The world's eyes were on President Obama today at Nelson Mandela's memorial. While he was on stage he shook the hand of Cuba's President Raul Castro. The White House says the moment was unplanned and uncomplicated. Some are calling this a sign of hope, while others call it a sign of surrender. John Berman discussed it with CNNPolitical Commentator Ana Navarro and Senior Political Analayst David Gergen.
Some unscripted moments today for President Obama as he tried to rally support for immigration reform. An audience member interrupted the president's remarks, and called for him to halt deportations. It came on a busy day for the administration which is facing criticism for the nuclear deal with Iran and record low poll numbers. Jim Acosta has the latest.
Wolf discussed the Iran nuclear deal with Mike Doran of the Brookings Institution and Anne-Marie Slaughter,president of the New America Foundation.
Weeks after the Affordable Care Act website went live and melted down, President Obama is apologizing. He's apologizing for those technical problems, along with failing to live up to the promises he made. At nearly every stop in the 2012 campaign, he repeated "you can keep your doctor" and "you can keep your plan." Now we know several million people are seeing their existing policies cancelled. Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley, Chief National Correspondent John King, and Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger all weigh in.
The latest technical failure preventing Americans from signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act appears to be fixed. But now more people are finding out President Obama's claims that if you like your coverage, you can keep your coverage may not be true. Jim Acosta takes a closer look.
We are now learning the NSA surveillance program that targeted world leaders’ phones may date back to 2002. The Wall Street Journal is reporting President Obama did not learn about it until last summer. Now Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein is calling this "a big problem" and wants a full review of all of America's intelligence programs. Jim Sciutto has the latest.
President Obama praised Democrats and "responsible Republicans" for ending the government shutdown. He described it as a "self-inflicted crisis" that encouraged our enemies, emboldened our competitors and depressed our friends who look to us for steady leadership. Brianna Keilar has the latest from the White House.
Pres. Obama met today with leaders from both parties to try and break the shutdown deadlock. But according to CNN's Dana Bash, the only sign of progress was all sides meeting face-to-face rather than communicating through the media.
President Obama is preparing to address the U.N. General Assembly. The big question right now is whether he will sit down for a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. CNN's Jim Sciutto has the latest from the United Nations.
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