'He Developed From An Unlikely Presidential Candidate To A World Leader': Steve Kroft On 'Barack Obama: The 60 Minutes Interviews' AudiobookPresident Barack Obama was interviewed 17 times by Steve Kroft while he was at CBS News. The former 60 Minutes correspondent discusses his new audiobook featuring all his conversations with the 44th President.
'Jimmy Carter Is The Un-Trump': Jonathan Alter On Book 'His Very Best: Jimmy Carter, A Life'Jimmy Carter only served one term as President of the United States, but a new book from Jonathan Alter reveals how he had a historic impact on America.
Obama Defends Decision To Commute Manning's Sentence During Final PresserAfter eight years, President Barack Obama’s time as President of the United States is almost over.
Trump Holds Q&A, Discussing Jobs, Russia, Israel President-elect Donald Trump had his most detailed interaction with journalists since before the election by way of comments about transition discussions with President Barack Obama and the return of 8,000 jobs to the U.S.
'Come On, Man,' Obama Says, Rolling His Eyes At TrumpRolling his eyes at the Republican nominee, President Barack Obama mocked Donald Trump's purported business acumen and newfound rage against the "global elite," as he rallied Friday for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Two South Florida Cops Honored At White HouseTwo South Florida police officers received the nation's highest safety honor at a ceremony Monday at the White House.
Obama Not Ready To Declare Clinton Nominee But Hints At Sanders' Slim ChanceWhile President Barack Obama isn't ready to urge Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders to exit the party's primary, he did suggest the Vermont senator's prospects are slim.
Malia Obama Entering Harvard, Plans To Take Year Off FirstPresident Obama's eldest daughter Malia will take a year off after graduating high school in June before enrolling at Harvard University in 2017, a year later than had been widely expected, the president and his wife said in a long-awaited announcement Sunday.
SeaWorld, Humane Society Push Obama To End Japanese WhalingSeaWorld and the Humane Society of the United States have requested for President Barack Obama to put pressure on Japan to end its commercial whaling activities.
Wasserman Schultz Picks Up Endorsement From President ObamaRep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who chairs the Democratic National Committee, has picked up an endorsement from President Barack Obama as she runs for a sixth term.
Exclusive: One-On-One With Alan Gross, Pt. 3As the impact of President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba continues to unfold, Chief Investigative Reporter Michele Gillen spoke exclusively with Alan Gross, the American contractor who had been held prisoner in Cuba for five years.
America Split Down Middle On President Obama's Job PerformanceAmerica is basically split down the middle when it comes to how well President Barack Obama is doing his job.
Local Cuban Americans Torn Over President's Trip To HavanaProtests and political chatter over cafecito in Miami's Little Havana as President Barack Obama marks day two of historic trip to Cuba.
Rally Held In Little Havana Demands Cuban "Libertad"As President Barack Obama boarded Air Force One for Cuba Sunday, crowds marched in Miami's Little Havana against the presidential visit to the communist nation.
Dozens Of Cubans Arrested Amid Obama's ArrivalThe arrival of President Barack Obama to Cuba on Sunday came after more than 50 dissidents and demonstrators were arrested in the streets of Havana.