WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is posthumously bestowing America's highest military honor on two World War I Army veterans who may have been denied the honor because of discrimination. The award comes after Congress passed an exemption from Medal of Honor rules specifying that heroic actions have to have taken place within five years to be considered.
They elected Obama -- twice! And will nominate Hillary Clinton. But that is just a smidgen (as Barack Obama might say) of what is wrong with Democrats.
Jon Stewart mocked lawmakers and President Barack Obama for trying to scare Americans into supporting the Patriot Act. He played clips of several senators blasting Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who forced the expiration of some provisions of the legislation passed in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001,...
The President of the United States, like millions of other people, tweeted Caitlyn Jenner today after the unveiling of the cover of Vanity Fair. After enduring hours of facial-feminization surgery, breast augmentation, and hormone therapy,...Show More Summary
Former Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) told HuffPost Live on Monday that President Barack Obama is making a “big mistake” in his push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Here's the video of Frank’s remarks in an interview withShow More Summary
Ever since Caitlyn Jenner revealed herself on the cover of Vanity Fair this afternoon, we've expected an outpouring of support from her loved ones. And, to their credit, Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian and company have all weighed in with...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama Reacts To Caitlyn Jenner’s Reveal Caitlyn Jenner burst onto the scene today and had Twitter abuzz for hours. Now the President himself has joined the ranks of multiple celebrities who have weighed in on the former patriarch’s
President Barack Obama took to Twitter to comment on Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner) after her Vanity Fair cover hit the web. “It takes courage to share your story,” the 53-year-old President tweeted about the 65-year-old former Olympian. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Barack Obama In case you didn’t know, Caitlyn beat out [...]
In her Twitter debut, Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner set a world record, beating President Barack Obama's time to the milestone
Caitlyn Jenner's debut has everyone talking… including the President of the United States! Barack Obama tweeted a reply to the 65-year-old Olympian's newly created Twitter account. The President's message was short, but powerful: It takes courage to share your story. Show More Summary
Step aside Barack Obama, Caitlyn Jenner is the new queen of Twitter. In just about four hours, Jenner has amassed one million followers -- one hour faster than President Obama's record in May when he established the @POTUS Twitter account. Show More Summary
JERUSALEM (AP) — U.S President Barack Obama reached out to a skeptical Israeli public in an interview aired Monday saying that only an agreement, not military action, can prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. Obama said: "I can,...Show More Summary
Barack Obama studied radical leftist Saul Alinsky and taught his methods in school. Obama teaches Alinsky method in Chicago. Obama based his entire political and professional career on Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, a system used to divide, agitate, create … Continue reading ?
When President Barack Obama launched his new @POTUS Twitter account last month, it quickly broke the world record for fastest to reach 1 million followers in just under five hours. Today, Caitlyn Jenner broke that record, reaching that milestone in just over four hours.
Barack Obama told a group of Asian youths today that many of the things said about him are “terribly unfair.” President Obama – "Democracy is hard, I think many of the things that are said about me are terribly unfair" … Continue reading ?
On Saturday, B.B. King was buried and President Barack Obama sent a message that was read at King's funeral at the Bell Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Indianola, Miss., the place King considered home. The message read, in part, "There's going to be one killer blues session in Heaven tonight."
Young and other Republicans said the bill was "written for fish and communities" and would give regional fisheries managers greater flexibility to shift catch totals as ocean conditions and science change. President Barack Obama and other Democrats say the measure could lead to overfishing and roll back successful efforts to rebuild some stocks depleted by overfishing.
Long-time CBS News anchor and correspondent Bob Schieffer retired last week. In an exit interview with Fox News' Howard Kurtz, Schieffer admitted...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Monday that land reclamation projects in the South China Sea are unproductive and called for an end to aggressive action in the region. "We think that land reclamation, aggressive...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is offering a glimpse into how he would want history to judge his presidency by emphasizing the U.S. recovery, his health care law and his foreign policy. Republicans seeking the presidential nomination have been especially critical of Obama's foreign policy, arguing that the world is more dangerous now than when he took office.