President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed before they expire at the end of the year.
PARMA, Ohio - President Barack Obama's campaign is bringing in a pair of rock stars to stir up supporters in Ohio.
Political rock star Bill Clinton and real rocker Bruce Springsteen will share the stage on Thursday at a campaign rally in suburban Cleveland.
With less than three weeks to go before the election, Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are counting on some big names to build up enthusiasm.
Former President Clinton will start the day at a rally in Parma and then appear at another event in the eastern Ohio town of Wintersville.
Springsteen is making his debut on the 2012 campaign trail Thursday after stumping for Obama in 2008. He'll start out in the Cleveland before moving on to a Democratic campaign event in Ames, Iowa, later Thursday.
A popular president can help his party's candidates for Congress and governor candidates in mid-term elections. But Democrats increasingly worry they could suffer losses, much as they did in 2010, Obama's first mid-term elections.
President Barack Obama spared two turkeys from the brine and the oven Wednesday, fulfilling the annual tradition of a presidential pardon for a couple of lucky birds ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
A list no one wants to be on.
The United States and Iran secretly engaged in a series of high-level, face-to-face talks over the past year, in a high-stakes diplomatic gamble by the Obama administration that paved the way for the historic deal sealed early Sunday in Geneva aimed at slowing Tehran's nuclear program.
Amidst his lowest approval ratings yet, President Barack Obama comes to Cleveland.
President Barack Obama will be making a visit to northeast Ohio Thursday.
The AP found a complex system put together by harried programmers who pushed out a final product that wasn't tested by experienced private developers.
The partial government shutdown came to an end late Wednesday night. The House and Senate voted to approve the measure, and President Obama then signed it into law.
Congress passed and sent a waiting President Barack Obama legislation to avoid a threatened national default and end the 16-day partial government shutdown.