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Tough talk from Iranian leaders contrasts with what the White House says is in the nuclear deal, so why won't the Obama administration release the text to set the record straight? CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta reports.
Wolf Blitzer is joined by an expert political panel - John King, Gloria Borger, and Charles Blow - to discuss Governor Christie's drop in the polls and President Obama's recent comments on race.
In an interview with The New Yorker magazine, President Obama opens up about issues of race, pot and political divisions.
Decisions on the President's NSA plans were finalized shortly before the announcement. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
After Pres. Obama spoke out on the issue, the Senate moved ahead on extending unemployment insurance, but the legislation may get stuck in the House - just as Americans like Katherine Hackett desperately need their checks. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
In his new book "Duty," former Defense Secretary Robert Gates criticizes President Obama's handling of Afghanistan and says Vice President Biden has been wrong on every major foreign policy issue of the last 40 years. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
In a new memoir, Mark Obama Ndesandjo, Pres. Barack Obama's half-brother, details their relationship - including some dark details about the father they shared. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
President Obama is skipping the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia. CNN's Elise Labott reports.
In his 2008 run for president, then-Senator Barack Obama promised that he would reach out to anyone who wanted to engage, including America's foes - and today, he's got a nuclear deal with Iran and a handshake with Cuba. Is Pres. Obama shifting his foreign policy to a reliance on diplomacy and discussion? CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
At a memorial for Nelson Mandela, President Obama urged listeners to apply his principles to their own lives.