Many questions arose when NBC announced that President Barack Obama would tape an episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls" while visiting Alaska this week. But survivalist host Grylls directly addressed one of the more pressing questions...Show More Summary
Karl Rove, the former adviser to then-President George W. Bush, told Time Magazine on Monday that President Barack Obama "ought to be more gracious" to 25th President William McKinley, "the guy who made it possible for him to be president."...Show More Summary
Denali On Sunday, the eve of his historic trip to Alaska and the Arctic, President Barack Obama announced that his administration would rename North America’s tallest mountain Mount McKinley as “Denali.” The original name of our highest peak, Denali, is a name given it by the Alaskan native people which stands for “the high one” [...]Show More Summary
President Barack Obama gave an interview to The Forward, a prominent Jewish publication, and while he fielded questions about important matters like the Iran nuclear deal, he also answered a few essential questions about bagels. “I was always a big poppy seed guy,” Obama said, when asked about his favorite bagel flavor. Show More Summary
By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Saturday defended his decision to allow Royal Dutch Shell to drill for oil in the Arctic Ocean under what he said were rigorous standards, fending off criticism by environmental groups. Show More Summary
Survival expert Bear Grylls has bagged his biggest celebrity yet for a walk in the wilderness — President Barack Obama. Continue reading ? The post President to take wilderness trip with Bear Grylls appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Bear Grylls’ shows are known as the bottom of the barrel in demeaning sexist, speciesist, and who knows what other “-ist” TV reality show–and that’s certainly saying something. This... The post PETA Statement on President Barack Obama joining Running Wild With Bear Grylls appeared first on PETA.
President Barack Obama said he is personally hurt when people label him anti-Semitic for expressing positions that run opposite to that of the Israeli government.
President Barack Obama's historic Alaska trip this week, part of his ongoing efforts to highlight the devastating effects of climate change, will take him further north than any sitting president has traveled before. While there, he will speak at a RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
President Barack Obama is traveling to the Alaskan wilderness later this year for an episode of 'Running Wild With Bear Grylls'.
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Here is some stuff in the news today...[Content Note: Racism] The tallest mountain peak in the US will no longer be officially known as Mount McKinley, but as Denali: "With the approval of President Barack Obama, Interior Secretary Sally...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama said in an interview published Monday that he respects the motives of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and some other opponents of the Iran nuclear deal. “I don’t think somebody like a Chuck Schumer wants war,” Obama told Jane Eisner, editor-in-chief of The Forward, a national Jewish newspaper. Show More Summary
Press release from NBC, Aug. 31, 2015: NBC and Electus today announced that President Barack Obama will trek through the wilderness with survival expert Bear Grylls for a Special Edition of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls,” during a visit to...
Welcome to the wild, Mr. President! Barack Obama will test his survivalist skills this falls when he appears on an episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls! The Prez's presence will grace the NBC show in Alaska, where Obama and Grylls will meet about the effects of climate change in the area, and then head out into [...]
When it comes to making famous people put themselves through strenuous tasks in the name of ?survival,? Bear Grylls just don?t give a flip. And he will host one of the most famous people in the world soon, as President Barack Obama will join him for Running Wild later this year.Click To Continue Reading
President Barack Obama is set to join Bear Grylls for a trek through the Alaskan wilderness on NBC’s Running Wild with Bear Grylls. President Obama will join Grylls while visiting Alaska to observe the effects of global warming. President Obama’s Alaskan adventure will be taped to appear on NBC later this year. Show More Summary
On Sunday, President Barack Obama announced that the highest peak in North America, Alaska's Mount McKinley, would formally be changed to its Athabascan name: Denali. This makes a lot of sense. The mountain was known as Denali long before...Show More Summary
NBC and Electus said this morning that President Barack Obama will become the “first U.S. president to receive a crash course in survival techniques from Bear Grylls,” when he appears with Grylls in a special edition of Running WildShow More Summary
President Barack Obama is hitting the trail again, but this time, it's got nothing to do with a campaign.