Today at Arlington Cemetery, President Obama said — not kidding — "For many of us, this Memorial Day is especially meaningful; it is the first since our war in Afghanistan came to an end." He immediately added: "Today is the first Memorial...Show More Summary
This Memorial Day morning, President Obama traveled to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia to pay solemn tribute to the men and women of our armed forces who have made the ultimate sacrifice. President Barack Obama participates...Show More Summary
ARLINGTON, Va. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama heralded the first U.S. Memorial Day in 14 years without a major ground war in an annual ceremony of remembrance on Monday for fallen American forces. In remarks at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, Obama paid tribute to U.S. Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden called Iraq's prime minister Monday to try to smooth over a rough exchange of words between the two governments following the fall of important cities to Islamic State militants in recent days.
President Barack Obama heralded the first U.S. Memorial Day in 14 years without a major ground war in an annual ceremony of remembrance on Monday for fallen American forces. In remarks at Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, Obama paid tribute to U.S. Show More Summary
The president called Arlington National Cemetery "more than a final resting place for fallen heroes." It is, he said, "a reflection of America itself."
America has a debt it can never repay to its war dead but will never stop trying, President Barack Obama said Monday during the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered four days of air combat readiness testing on Monday, the third major military exercise staged by the Kremlin in as many months.
President Barack Obama on Monday honored soldiers who died in Afghanistan, during his annual speech at Arlington national cemetery on Memorial Day. Though troops remain stationed in Afghanistan, it was the first time in 14 years that the US had celebrated the holiday while not engaged in a major...
President Barack Obama saluted Americans who died in battle on Memorial Day, saying the country must "never stop trying to fully repay them" for their sacrifices.
President Barack Obama, accompanied by Maj. Gen. Jeffrey S. Buchanan, left, Commander of the U.S. Army Military District of Washington, and the with the aid of Sgt. 1st Class John C. Wirth, lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns, on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, 2015, at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
It is the oldest active duty unit of the US Army and it presides over America’s fallen heroes on a daily basis. What for many would be a task too heavy to bear on a daily basis, the Third Infantry Regiment takes incredible pride and honor in executing. Read more...
Vice President Joe Biden spent his Memorial Day kicking off the annual UnitedHealthcare Ride 2 Recovery Memorial Challenge, a six-day, 350-mile ride from Washington, D.C., to Virginia Beach, Virginia. The event took place outside Biden's...Show More Summary
President Obama marked Memorial Day by laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery and thanking American soldiers and their families for sacrifices made from World War II through Afghanistan. Obama said it was “a debt we will never repay.” Now in his seventh year in office, Obama -- […]
President Obama spoke at Arlington National Cemetery today and honored the sacrifice of America's fallen soldiers.
President Obama will be delivering remarks at Arlington National Cemetery today in honor of Memorial Day.
President Barack Obama is visiting Arlington National Cemetery this Memorial Day to honor those who have sacrificed their lives while serving in the U.S. military. Obama will lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and make remarks honoring those who have died. Watch a video of the events above. Show More Summary
DETROIT — Entering the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit for Rob Pruitt’s new exhibition, the viewer is enticed immediately by a meticulous grid of President Obama–themed, patriotic-colored paintings.
This isn’t a joke, but the current presidency is a joke (so the two go together?). To commemorate Memorial Day weekend, the Democratic Party’s official Twitter account tweeted a picture of Obama eating ice cream. Ridiculous, right?
The dissimilarity between the warrior King David and President Obama, the warrior politician, comes to mind this Memorial Day.