As Darth Vader would say, the circle is now complete. Fans already have the option to live-stream Bulls and Blackhawks games that air on CSN Chicago. And beginning this season, they will be able to do the same with Cubs and White Sox games that air on the network. Authenticated subscribers will...
November 8, 2016, began like any other big night in Obama-world: with chicken fingers and waffle fries. The tradition went back to the earliest days of Senator Barack Obama’s campaign for President, and was passed down from Chicago to Washington, D.C., and from Houlihan’s to the White House Navy Mess. Show More Summary
CHICAGO (WGN) -- Some customers at a River North nightclub say they were embarrassed and offended after a racially insensitive piñata was paraded around the club by white customers Sunday evening. The piñata resembled a performer in blackface at the El Hefe Club on West Hubbard St. Show More Summary
It’s turning into a pretty packed week for President Barack Obama, as he prepares to leave the Oval Office after eight busy years. A day after welcoming the the 2016 World Series-winning Chicago Cubs to the White House, Obama inked up his pen to either commute or pardon the sentences of more than 250 individuals […]
Sasha Obama is the youngest person to live in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr. Malia Obama was 10 when she moved into the White House and will head off to Harvard in the fall. Back in Chicago, Michelle Obama was a working mom;...Show More Summary
As teams across sports hedge on whether or not they'll visit the White House (a customary stop for championship teams) during a Trump presidency, the Chicago Cubs bypassed the debate altogether, squeezing in a visit during President Obama's last week in office. Show More Summary
A White House visit like the one that happened on Monday was once unimaginable. WASHINGTON — As you enter the East Room, Marines are playing folksy elevator music that they’re trying to pass off as jazz. A few men standing in the corner snuck in Cubs jerseys and tied them on over their suits. The president is late. Show More Summary
In the early 1960s, a growing number of lounges and clubs geared to young adults began emerging in Chicago. Some clubs such as the Playboy Club, which first opened in Chicago in 1960, pulled in white customers, while plenty of...
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and speak to the power of sports to unite a divided nation. Continue reading ? The post Watch Video: Obama celebrates World Series champion Chicago Cubs appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
President Barack Obama welcomed the World Series champion Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday January 16th, just days before he leaves office. Obama, a known Chicago White Sox fan, joked about whether he'd be able to wear the No. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama honored the World Series champion Chicago Cubs at the White House on Monday.
For the first time since 1888, the Chicago Cubs visited the White House on Monday to meet President Barack Obama and celebrate the team's first World Series title since 1908. "They said this day would never come," President Obama said to open his remarks, per the ESPN broadcast, amid laughter and applause in the White House. Show More Summary
Cubs players filed into the White House for Obama's final ceremony for a championship sports team.
The Cubs visited Washington on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and were greeted downtown by a guy from Chicago. Just four days before he leaves office, President Barack Obama welcomed the 2016 Cubs team for a ceremony at the White House. Show More Summary
Ari Emanuel, who met with his former client Donald Trump soon after the election, was at the White House today with President Barack Obama as the WME | IMG boss helped commemorate his hometown Chicago Cubs’ World Series victory. TheShow More Summary
President Barack Obama is celebrating the World Series champion Chicago Cubs before he leaves office. On what usually is a sleepy federal holiday at the White House, Cubs players filed … Click to Continue »
Watch a live stream of President Obama hosting the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs at the White House on Monday
The Chicago Cubs are minutes away from being honored at the White House for their World Series title... marking the last time President Obama will welcome a professional team to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 1:05 PM…
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The Chicago Cubs visited the White House on Monday to celebrate winning the World Series, and during the trip, they presented the president with a special gift, his own personalized Air Jordans. Dexter Fowler revealed the Air JordanShow More Summary