Spokesman Jay Carney holds his daily briefing with reporters. Topics of discussion include the death of Nelson Mandela, November's unemployment report along with implementation of the health care law.
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Pres. Obama delivers remarks at the annual White House Hanukkah reception, which recognizes and celebrates the Jewish tradition also known as the Festival of Lights. The President is joined in the East Room by First Lady Michelle Obama.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney outlins an executive order calling on federal agencies to double their use of renewable energy.
President Obama delivers a statement on the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela. Mandela died earlier today at the age of 95.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney updates reporters on the president's agenda, touts benefits of the health care law, and takes their questions on the farm bill, food stamps, raising the minimum wage and ongoing budget negotiations.
The President delivers remarks on the economy, and addresses income inequality, increasing the minimum wage and the benefits of the Affordable Care Act. The Center for American Progress hosts the event.
President Obama delivers remarks on improvements to the government's health care website and discusses benefits of the health care law at a White House Youth Summit in Washington, DC.
During his daily press briefing with reporters, White House Spokesman Jay Carney talks about concerns with enrollment errors with the government's health care Web site.
President Obama delivers a statement about the health care law in which he addresses ongoing criticism of the flawed rollout of the government's health care website and steps taken to fix it. He also talks about the benefits of the health care law.
Spokesman Jay Carney holds his daily press briefing with reporters. Questions range from improvements to the government's health care website, China's air defense zone and the recent Iran sanctions deal.