The White House released photos of Obama offering condolences to Aurora Mayor Hogan after Colorado and a meeting with Vice President Biden, FBI director Mueller, and White House Counsel Ruemmler about CO shooting.

President Barack Obama thanked Elie Wiesel and other survivors at today’s Hall of Remembrance event at the US Holocaust Museum for “not giving up” and showing us the way against inhumanity. (Photos taken by CBS News’ Mark Knoller)

Obama pushes for lower student loan rates

The president kicks off his next policy battle - student loans - by dedicating his weekly address to the issue. “In America, higher education cannot be a luxury. It’s an economic imperative that every family must be able to afford,” the president said. (Political Hotsheet report by Leigh Ann Caldwell)

Soldier Ride participants waited for President Barack Obama to blow a horn starting the cycling event around the White House South Lawn. As Commander In Chief, President Obama promised to see to it that wounded warriors get all the benefits they deserve and have earned. “This is one of the most inspiring events we have here at the White House,” Obama said at the Wounded Warriors Soldier Ride to the White House. (Photo by CBS Radio News’ Mark Knoller)

Soldier Ride participants waited for President Barack Obama to blow a horn starting the cycling event around the White House South Lawn. As Commander In Chief, President Obama promised to see to it that wounded warriors get all the benefits they deserve and have earned. “This is one of the most inspiring events we have here at the White House,” Obama said at the Wounded Warriors Soldier Ride to the White House. (Photo by CBS Radio News’ Mark Knoller)

President Barack Obama had a busy day today: doing pushups on the White House basketball court, reading to kids the book "Where The Wild Things Are,"  and listening to the Star Bangled Banner with Rachel Crow and the Easter Bunny. (Photos taken by CBS News’ Mark Knoller)

The White House hosted a forum on women and the economy, just as the latest political buzz focuses on the growing gender gap in America. (Photos taken by CBS News’ Mark Knoller) (Photos taken by CBS News’ Mark Knoller)

The Republicans running for President have spent weeks criticizing each other. Now they are starting to get hit hard by the White House as President Obama starts making more campaign stops. CBS’s Susan McGinnis reports.