President of the United States Barack Obama calls on Wall Street to join him in his efforts to reform the financial sector in a visit to Manhattan.
United States President Barack Obama orders an assessment of whether intelligence reports from U.S. Central Command were changed by supervisory military personnel before formal submission to present a more optimistic picture of the American military campaign against Daesh (Islamic State). The Pentagon's Office of the Inspector General investigators seized emails from military servers over the last few weeks.
President of the United States Barack Obama announces that he will keep 5,500 troops in Afghanistan.
The President of the United States Barack Obama names lawyer and former political operative Ron Klain as "ebola czar" to coordinate US response to the Ebola outbreak.
President of the United States Barack Obama angers the people of Poland by referring to the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz as "Polish". Prominent Poles demand an apology for the "outrageous" gaffe.
US President Barack Obama speaks at a NATO summit concerning the future of war-ravaged Afghanistan.
Barack Obama, the President of the United States, begins a three day visit to South Korea amidst rising tension in North Asia about proposed missile tests by North Korea.
Barack Obama, the President of the United States, presents 16 people with the National Medal of Arts at the White House including actor Al Pacino, country music singer Mel Tillis and former United States Poet Laureate Rita Dove.
The President of the United States Barack Obama signs a bill preventing a shutdown of the United States government for another two weeks.
President of the United States Barack Obama signs finance reforms into law, overhauling the country's Wall Street Financial District.
President of China Hu Jintao accepts an invitation for a state visit from President of the United States Barack Obama.