Netflix Announces Multi-Year Production Deal With The ObamasHow about a Netflix & chill session worth of a president?
Trump Blames Putin, Obama For 'Animal Assad' After Reports Of Syrian Chemical AttackThe President lashed out on Twitter after reports of a chemical attack in Syria.
Obamas Write Letter To "Inspirational" Students Of ParklandIn the wake of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, former President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama wrote a letter to the "inspiring" students of Parkland who have launched a national conversation on gun violence.
Barack and Michelle Obama's Official Portraits UnveiledFormer President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are joining other first couples at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.
Prince Harry On Obama Invitation: 'Wouldn't Want To Ruin That Surprise'Former President Barack Obama is urging leaders not to use social media in a way that divides people. 
Gallup Poll: Obama, Hillary Clinton Remain Most AdmiredFormer President Barack Obama has hit a milestone.
Barack Obama Shows Up In Chicago For Jury Duty; Not ChosenImagine showing up at the local courthouse to do your civil duty and finding yourself sitting next to a president.
Trump Administration: Premiums For Obamacare Plans To Soar 37%Premiums for the silver Obamacare plan are expected to soar 37% on average for 2018, according to federal data. 
Trump Wanted Gag Order Lifted On FBI InformantTrump wanted gag order lifted on FBI informant who played critical role in investigation into Obama-era uranium deal with Russia.
House Republicans Announce Probe Into 2010 Uranium Deal With RussiaIntelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-California, is one of the representatives leading the probe.
Appeal Backed By Former Presidents Raises $31MThe five former presidents still living put aside politics and appeared together for the first time since 2013 at a concert on Saturday to raise money for victims of devastating hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Obama Tells Democrats To Reject Politics Of Division & FearFormer President Barack Obama called on fellow Democrats Thursday to reject politics of "division" and "fear" at a rally for the party's candidates for governor in Virginia and New Jersey.

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