| President Obama in Asbury Park, NJ on Tuesday: "So, Jersey, you’ve still got a long road ahead, but when you look out on this beach -- this beautiful beach here, even in the rain, it looks good. You look out over the horizon, you can count on the fact that you won’t be alone. Your fellow citizens will be there for you -- just like we’ll be there for folks in Breezy Point and Staten Island -- (applause) -- and obviously, we’re going to be there for the folks in Monroe [sic], Oklahoma, after the devastation of last week. (Applause.)
| The president and the governor of New Jersey will meet again, seven months after Sandy devastated the New Jersey coast. Major Garrett reports on the rebuilding effort and how the president is trying to restore confidence in wake of recent scandals.
| CBS News chief Washington correspondent and host of "Face the Nation" Bob Schieffer discusses President Obama's response to the media in the wake the Associated Press scandal, as well as the the president's recent counter-terrorism speech.
| Protesters vented their anger at the IRS in Cincinnati on Tuesday. The IRS is under investigation, amid revelations that a Cincinnati-base IRS division singled out conservative groups for additional scrutiny.
| President Barack Obama: "That’s why I like getting out of the Washington echo chamber whenever I can – because too often, our politics aren’t focused on the same things you are. Working hard. Supporting your family and your community. Making sure your kids have every chance in life. More than anything, the American people make me optimistic about where we’re headed as a nation.
| White House Spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Wednesday that it was not a sign of a lack of leadership that the President and top officials are discovering scandals in the administration at the same time as the American people from press reports. "I would be interested to see what the reporting would be if it were otherwise," Carney said.
| President Barack Obama says the acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Steven Miller, has submitted his resignation in the aftermath of an investigation that found the agency improperly targeted conservative groups.
| President Barack Obama is asking Americans to urge Congress to pass his proposals on jobs, education and raising the minimum wage. Obama spoke at a high school in Texas, kicking off a series of quick trips to highlight his proposals.