President Barack Obama has had his Twitter account less than a week, and already he has been bombarded with hateful and racist tweets, according to the New York Times. One tweet came with a picture of a monkey and another one came with...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a triumph for President Barack Obama, sweeping legislation to strengthen the administration's hand in global trade talks advanced toward Senate passage Thursday after a showdown vote that remained in doubt until the final moment.
WASHINGTON -- A revealing conversation on the Senate floor Thursday showed precisely how secretive President Barack Obama's pending trade deals are, and the absurdity of arguments to the contrary. Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Elizabeth...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama, joined by Saudi King Salman, shakes hands with other members of the royal family. (
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said Thursday that members of Congress haven't "earned the right to be critics" of President Barack Obama's strategy for defeating the Islamic State because they haven't taken the time to debate or...Show More Summary
After a recent shocking report revealing a near doubling in suicide rates for African-American children, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) is calling on President Barack Obama to focus on the issue.
In an interview for the American magazine “The Atlantic” today (Thursday), US President Barack Obama addressed Israel’s concerns from the developing agreement. “20 years from now, I’m still going to be around, God willing. If Iran has a nuclear weapon, it’s my name on this,” Obama stated.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says he has a personal stake in ensuring that negotiations with Iran produce an agreement that keeps Tehran from producing a nuclear weapon over the long term.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday that he plans to designate Tunisia as a major non-NATO ally of the United States, recognizing the country's democratic progress after the 2011 Arab Spring uprising. After...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama defended his Iran diplomacy in an interview with The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg published on May 21st. The president offered a curious view of how the Iranian regime's ideology informs its policy decisions, arguing that these ideas wouldn't really affect an emerging nuclear deal and what would follow. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, when President Barack Obama spoke at the US Coast Guard Academy's commencement ceremony, he called climate change "an immediate risk to our national security." In recent months, the Obama administration has repeatedly highlighted...Show More Summary
To President Barack Obama, climate change is a threat to national security. To Jeb Bush, a likely Republican presidential candidate, it's not clear how much humans are to blame for the Earth's fluctuating climate. In his ongoing effort...Show More Summary
Sanctions relief on Iran as part of any final nuclear deal will not significantly empower Tehran militarily, US President Barack Obama said in an interview published on Thursday in The Atlantic.
President Barack Obama sat down for an interview with The Atlantic this week and said that, despite a major recent loss in Iraq, the US is not losing the fight against the Islamic State terror group. But the militants are still far from...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday that he plans to designate Tunisia as a major non-NATO ally of the United States,
President Barack Obama is insisting he has a "personal interest" in making sure a nuclear deal with Iran is effective. In a new interview with The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg published Thursday, Obama said his legacy is on the line when it comes to Iran. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, pretty much everyone from the tech industry, including giants such as Facebook, Google, Apple, and Microsoft, sent a letter to President Barack Obama to tell him to say no to any request to weaken encryption to make life easier to law enforcement agencies. Show More Summary
The United States is not losing the war against the Islamic State despite the recent capture of the provincial capital of Ramadi, US President Barack Obama said in an interview published in The Atlantic on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said the fall of the Iraqi city of Ramadi to Islamic State militants was a "tactical setback" but in an interview released on Thursday he said that "I don't think we're losing" the fight against the group.
All three networks on Thursday again skipped Barack Obama's lecturing the Coast Guard Academy that ignoring "serious threat" of climate change is a "dereliction of duty." The President also somehow blamed the rise of Boko Haram on global warming. Show More Summary