"The investigation into the Christmas Day incident continues, and we're learning more about the suspect," President Obama said in his weekly radio address.
President Obama said on Thursday that he has begun receiving preliminary assessments about the intelligence failures leading up to the attempted airline attack on Christmas Day. But he made clear that much of the review process had yet to occur.
Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was brought by ambulance to the hospital here on Wednesday after experiencing chest pains, according to a local television station.
Top aides to President Obama are accusing Republicans of politicizing the failed Christmas Day airline bombing in ways they say Democrats did not during prior incidents.
President Obama and his top advisers received new information Monday night about the attempted airliner attack in Detroit that has led them to believe there is "some linkage" with al-Qaeda, a senior administration official said Tuesday.
President Obama created by executive order Tuesday a National Declassification Center to oversee efforts to make once-secret government documents public.
Here are President Obama's remarks Tuesday about a federal review of airline security procedures.
President Obama on Tuesday cited a "mix of human and systemic failures" in allowing Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab to fly into the United States, where he attempted to detonate an explosive device aboard an airliner above Detroit.
A vacationing President Obama departed the golf course unexpectedly on Monday and raced back to the vacation home where he and his family are staying to respond to an injury to a friend's son.
President Obama pledged a full investigation into the attempted attack on an airliner in Christmas Day, mapping out his administration's response in his first remarks since the incident took place four days ago.
Here are President Obama's Monday about airline security and this weekend's protests in Iran.
President Obama, out of sight since an attempted attack on an airliner in Detroit last Friday, will make a statement about the incident at 3 p.m. Eastern, his aides said.
President Obama is likely to emerge from his vacation in the next few days, a senior administration official said on Sunday, and make a public appearance.