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  • White House: Government is nearing a 'cash-on-hand situation'

    White House: Government is nearing a 'cash-on-hand situation'
    WASHINGTON -- The government has until the end of Thursday before its ability to borrow runs out, giving lawmakers just hours to work out the kinks of a possible deal. After the end of the day Thursday, the federal government will be in a “cash-...
  • Iran, 6 world powers praise 'forward looking' nuclear talks

    Iran, 6 world powers praise 'forward looking' nuclear talks
    GENEVA — With both sides desperate for a deal, Iran and six world powers Wednesday hailed a new round of negotiations on Tehran's disputed nuclear program as "substantive and forward looking," and set an accelerated schedule of meetings to determine...
  • Obama's winning strategy will be retested soon

    WASHINGTON — It's been a constant quandary for the Obama White House: Should the president reach out to his Republican opponents or isolate them? Should he compromise to move his agenda or try to split the GOP ranks? Carrot or stick? That debate...
  • Obama promises to iron out glitches on healthcare website

    Obama promises to iron out glitches on healthcare website
    WASHINGTON — President Obama conceded Monday that technical "kinks" had bedeviled the rollout of the federal healthcare website, but said the administration had launched a "tech surge" to fix it and emphasized that the law would give uninsured...
  • White House brings in help to fix healthcare website

    White House brings in help to fix healthcare website
    WASHINGTON – A familiar troubleshooter has been enlisted to try to fix the government's health insurance website, administration officials said Tuesday, as political pressure piled up over the centerpiece of President Obama's healthcare law....
  • Durbin stands by slam on GOP

    Durbin stands by slam on GOP
    WASHINGTON — The White House on Wednesday disputed Sen. Dick Durbin's assertion that a House Republican leader insulted President Barack Obama while negotiating with the president over the partial government shutdown. But Durbin, an Illinoisan who...
  • Germany's Merkel: A 'serious breach' if U.S. tapped her cellphone

    Germany's Merkel: A 'serious breach' if U.S. tapped her cellphone
    BERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel complained to President Obama on Wednesday after learning that U.S. intelligence may have targeted her cellphone, saying that would be “a serious breach of trust” if true. The White House denied...
  • Obama allies join in criticism of healthcare website

    Obama allies join in criticism of healthcare website
    WASHINGTON — The rocky rollout of the Affordable Care Act again came under sharp criticism Wednesday, three weeks into the launch, but this time some of the loudest voices were among top Democrats, including President Obama's closest allies....
  • Foe blasts Durbin for using disputed insult in fundraising pitch

    Foe blasts Durbin for using disputed insult in fundraising pitch
    The White House said Thursday that Sen. Dick Durbin’s account of a Republican insult of President Barack Obama was an inaccurate “misunderstanding,” and an opponent of the senator criticized him for including the “discredited...
  • White House blames 'miscommunication' for Durbin's GOP insult story

    White House blames 'miscommunication' for Durbin's GOP insult story
    WASHINGTON -- The White House has denied as untrue a claim by the Senate’s second-ranking Democrat that an unnamed House Republican leader insulted President Obama in a recent meeting, calling it the result of a “miscommunication”...
  • Nearly 700,000 applications completed at healthcare.gov, officials say

    Nearly 700,000 applications completed at healthcare.gov, officials say
    WASHINGTON -- Nearly 700,000 applications for health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act have been completed, administration officials said Thursday, although they would not release data on how many people successfully enrolled in insurance...