Appearing in front of a live audience at American University, the president also urged the students gathered there to be active participants in government
(WASHINGTON) — The White House said Thursday that President Barack Obama briefly lived with an uncle who faced deportation from the United States, correcting its previous statements that the president had never met Onyango Obama.
The 69-year-old, Kenyan-born half-brother of Obama’s estranged father was granted permission this week
The 500,000 buildings and 600,000 cars owned by the federal government will have to get greener
Looks like Blackberry will keep at least one loyal customer
Ashtyn Gardner, age two, topples over while playing with one of the Obamas’ Portuguese water dogs
(WASHINGTON) — Michelle Obama is giving military families a first look at the White House Christmas decorations.
Family dog Bo, the star of past Obama White House holiday displays, had to share the spotlight with his little sister, Sunny.
Two life-sized replicas of the Portuguese water dogs made of satin ribbons are one of the
Obama’s staunchest supporters are disillusioned with the healthcare law and the President himself
(WASHINGTON) — President Barack Obama’s lawyer in the White House is sticking around a little longer.
The White House said in September that Kathryn Ruemmler planned to leave by the end of the year to go into private practice in New York. But White House officials say that after speaking with the president, Ruemmler agreed to stay
(WASHINGTON) — The man who lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is more than just another celebrity, or the famous face behind the government’s troubled health care website. Here are five new things about President Barack Obama:
HE SINGS IN THE BATHROOM
Obama showed off his pipes when he sang the opening lines of the Al Green classic …
Former White House advisor says “people trust this president”
They’d be the first presidential family in nearly 100 years to stick around
Also meets with two agents wounded in LAX shooting
He spoke to Walters in an ABC News interview on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination