Obama To Police: Thanks For Serving, 'We Have Your Backs'The nation will get through the aftermath of the recent killings of police officers, President Barack Obama said in an open letter to law enforcement.
Democratic Convention To Feature Past, Present, Future Party StarsThe stars of the Democratic party - past, present and future - will be showcased at the national convention.
FBI Won't Recommend Charges In Clinton Email InvestigationPresident Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will rally in CharFBI Director James Comey says they will not recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of private email servers while she was secretary of state - lifting a major legal threat to her presidential campaign. lotte, N.C. on Tuesday.
Obama Takes The Stage Chanting "Hillary, Hillary, Hillary"President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton made their first joint appearance of the 2016 campaign on Tuesday in North Carolina.
Obama Urges Congress To Pass Zika Prevention BillPresident Obama says a vaccine for the Zika virus could be developed in "fairly short order" if Congress acts quickly to pass a bill to prevent the spread of the disease.
Obama, Clinton To Campaign In North CarolinaPresident Barack Obama and the woman who wants to succeed him are making their first campaign appearance together next week.
Obama Designates First U.S. Monument To Gay Rights In New YorkPresident Obama has created the first national monument to gay rights on Friday, designating the site of the Stonewall riots in Manhattan where the modern gay rights movement took root nearly 50 years ago.
Supreme Court Blocks President Obama's Immigration PlanPresident Barack Obama's immigration plan that sought to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation has been blocked by the U.S. Supreme Court.
In Orlando, Obama Calls For Healing, Meets With FamiliesOffering sympathy but no easy answers, President Obama arrived Thursday in Orlando to try to console those mourning the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
McCain: Obama "Directly Responsible" For Orlando ShootingRepublican Sen. John McCain has backed off his comment that President Barack Obama was "directly responsible" for the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, because of the rise of the Islamic State group on the president's watch.
Obama To "Stand In Solidarity" With Orlando During VisitPresident Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are visiting Orlando Thursday to "stand in solidarity with the Orlando community," according to the White House.
Obama, Clinton Rail Against Trump Over Orlando Shooting CommentsPresident Barack Obama delivered a scathing speech in response to Donald Trump's accusations he is not tough enough in fighting terrorist groups.