President Barack Obama says he’s starting to see some functionality in Washington but he’s still not getting the cooperation he needs from Congress.
President Barack Obama is flying home to Chicago to give a boost to Democrats hoping to take back the House in 2014.
Making a down payment on his vow to go all in for Democrats in 2014, President Barack Obama is courting well-heeled donors in California on a two-day fundraising jaunt that requires the president to walk a fine line: Berate Republicans too much, and Obama could put fragile prospects for achieving his second-term goals in jeopardy.
“I very much intend to win this election,” Obama told donors in San Francisco Monday night. “But we’re only going to do it if everybody is almost obsessive for the next 29 days.”
Even though he was speaking in President Barack Obama’s home state, Republican vice presidential hopeful Paul Ryan told supporters in a Chicago suburb that their backing is critical in the camapign’s final weeks.
President Obama raked in the cash during a fundraiser hosted by Jay-Z and Beyonce at the hip hop mogul’s 40/40 club in New York City Wednesday night, earning a reported $4 million.
Grammy-award winning artist Beyonce Knowles is reaching out to Democratic supporters to get them to donate money to President Obama’s campaign.
President Barack Obama sees the presidential contest as a clutch moment in his favorite sport — the fourth quarter of a taut basketball game.
The red-brick Georgian Revival home was gleaming: An American flag extended from the porch, the evergreen trees surrounding the yard were pruned and the red impatiens and begonias were blooming. Guests mingled at tables covered with stylish lime-colored tablecloths and listened to light jazz before their host said a few words.
President Obama’s campaign is offering the chance for one lucky donor to shoot hoops with himself and several NBA stars.