In his weekly address, President Barack Obama on Saturday continued last week’s focus on jobs and the economy, claiming credit for preventing a financial meltdown earlier this year and vowing to make combating unemployment his priority.
Archives for December 5, 2009
Obama vows to work tirelessly to create jobs (AFP via Yahoo! News)
US President Barack Obama vowed Saturday to work tirelessly to get unemployed Americans back to work now that new statistics have shown a slight improvement on the job creation front.
Obama vows steps to restart job growth (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
President Barack Obama pledged on Saturday to do all he could do reignite U.S. job growth as he defended his handling of the economy amid Republican attacks.
Obama boosts climate talks with changed plans (AFP via Yahoo! News)
US President Barack Obama delivered a boost to UN climate talks in Copenhagen, agreeing to delay his visit until the end of the meeting, when the drive for a global warming pact will climax.
GOP cautions Obama against climate commitment (AP via Yahoo! News)
Even as he prepares to argue for action at the international climate conference, President Barack Obama is getting some reminders of the domestic political divide — and anxiety — over climate change.
Jobs plan will ‘jump-start’ hiring, Obama says (AP via Yahoo! News)
Even as he heralded the first unemployment drop in months, President Barack Obama began putting the finishing touches Friday on a fresh job creation proposal he’s planning to send to Congress next week.
Obama Delays Trip to Copenhagen by One Week (International Herald Tribune)
The White House said Friday that President Obama was delaying his appearance in Copenhagen at the international summit on climate change by a week so he could be there at the same time as other world leaders.
Obama shifts Copenhagen visit to boost deal (AP via Yahoo! News)
President Barack Obama on Friday abruptly altered the timing of his upcoming appearance at an international climate summit in Copenhagen, hoping to capitalize on steps by India and China and build a more meaningful political accord, the White House said.