewer followers than he had when he got there.
The first family talk about why this Christmas will be different while keeping mum on gifts for the president.
President Obama talks government effectiveness and says it's on track to meet budget and health care reform goals.
Erica Hill and panel discuss Pres. Obama's trip to Copenhagen, as well as the health care debate that he will come home to.
As 2009 winds down, half the country gives President Obama a thumbs up in a new poll. Paul Steinhauser reports.
President Barack Obama tells the U.N. climate change conference "all sides" must come together on climate agreement.
A "Larry King Live" panel discusses charges that President Obama is failing the African-American community.
President Obama says Congress is on the verge of passing a health care reform bill.
President Obama discusses the economic impacts of energy saving home retrofits at a Virginia Home Depot.
A loophole in the Senate's compromise to the health care bill could put a limit on spending. Brianna Keilar reports.
President Obama accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on Thursday with much discussion of war and the limits of nonviolence.
President Obama accepted the Nobel Peace Prize Thursday by talking about war and the limits of non-violence.
President Obama announces new steps to accelerate job growth and stimulate the economy.
Robert Gibbs defends the administration's timing of the announcement declaring greenhouse gases a health threat.
An AC360 panel discusses what they thought were the key points that stuck out in President Obama's Afghanistan speech.
In a prime-time speech, President Obama announces a surge of troops to Afghanistan and a timetable to pull them out.
President Obama toasted a growing U.S. friendship with India at the first state dinner of his administration Tuesday, an evening of regal pageantry and symbolic politics in a tent on the White House South Lawn.
President Obama talks about his impending announcement regarding what's next for the U.S. in Afghanistan.
President Obama welcomes Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the White House.
A conversation last week with South Korea's president apparently showed President Obama the stark difference between how Asian nations and the United States value education.
Americans are divided over whether the president's economic policies are actually working. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.
On that unusually balmy Chicago night a year ago, the candidate who campaigned on what he called the "fierce urgency of now" became the president-elect who needed time.
A little more than a year after his election, President Obama said his administration has laid the groundwork for success on global and domestic matters.
Obama begins his trip to Asia surrounded by questions over his pending decision on troop deployment to Afghanistan.
President Obama announces he will be hosting a forum on job creation and economic growth.
President Obama signs legislation that will help Americans who are out of work or searching for work.
Secretary of State Clinton is in Pakistan trying to chip away at anti-American sentiment. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports.
President Obama signs a law providing money for Taliban insurgents who side with the U.S. CNN's Louise Schiavone reports.
White House adviser Valerie Jarrett tells CNN's Campbell Brown that Fox News is biased in its coverage.
President Obama delivers remarks to servicemembers at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida.
President Obama devotes his weekly Web address to health care reform.
The latest CNN poll shows for the first time a majority of Americans disagrees with president on issues.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports the public is split on Pres. Obama's health care reform.
Creating and saving jobs while boosting investment in the future are among the top goals of the Obama administration's $787 billion economic stimulus plan.
Hillary Clinton says there are some in both the U.S. and Russia who haven't moved beyond a Cold War mentality.
Anderson Cooper and panel discuss the ramifications of an alleged new White House strategy to take on Fox News.
Don Lemon and panelists discuss President Obama's speech at the Human Rights Campaign dinner Saturday night.
President Obama spoke Saturday night at the Human Rights Campaign dinner in Washington.
President Barack Obama discusses his commitment for equal rights for gays and lesbians.
President Barack Obama promises to pass an inclusive hate crimes bill named for Matthew Shepard.
Did President Obama land a Nobel peace prize at such an early stage of his presidency simply because he's not George W. Bush?
Usually, when a president wins the Nobel Peace Prize, it is uniformly seen as a positive development for America and for the world.
Yes he can win the Nobel Peace Prize. Even on the same day that President Obama met with his war council yet again to consider sending up to 40,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan.
House Speaker Pelosi and Minority Leader Boehner weigh in on the prospect of sending more U.S. troops to Afghanistan.
President Obama makes a new push for health care reform after meeting with a group of physicians.
President Obama addresses new unemployment numbers and comments on Chicago's Olympic defeat.
Second City comedy group mostly spares its hometown President but has other targets. Jessica Yellin reports.
President Obama and Mrs. Obama make their final pitch in support of Chicago's Olympic bid. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
President Obama is under increasing pressure to decide whether the United States will commit more troops and resources to the conflict in Afghanistan.
Our blogger bunch discusses President Obama's trip to Denmark and lobbying for Chicago's 2016 Olympic bid.
President Obama's decision to head to Copenhagen, Denmark, later this week to make a push to bring the 2016 Olympic Games to Chicago is not without political controversy.
Prodding Israel and the Palestinian Authority to restart talks aimed at a permanent resolution of their decades-old conflict, President Obama dropped a demand for an Israeli settlement freeze, U.S., Israeli and Palestinian officials said.
President Obama says it is time for Israelis and Palestinians to move forward with real peace and security negotiations.
President Obama delivers his first speech to the United Nations, speaking during a summit on climate change.
President Obama says that despite signs of economic recovery, the country will not see large-scale job growth until next year.
CNN's John King sits down with President Obama to discuss jobs, health care, and the war in Afghanistan.
President Obama tells CNN's John King that the jobs picture is not going to improve over the next couple of months.
President Obama tells CNN's John King that President Clinton told him Kim Jong Il has reasserted himself.
President Obama calls the new missile defense architecture in Europe stronger, smarter and cost effective.
CNN's Candy Crowley looks at the politics of criticism versus racism in Washington.
President Obama meets with the Canadian Prime Minister to discuss trade and Afghanistan.
Support for the war in Afghanistan is at an all-time low, according to a new national poll. Paul Steinhauser reports.
President Obama addresses an AFL-CIO convention in Pittsburgh.
President Obama took his economic recovery message on the road Tuesday, defending the controversial auto bailout during an appearance at a General Motors plant in the heart of the struggling Rust Belt.
CNN deputy political director Paul Steinhauser has the results of a new poll on health care reform.
The tiny one-room house rests on a hill; no electricity and no running water. A creaky metal cot and a rusting wood-burning stove is all the comfort Herbert Hale says he needs.
President Obama spoke at a rally in Minneapolis Saturday pitching health care reform. Elaine Quijano reports.
President Obama jokes about how "fired up, ready to go" came about in Minneapolis.
President Obama delivers an address to Congress to present the most detailed description of his idea of health reform.
iReporters Egberto Willies and Garrett Sandeen talk about Pres. Obama's address and whether he answered their questions.
CNN's Paul Steinhauser breaks down the President's address and tells us what we learned about his health care plan.
CNN's Jessica Yellin talks about the "public option" aspect of the ongoing health care reform debate.
Congress returns Tuesday from a monthlong recess to tackle a list of pressing issues, and health care reform isn't the only item at the top of the list.
President Obama delivers a hotly debated back-to-school speech to students across the country.
An excerpt from President Obama's speech on education addresses to school students across the United States.
At his Labor Day speech to the AFL-CIO in Ohio, President Obama says it's time to reform health care.
The White House found itself on the defensive Friday over what would ordinarily be considered the most uncontroversial of events: a back-to-school speech to the nation's children.
Parents and conservative groups are upset over the president's planned speech to students.
Vice President Biden comments on President Obama's upcoming speech on health care reform.
CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the political bus tour promoting President Obama's health care plan.
President Obama devotes his weekly Web address to the efforts his administration is putting forth to help the Gulf Coast rebuild.
The federal stimulus program helps some local cops. CNN's Kate Bolduan reports.
More than seven months into office, President Obama still has a number of top posts to fill, which one expert said could be hurting the nation's security.
President Obama, speaking from his vacation, appoints Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke for a second term.