Politics & Government

August 26, 2014 7:39 PM

Obama pledges support for veterans in Charlotte speech

Calling it a moral obligation, President Barack Obama on Tuesday outlined steps to help veterans and restore trust damaged by a series of “outrageous and inexcusable” problems and scandals.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima 02:27

Americans agree, it's time for Obama to visit Hiroshima

NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill 02:14

NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill

Attorney General comments on HB2 suit during Fayetteville stop 01:27

Attorney General comments on HB2 suit during Fayetteville stop

Black pastors rally in support of HB2, saying LGBT rights are not civil rights 02:16

Black pastors rally in support of HB2, saying LGBT rights are not civil rights

Gergen urges Elon grads to 'take North Carolina back' 01:42

Gergen urges Elon grads to 'take North Carolina back'

Transgender activists to Charlotte council: Stand firm on nondiscrimination ordinance 01:24

Transgender activists to Charlotte council: Stand firm on nondiscrimination ordinance

The Body Politic opera 01:01

The Body Politic opera

Neighbors call for probe of state's lifting of do-not-drink notice on wells near coal ash ponds 02:47

Neighbors call for probe of state's lifting of do-not-drink notice on wells near coal ash ponds

This Kentuckian is really "feelin' the bern" for Bernie Sanders 01:13

This Kentuckian is really "feelin' the bern" for Bernie Sanders

Dollar explains pay raises in proposed budget 02:00

Dollar explains pay raises in proposed budget

Scenes from Moral Monday in Raleigh 00:54

Scenes from Moral Monday in Raleigh

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos