The nation is facing a deadly threat from the Ebola virus, so President Barack Obama has deployed a new, poll-tested strategic defense adjective.
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President Barack Obama has delegated the critical anti-Ebola mission to a top Democratic operative, Ron Klain, freeing himself to return to the campaign trail.
President Barack Obama suggested Thursday that he would delegate the nation's anti-Ebola defenses to a "czar."
If the GOP does not win a majority in the Senate, the GOP senators’ chief election strategist will get shoved into an unmarked grave, that strategist said Oct. 16.
President Barack Obama may draft reservists and National Guard troops for his planned anti-Ebola force that is being sent to West Africa.
People from Ebola-stricken countries will sneak into the United States if the federal government doesn’t let them openly travel to the country, says White House spokesman Josh Earnest.
President Barack Obama canceled planned political events for Thursday, amid rising public concern about his handling of the expanding Ebola crisis.
The federal government has the Ebola outbreak under control, President Barack Obama told camera crews several hours after news broke that another American nurse has been infected with the deadly disease, possibly after a safety error at a Dallas hospital.
President Barack Obama is allowing 167,000 foreign criminals to live freely in the United States, even though their deportation hearings and appeals have been completed, according to an internal agency report.
President Barack Obama will hold a Wednesday afternoon meeting with cabinet secretaries responsible for the containing the Ebola outbreak, and will delay a scheduled flight to a New Jersey fundraiser and campaign event.
Almost 90 percent of the so-called “unaccompanied children” who were sent by federal agencies to live in Washington D.C. were united with their parents, according to a statement from Democratic Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton.
Endangered GOP Sen. Pat Roberts today called on President Barack Obama to support an Ebola travel ban.
The public's support for an Ebola travel ban is growing fast, prompting more Republican and Democratic politicians to demand a White House policy reversal.
Californians for Population Stabilization is trying to persuade swing-voters to oppose immigration increases, even as President Barack Obama is trying to get the issue off the 2014 ballot.
The government-facilitated inflow of Central American migrant children and youths into U.S. schools and workplaces is at least 50 percent larger than has been reported by most establishment media outlets.
Up to 190,000 West Africans visit the United States each year, according to Department of State travel data.
The White House aide involved in the Secret Service prostitute scandal in Cartagena, Columbia, works for the government agency that is promoting worldwide stigma against the use of prostitutes.
President Barack Obama delayed his planned unilateral amnesty until after the election to prevent GOP legislators or the media from recognizing it as an election-winner for the GOP, according to White House spokesman Josh Earnest.
The White House rhetorically distanced itself from efforts to save the strategic Kurdish city of Kobani and its tens of thousands of people.