U.S. President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, singer Bruce Springsteen, Chelsea and Bill Clinton, along with tens of thousands of supporters, campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia in what is her second-to-last campaign event before Election Day. Continue reading
“Don’t be superstituous because I don’t want you to listen to this foolishness. Foolishness about ‘your vote doesn’t matter.’ Your vote does matter,” says musician Stevie Wonder. Continue reading
Singer Stevie Wonder joins U.S. President Barack Obama at a campaign in Kissimmee, Florida. Obama mocks Donald Trump over reports that the Trump campaign has barred the GOP nominee from using Twitter.
Barack Obama rose from humble roots to become America’s first black president, championing a new healthcare law and forging diplomatic breakthroughs with Iran and Cuba amid staunch Republican opposition.
The White House says President Barack Obama believes the FBI director is not trying to influence the U.S. presidential election by announcing scrutiny of additional emails linked to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Celebrities including Angela Bassett speak at the opening ceremony of the National Museum of African-American History. Continue reading
U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who has long questioned President Barack Obama’s U.S. citizenship, acknowledges the president was born in the United States.
The Philippines says President Rodrigo Duterte regrets the comments he made about U.S. President Barack Obama, and hopes to iron out the differences between the two nations.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan tells over a million supporters at a rally in Istanbul that July’s failed coup only makes their country stronger, while a Turkish sense of nationalism also hits his supporters in Washington D.C. Gavino Garay reports.
In his weekly address, U.S. President Barack Obama wishes Team USA the best of luck at the Summer Olympics while also appearing to take shots at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump without ever saying his name. Continue reading