HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama says one of his missions after leaving office will be to develop a new generation of leaders on issues such as climate change, criminal justice reform and expanding health insurance coverage.
I have some good news and some bad news. Bad news first? There may be an incoming solar storm that completely destroys the electrical grid and ends life as we know it. The good news? Idaho will be a good place to be.
Tuesday night will mark the last time President Obama travels to Capitol Hill to address both houses of Congress for his annual State of the Union speech. Aides have announced that the speech will focus mainly on the president's optimistic outlook about America's future, along with a look back at his administration's achievements.
While it isn't always helpful to point fingers, the gridlock in Washington does make one wonder who needs to get moving. Especially with leaders all over the map pointing fingers at the guy across the aisle.
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President Barack Obama is set to hold his first Twitter town hall on Wednesday.
The president will answer questions submitted by using the #AskObama hashtag via a live webcast at 2 p.m. ET at askobama.twitter.com.
President Obama isn't waiting until he's on the campaign trail to speak to the people.
The Commander-in-Chief made some waves on his visit to Ireland when he grabbed a cell phone from someone in the crowd in Dublin and began talking to the person on the other end for about 15 seconds before handing the phone back and going about his business.
Barack Obama is cashing in on the birther controversy.
For a donation of $25 or more to the President's reelection campaign, you can get a copy of his much-discussed birth certificate to wear right on your chest.
In an email to supporters, Obama's deputy campaign manager, Julianna Smoot, explained the reasoning behind the sure-to-be controversial T-shirt.
A late-night announcement made from the White House's East Room on Sunday set the world aflutter, and news of the death of Osama bin Laden quickly spread across the globe.
President Barack Obama announced Sunday night that bin Laden had been killed and his body taken into U.S. custody in Pakistan.
Word of the death of Al Qaeda's leader quickly spread, and politicians, celebrities and athletes bega