President Obama held a joint news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron in London on Friday. He urged the United Kingdom not to sever ties with the European Union ahead of a crucial vote in two months.
President Obama wraps up his visit to Saudi Arabia with a meeting of Gulf leaders to talk about the threat of ISIS. It follows a meeting between Obama and Saudi's King Salman amid tensions in the U.S.-Saudi relationship.
Bernie Sanders has downplayed foreign policy in his presidential campaign, focusing primarily on domestic economic concerns. NPR looks at how a President Sanders might approach the world beyond our shores.
President Obama on Thursday returned to the University of Chicago Law School where he once taught constitutional law. He used the forum to argue that Senate Republicans should consider his nominee to the Supreme Court. So far, Republicans said thanks, but no thanks.
The Obama administration issued a new rule designed to safeguard retirement savings from costly and misguided investment advice. Some parts of the financial industry worked hard to block the rule, but it survived.
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