Despite a strained relationship, President Barack Obama welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House today for their first meeting in over a year.Netanyahu has infuriated the White House by urging Congress to reject the Iran nuclear deal, and Obama angered the prime minister
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President Barack Obama was in Chicago to address the annual conference for the International Association of Chiefs of Police, where he started by praising the work of officers around the country — but he also acknowledged the strained relationship between minority communities and the police.
President Obama will continue to focus on criminal justice reforms when he travels to Chicago this week to address the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Activists in Chicago are already holding a counter-conference.