President Obama wraps up a busy week Friday by addressing global health policy and headlining a fundraiser.
In the late morning, Obama will deliver remarks at the Global Health Security Agenda Summit, to be held in the White House complex.
This afternoon, the president will attend a Democratic National Committee roundtable at a private home in Washington.
During the day, Obama may ponder his latest personnel decision: A replacement for Attorney General Eric Holder, who announced Thursday he would be leaving the Justice Department.
The week also saw the start of U.S.-led airstrikes against Islamic State positions in Syria, and Obama's annual visit to the United Nations.