If the Supreme Court rules against health law's subsidy system, the law would be "hard to fix," the president acknowledges
The president announced the location of his library Tuesday and has recently been hinting about the work he wants to do
The president recalled the difficulties of his own experience of growing up without a father
Residents in several states are at risk of losing access to subsidies, but it's unclear how state lawmakers would respond to that outcome
After recent protests sparked by cops killing unarmed men, W.H. task force urges police to improve training, cooperation with communities
Joseph Clancy explained the need for the replica to lawmakers while he testified before a House panel about last week's Secret Service incident and the agency's budget
Secret Service says second test of envelope showed "presumptive positive" for deadly chemical
Planned Parenthood has been under fire since secretly recorded videos by an anti-abortion group have shown staffers discussing procurement of fetal tissue for research.
Donald Trump is facing renewed controversy over an alleged sexual assault of his ex-wife amid an already controversial campaign
Congress and administration officials discuss how prescription drug use has led to a heroin problem and what to do about it
Environmental groups praise the Democratic candidate's push for renewable energy, but some say it's not enough
Pollard was convicted of selling classified information to Israel
The 2016 presidential race is much, much larger than the candidates you know of
Ivana Trump says the Daily Beast's story on her comments about rape are "without merit"
GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is not backing down after saying the Iran nuclear deal will march Israelis "to the door of the oven," in an apparent Holocaust reference
Agents displayed "poor judgment" in boozy episode at White House perimeter, says Inspector General report
A "Daily Beast" report brought up old allegations by Trump's first wife, Ivana Trump, who claimed she was raped during their marriage
During her 2016 campaign, can Clinton reintroduce herself to voters after years of making headlines?
The president was mocking leaders who refuse to step down once their term limits are up