President Barack Obama wasn’t shy during a speech presented in Ethiopa: “I’d win again,” he told the audience. The speech took place at the African Union in Addis Abada, and Obama was the first United States president to address the group specifically. Show More Summary
Technology has given us incredible new tools to communicate with friends, family, and colleagues, and all Americans should enjoy these benefits — including, and especially, those with disabilities. For those with hearing or speech impairments,...Show More Summary
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In the first ever speech by a U.S. president to the African Union, Barack Obama criticized African leaders for clinging to power, saying "nobody should be president for life," (though he joked he could win a third term if the U.S. constitution would allow it). Show More Summary
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People with a common form of hearing loss not helped by hearing aids achieved significant and sometimes profound improvements in their hearing and understanding of speech with hybrid cochlear implant devices, according to a new multicenter study.
This month, President Barack Obama commuted the long sentences of 46 federal prisoners convicted of drug crimes, and over the next few days he laid out his vision for criminal justice reform in speeches to the NAACP and at the El Reno Federal Correctional Institution in Oklahoma. Prison reformers...
President Barack Obama said that if he ran again, he could win a third term. But don't worry, HE IS NOT GOING TO DO IT. "I'm just saying, I could do it." (Getty) In a speech today at the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, POTUSShow More Summary
For better or worse the safe bet is that Carly Fiorina will not be the Republican nominee in 2016. The odds therefore are even longer that she...
President Obama is the first sitting American president to address the African Union. The speech capped a five-day trip to Kenya and Ethiopia.
"I actually think I’m a pretty good president. I think if I ran I could win." — President Obama, advocating the value of term limits during a speech in Africa, even as he added that he thought he could win a third term if it were allowed.
(1) Donald Trump once again (2) during a speech he gave yesterday (3). "(4)," Trump said, which immediately resulted in (5). He followed this up by (6) and threatening to (7). Despite, or perhaps because of this latest incident, Trump is still (8). Show More Summary
Facial motion capture - the same technology used to develop realistic computer graphics in video games and movies - has been used to identify differences between children with childhood apraxia of speech and those with other types of speech disorders, finds a new study by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
Continent told to embrace democracy and end "cancer of corruption" in first speech by a US president at AU headquarters.
People with a common form of hearing loss not helped by hearing aids achieved significant and sometimes profound improvements in their hearing and understanding of speech with hybrid cochlear implant devices, according to a new multicenter study led by specialists at NYU Langone Medical Center.
While discussing democracy during his last speech in Ethiopia on Tuesday, President Obama jokingly graded his presidency — Certified Fresh — and his imaginary 2016 chances. “I actually think I’m a pretty good president," he said. "I think if I ran, I would win." "But," he added, "I can’t." He went... More »
On Sunday, Time Africa bureau chief Aryn Baker filed a gushy report from Nairobi: “Obama Electrifies Kenyan Youth With a Speech From the Heart.” Baker seemed to be harkening back to the first Obama campaign eight years ago. Using words...Show More Summary
Speaking at a speech during his African trip, President Barack Obama sounded pretty confident he could win a third term, if only it were constitutional.
Hillary Clinton didn't say the company's name. But to her critics, her words during a major economic speech earlier this month left no doubt of their intended target. "This is a huge thing," Grover Norquist, the influential president of Americans for Tax Reform, told Business Insider in an interview last week. Show More Summary