Mandela and Bush in the Oval Office
South African black leader Nelson Mandela meets with President Bush in the Oval Office June 25, 1990. (UPI PHOTO/David Valdez/WHITE HOUSE HANDOUT)
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden discuss the nation's immigration system with those directly affected by it Tuesday, the White House said.
After noting tension marked U.S.-Myanmar relations for years, President Obama Monday praised President Thein Sein's leadership and the country's progress.
President Obama meets with Myanmar President Thein Sein at the White House Monday, the daily schedule indicates.
President Barack Obama will travel to Baltimore Friday as part of his second Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity Tour, the White House said.
President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will have a meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan Thursday, the White House said.
President Obama is to speak Wednesday at the National Peace Officers Memorial Service, an event honoring law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
President Obama has no public meetings scheduled for Tuesday, the White House said.
President Obama Monday called Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative groups "outrageous."
President Obama speaks about the effects of the Affordable Care Act on the lives and wallets of women and their families Friday, the White House said.
President Obama meets with electric utility leaders, and Asian American and Pacific Islanders national leaders Wednesday, the White House said.