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- Ukrainian prime minister announces resignation
- House members question $17 billion VA request
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The White House finally acknowledged Thursday that an illegal immigrant detained in Massachusetts recently is President Obama's "long-lost" uncle from Kenya.
The White House dismissed Thursday the flap about the date of President Obama's speech to a joint session of Congress as irrelevant "political gamesmanship," even as some Democrats said the president's advisers mishandled the episode.
A movie about the hunt for Osama bin Laden, expected in theaters just weeks before the 2012 presidential election, is already generating a partisan political feud.
The White House on Wednesday said Syria would be "better off" without President Bashar Assad and leveled a new round of sanctions against the country's largest bank and cellphone company, slowly escalating pressure while the autocratic regime continues its crackdown on protesters.
The Obama administration struggled Thursday to explain its plans for turning around the economy as stock markets plummeted for the second time this week.
Just in case you're wondering, this is President Obama's horoscope on his 50th birthday: "Others are inspired and enthralled by you, magnetized by your aura of glamour.
The chairs of lawmakers departing for their summer recess had barely cooled Wednesday when the White House tried to shift blame onto Congress for the faltering economy.
After House Speaker John A. Boehner cut him out of debt talks last week, President Obama has found himself relegated to an outside role, using his considerable public image to try to frame the debate going on 16 blocks down Pennsylvania Avenue.
The White House retreated Wednesday from President Obama's vow to veto any short-term increase in the nation's debt limit, opening the door wider to a bipartisan Senate compromise plan to boost borrowing for now in exchange for a promise by Congress to cut spending later.