Gary Pruitt, CEO and president of the Associated Press, told “Face the Nation” that Justice Department investigators have gone too far and President Obama should step in and control them. Gayle King reports.
President Obama gave the commencement address at the historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta.
President Obama’s senior adviser, Dan Pfieffer, told “Face the Nation” the White House had only heard of the IRS probe this month — but that has done nothing to quite conservative critics. Sharyl Attkisson reports.
During remarks at a Democratic fundraiser, President Obama avoiding mentioning recent controversies but criticized the “tendency in Washington to put politics ahead of policy, to put the next election ahead of the next generation,” saying, “that mindse…
At historically black college, President Obama says racism and discrimination still exist, but they’re no excuse to shirk responsibility or “write off” failure
Caroline Horn, CBS News Senior Producer for Politics, joins UTTM to discuss President Obama’s joint news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron.
In the face of a growing hunger strike, President Obama said his administration will try again to close the military prison camp at Guantanamo, Cuba. Bill Plante reports.
James Everett Dutschke is charged in the investigation of poisoned letters sent to President Obama, a U.S. senator and a Miss. judge
On his 100th day into his second term, President Obama fielded questions from reporters during a press conference discussing the sequester, Syria, and the latest in the Boston bombing investigation. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Referencing his recent wine-and-dines with Senate Republicans and Democrats, President Obama grieved jokingly during his remarks to the White House Correspondents Association dinner: “Some folks still don’t think I spend enough time with Congress. ‘Why…