FROM CAPITOL HILL: Senate Debates Immigration Reform
President Obama is in Berlin to deliver a speech before the Brandenburg Gate. He will be introduced by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Mr. Obama spoke at the nearby Victory Column as a presidential candidate in 2008.
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Following the G8 meeting in Northern Ireland, Pres. Obama travels to Germany where he meets and holds a news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. They discuss the situation in Syria, the world economy and NSA intelligence surveillance.
Vice President Joe Biden delivers remarks at the White House on the administration's efforts to implement President Obama's executive orders on reducing gun violence.
President Obama and European Union leaders speak to reporters in Irleand about the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership known as TTIP.
Pres. Obama addresses a crowd of mostly students at Waterfront Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He discusses peace in Northern Ireland and urges students to challenge the "hardened attitudes and prejudices" and push leaders to drive toward peace.
President Obama delivers his weekly address celebrating the weekend of Father's Day and noting that nothing substitutes for the love and support of the presence of a parent in a child's life.
White House officials briefreporters on a number of issues. Questions focus largely on the Syrian civil war and the upcoming G-8 Summit.
Jay Carney briefs reporters and answers questions.
President Obama spoke at a fundraiser for Representative Ed Markey's (D-MA) campaign to win the Senate seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
With the Senate resuming consideration of the S. 744, the Immigration Bill, Pres. Obama delivers remarks at the White House on immigration policy and presses Congress to act swiftly on the legislation.