In June, Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign scored one of the sickest election season burns. Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump had just gone after President Barack Obama for backing Clinton in the race. "Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. Show More Summary
In a pre-recorded interview with President Barack Obama aired on Sunday's Face the Nation, CBS anchor John Dickerson started to press the President modestly on Hillary Clinton's mishandling of her work email as Secretary of State and...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama and Senator Elizabeth Warren are both Democrats and they both have a fire under them that drives them to pursue major domestic changes in the governing of the U.S. At times, they have been at odds with each other, especially on the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama turned up his attacks on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying Mr. Trump's stances on Muslims and NATO showed he was unqualified to hold the government's highest office and worked in the interest of American enemies.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro on Sunday attacked President Barack Obama for noting a decline in crime over the past 25 years. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said that the United States is in a moment of “crisis” and that crime is rapidly getting worse. In response to his...
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is undermining America’s values with his campaign rhetoric and is unprepared to be commander-in-chief, President Barack Obama said during an interview that aired on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday morning. “If we start engaging in the kinds of proposals that we’ve heard from Mr. Show More Summary
Malik Obama, the half-brother of President Barack Obama, claims he is voting for Donald Trump in the November U.S. general election. A resident of Kenya, Malik Obama, 58, made his presidential preference known to the New York Post. “I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart. Show More Summary
Malik Obama wants to “make America great again!” President Barack Obama’s Kenyan half-brother, 58, is endorsing Republican nominee Donald Trump. “I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart,”… READ ON
Prez Obama's half brother is jumping ship -- he's disappointed in Barack's administration and says he'll be casting a vote for Donald Trump. Malik Obama, a longtime Democrat, says he won't back Hillary Clinton for several reasons... including her…
President Barack Obama says Donald Trump's suggestion that the U.S. might not come to the defense of NATO allies is another sign of what he calls Trump's "lack of preparedness" on foreign policy. Obama tells CBS' "Face the Nation" that Trump's comments amount to an admission that the U.S. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says that GOP nominee Donald Trump's recent suggestion that the U.S. might not come to the defense of NATO allies is another sign of Trump's "lack of preparedness" on foreign policy. Obama responded:...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has from the start not seemed to take the threat of terrorism very seriously. Nor does he take the reality…
Politico, IRS Manager Punished for Attending Obama Rally on Work Trip: A supervisor at the Internal Revenue Service has received a 14-day suspension for ditching work in 2012 to attend a re-election rally for President Barack Obama. The IRS official's actions violated the Hatch Act, a federal law limiting politicking...
Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif.), a candidate for the U.S. Senate, suggested that President Barack Obama is backing her opponent, California Attorney General Kamala Harris, because they are both black. In an interview in Spanish on aShow More Summary
President Barack Obama has come under fire after a video clip emerged showing the moment that he digressed from grave comments about the deadly mass shooting in Munich, Germany to grin, chuckle and crack a joke about his daughter Malia leaving for college. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON ? Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) joined President Barack Obama for the White House’s weekly address to tout actions the administration has taken to reform Wall Street and reduce the risk of another financial crisis. “President Obama delivered. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama on Friday signed a bill into law to address the country's ever-growing opioid epidemic, despite issues with funding. "This legislation includes some modest steps to address the opioid epidemic," the president said in a statement. "Given the scope of this crisis, some action is better than none." WASHINGTON, DC [...]
One can only imagine the hurting felt by a parent when it comes to losing a child who is serving and fighting in the military. Unfortunately, President Barack Obama newly
President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law a measure that pledges greater efforts to protect drug-dependent newborns and assist their parents. The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act also stresses drug treatment and overdose prevention to help stanch the nation’s heroin and opioid drug...
President Barack Obama signed a bill that aims to counter the country’s opioid addiction crisis, he said in a statement.