|First lady Michelle Obama describes some of the highlights of this year's White House holiday decorations, including several rooms dedicated to members of the U.S. military and their families and a display featuring the first family's dogs Bo and Sunny.
|President Obama urged young people to sign up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act, saying, "The product is good, it's affordable," and taking a swipe at Republicans who continue to push for the law's repeal.
|During an event debuting the White House holiday decorations, first lady Michelle Obama had to intervene after the first family's new dog Sunny got a bit too playful while greeting a young girl.
|After a briefing on the interim nuclear agreement with Iran, House GOP lawmakers condemned the deal, with Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., saying the administration's case was "unconvincing," and Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., accusing the administration of "naivete."
|CBSNews.com Executive Washington Editor Steve Chaggaris talks with RealClearPolitics National Political Reporter Scott Conroy about the hurdles Liz Cheney faces in her bid to be the next U.S. Senator from Wyoming, from a public spat with her sister to a reputation as a "carpetbagger."
|President Obama says Americans' frustration with government goes beyond recent bickering to a sense that economic opportunity and mobility is diminishing.
|White House spokesman Jay Carney says he doesn't know whether the president has seen the letter penned by a U.S. government contractor jailed in Cuba, in which he expressed fear that the United States had "abandoned" him.
|Standing beside Americans who support the Affordable Care Act or have already benefitted from it, President Obama vowed to "make it work for all Americans."
|Spokesman Jay Carney says Iran and other allies might think the U.S. is negotiated a six-month deal in bad faith if Congress passes new sanctions.
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Secretary of State John Kerry says the draft Joint Security Agreement negotiated between the U.S. and Afghan governments contains no mention of an apology.