President Barack Obama addressed the state of race relations in America, less than a week after George Zimmerman was acquitted Saturday on self defense grounds for killing the unarmed black 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
“You know, when Trayvon Martin was first shot, I said that this could have been my son. Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could have been me, 35 years ago.”
After months on the defensive over IRS targeting and NSA surveillance programs, President Barack Obama is trying to put the scandals behind him while attempting to restore trust in the federal government and his own management …
“On July 4th, 1776, a small band of patriots declared that we were a people created equal…”
Stopping short of calling it a “coup,” Obama calls for swift return to a democratically elected civilian government.
In his first trip to Africa since reelection, President Obama visits Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania to promote democracy and the continent as a growing market for U.S. businesses.
But Chinese President Xi Jinping is told continued hacking will sour relationship with the U.S.
In a Friday morning press conference in San Jose, Calif., President Obama took the stage to respond to criticism about the recently-unmasked phone surveillance program. The leaked court order sparked widespread privacy concerns …
President Barack Obama issued a strong statement in support Friday for the controversial National Security Agency surveillance programs.
The “Red State” swing state proved to be vexing for Obama and Democrats. Will it stay that way?
In Moore, Okla., President Barack Obama tours destroyed homes, meets with victims
Remarks provided by the White House Press Office