One of President Obama’s invitees at his worker summit is hoping to educate policymakers about the franchising model targeted by labor regulators.
In the wake of a diplomatic agreement that will dramatically expand Iranian access to global oil markets, the White House on Tuesday said that it opposes legislation to give American oil companies that same access.
The anniversary of the U.S. war against the Islamic State passed with little notice. It was August 7 of last year that President Obama authorized the first airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq, a campaign he expanded a month later to include targets in Syria. So far this month, the president has delivered remarks on the Voting Rights Act, his deal with Iran, the budget, clean energy, and Hurricane Katrina. ISIS? Not a peep.
The chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Monday brushed off suggestions that the White House might endorse Vice President Joe Biden if he decides to run against Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.