White House promotes diversity at Demo DayWhite House promotes diversity at Demo DayObama stresses importance of diversity among tech industry
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Maine environmental groups praise federal power plant rulesMaine environmental groups praise federal power plant rulesUnder new regulations that the president announced, states must cut carbon dioxide emissions by 32 percent by 2030.
Peabody energy and Arch coal shares dip on Obama's carbon pollution limitsPeabody energy and Arch coal shares dip on Obama's carbon pollution limitsPresident Barack Obama announced new limits on just how much carbon dioxide power plants can release into the air, sending shares of coal stocks lower. 'Human activities are changing the climate in dangerous ways,' Obama said Monday.
Obama goes 'off script' on climate changeObama goes 'off script' on climate changePresident Obama shared a story from his past while announcing a new plan for clean power.
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Obama's climate plan common sense or controversial?Obama's climate plan common sense or controversial?Aug. 3 -- Council on Foreign Relations Michael Levi, Bloomberg Intelligence's Rob Barnett and Bloomberg Politics' Mark Halperin discusses President Obama's proposals on climate change. They speak on "Bloomberg Markets."
Even President Obama can't resist the first Twitter chat from spaceEven President Obama can't resist the first Twitter chat from spaceAstronaut Scott Kelly hosted a Twitter chat to talk about life in space, and President Obama couldn't help but join in. Colleen Hagerty (@colleenhagerty) has the story.
Republicans fume over clean-air planRepublicans fume over clean-air planBloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker report on today's top news stories.
Run, Biden, run! ColumnRun, Biden, run! ColumnAs scandal all but envelops the Clinton campaign, vice president grows in presidential appeal.
Wickham: Thanks for 30 years to witness, shape historyWickham: Thanks for 30 years to witness, shape historyAs the nation's first black president takes his victory lap, I retire my USA TODAY pen.
Can Obama's carbon-emissions plan be as strict as he plans?Can Obama's carbon-emissions plan be as strict as he plans?The White House's new sanctions against coal-fired power plants are the strictest yet. How have those kinds of sanctions fared in the past? Video provided by Newsy
Reynolds: White House leans right on licensingReynolds: White House leans right on licensingRecent report on occupational licensing costs echoes libertarians.
Mike Huckabee: No apologies for Iran truthMike Huckabee: No apologies for Iran truthPresident Obama, Hillary Clinton need to take Iran's threats to kill millions seriously.
Iran nuclear deal bigger than partisan politics: Your SayIran nuclear deal bigger than partisan politics: Your SayThe Obama administration defended the Iran deal before a House panel this week.
The president delivers a toast to the prime minister of EthiopiaThe president delivers a toast to the prime minister of EthiopiaPresident Obama delivers a toast to Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia at a State Dinner in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. July 27, 2015. Video provided by Whitehouse
Obama: If I could run a 3rd time, I think I could winObama: If I could run a 3rd time, I think I could winWhile speaking at the African Union, President Obama addressed the occurrence of political figures refusing to leave office. He joked it's not something he can relate to, as he's 'looking forward to life after being president.'
Ethiopians hope Obama buzz will boost nation's growthEthiopians hope Obama buzz will boost nation's growthAlmost 40% of Ethiopians lived in poverty a decade ago but today the government is on track to reduce the poverty rate.
Obama calls on African leaders to fight corruption, uphold democracyObama calls on African leaders to fight corruption, uphold democracyObama is the first sitting U.S. president to visit Kenya and Ethiopia.
The president speaks to the Kenyan peopleThe president speaks to the Kenyan peoplePresident Obama delivers remarks to the Kenyan people in Nairobi, Kenya. July 26, 2015. Video provided by Whitehouse
The president talks with members of civil society in KenyaThe president talks with members of civil society in KenyaPresident Obama held a conversation with civil society leaders at the YALI Regional Leadership Center at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya. July 26, 2015. Video provided by Whitehouse
President Obama speaks at an Official dinner in KenyaPresident Obama speaks at an Official dinner in KenyaPresident Obama offers a toast at a dinner hosted in his honor by President Kenyatta of Kenya. July 25, 2015. Video provided by Whitehouse
Bridge the digital divide to expand opportunityBridge the digital divide to expand opportunity Metro Detroit has the fourth highest concentration of tech jobs. But in the city, 40% of households don't have broadband
US Companies Sign on to White House Climate Change PledgeUS Companies Sign on to White House Climate Change PledgeThe Obama administration's attempts to cut US carbon emissions by 6bn tons by 2030 were boosted on Monday, when 13 of the country's largest companies added their names to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge.
Obama praises Ethiopia on Shebab fight during landmark visitObama praises Ethiopia on Shebab fight during landmark visitUS President Barack Obama delivered a blunt appraisal of Ethiopia's democracy deficit during a landmark visit Monday, but indicated it would not scuttle their close security and political relationship. Video provided by AFP
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Mike Huckabee not apologizing for apparent holocaust remarkMike Huckabee not apologizing for apparent holocaust remarkThe Republican presidential candidate isn't backing down from his controversial comment about Israelis and President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran. Video provided by Newsy
In Ethiopia, a cry for basic freedomsIn Ethiopia, a cry for basic freedomsEthiopians have a simple message for Obama: Make the government respect our freedoms.
Obama makes historic trip to AfricaObama makes historic trip to AfricaPresident Obama and Prime Minister of Ethiopia Hailemariam Desalegn attend a welcoming ceremony in Addis Ababa on July 27, 2015.
Obama talks about security and human rights in EthiopiaObama talks about security and human rights in EthiopiaObama begins talks with Ethiopian leaders before a meeting with the African Union.