CRESSKILL, N.J. - President Barack Obama asked wealthy donors Wednesday to help him close an "enthusiasm gap" with Republicans four weeks ahead of pivotal midterm elections.
UNITED NATIONS - President Barack Obama is telling a U.N.
UNITED NATIONS - President Barack Obama on Wednesday defended U.S.
WASHINGTON - Consumed by concerns at home, President Barack Obama turns back to the world stage this week, hoping to remind anyone listening of his efforts to reshape the image and diplomacy of the United States.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama reached out fervently Monday to skeptical voters who are still hurting long after the declared end of the recession, imploring them to stick with him in elections that could inflict catastrophic losses on Democrats in just six weeks.
- Recession pain still real, despite end, Obama says
- Obama: People still hurting despite recession end
- Obama says much more work needed on economy
- Obama lectures GOP on campaign finance bill stall
- Obama urges action on campaign finance bill
- Obama urges action on middle-class tax cuts
- Obama: Voter anger could hurt Dems in elections
- Obama says economic progress 'painfully slow'
- Obama says economic recovery 'painfully slow'
- Obama to take GOP to task on economy, tax cuts
- Obama firm: won't yield on tax hike for wealthiest
- Obama firm: Don't extend tax breaks for wealthiest
- In Ohio, Obama challenges Republicans on tax cuts
- Obama to pitch trio of economic proposals in Ohio
- Obama to pitch trio of economic proposals
- Obama pledges to work for a thriving middle class
- Obama says he's committed to helping middle class
- Obama outlines steps taken to help middle class
- Rain drenches Obama's Martha's Vineyard holiday
- On vacation, Obama tends to summer reading list
- Obama says economy coming back in backyard chat
- On political tour, Obama gets in a backyard chat
- Obama says economy coming back slowly but surely
- Obama engaging in backyard politics in Ohio
- Obama engaging in kitchen-table politics in Ohio
- Obama says recession recovery to take few years
- Obama says GOP hindering efforts to help business
- Obama launching 3 days of fundraising travel
- Obama on the road to promote higher-ed, raise cash
- Obama touts benefits to Medicare from health law
- Obama: Job creation continuing, must come faster
- Obama bets prestige on Senate seat he once held
- Obama boosts Democrat seeking his old Senate seat
- Obama boasts saving auto industry 'on the brink'
- Obama caps victory tour of Big 3 automakers