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.

Obama sings “Happy Birthday” to supporter

During a speech at the Cincinnati Music Hall on Monday, President Obama gave a nod to the venue by leading the crowd in singing “Happy Birthday” to a newly 18-year-old supporter named Adam. (Political Hotsheet report from Lindsey Boerma)

President Barack Obama seeks to energize supporters at campaign rally in Virginia Beach campaign rally. “I see myself in you,” Obama tells supporters, “I believed in you (in 2008) and hope you still believe in me.” (Photo taken by CBS Radio News’ Mark Knoller)

President Barack Obama seeks to energize supporters at campaign rally in Virginia Beach campaign rally. “I see myself in you,” Obama tells supporters, “I believed in you (in 2008) and hope you still believe in me.” (Photo taken by CBS Radio News’ Mark Knoller)

Obama reflects on his biggest mistake as president

President Obama’s biggest mistake during his first term, he told CBS News in an exclusive interview, has been putting policy over storytelling.

Using about a dozen pens, President Barack Obama signed the Transportation/Student Loan bill at the East Room ceremony. (Photo taken by CBS Radio News’ Mark Knoller)

Using about a dozen pens, President Barack Obama signed the Transportation/Student Loan bill at the East Room ceremony. (Photo taken by CBS Radio News’ Mark Knoller)

President Barack Obama saw remnants of homes like this, consumed by wildfires.  Obama thanks firefighters in Colorado for their efforts. (Radio pool photo by Scott Horsley/NPR.)

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CBS News’ Mark Knoller took a rare photo of White House Chief of Staff Jacob Lew listening to the president’s remarks from the sidelines of the Briefing Room. President Barack Obama was in the White House Briefing Room this morning talking about the economy.

In shirt sleeves, President Barack Obama waves to UNLV students as he begins his speech on the economy and college affordability. He announced a plan to cap student loan payments at 10% of payees discretionary income. (Photo taken by CBS News’ Mark Knoller)

In shirt sleeves, President Barack Obama waves to UNLV students as he begins his speech on the economy and college affordability. He announced a plan to cap student loan payments at 10% of payees discretionary income. (Photo taken by CBS News’ Mark Knoller)

Romney hits Obama on Solyndra

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