Working in secret like the programs they’re reviewing, five men with high-level security clearances and ties to President Barack Obama will soon deliver a report that’s likely to reshape U.S. government surveillance.
Former President Bill Clinton said President Barack Obama should accept changes to his health-care law if that’s what it takes to fulfill his promise that Americans who like their health insurance can keep it.
A panel reviewing U.S. surveillance practices amid an uproar among allies over American spying has delivered an interim report to the White House, a spokeswoman for President Barack Obama’s National Security Council said.
Senate Democrats seeking re-election next year aired complaints about the troubled roll-out of the health-care law during a meeting today with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden at the White House.
President Barack Obama’s political and policy priorities are dovetailing this week as he helps raise cash for Democratic congressional candidates and tries to rouse interest from uninsured Americans in signing up for coverage under his health-care law.
President Barack Obama moved to quell growing dissent among Democratic lawmakers over the troubled rollout of his signature health-care law, summoning senators facing re-election for a two-hour White House meeting.