Washington, Jan 19, US President Barack Obama plans to deliver the annual State of the Union address next week, when he will review the condition of the country and map out his vision for the coming year.
Washington, Jan 19, US President Barack Obama and his family served meals to the homeless to mark Martin Luther King Jr Day.
Brussels, Jan 18, The problem with starting out as a messiah is that you usually end up being clobbered by your own fans.
Washington, Jan 16, Carlos Allen, the third White House crasher at President Barack Obama’s State Dinner for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, says he wanted to dance with Michelle Obama, and maybe Hillary Clinton, too.
Washington, Jan 16, With health care reform practically under his belt, another crucial reform, immigration, is emerging as a major challenge for US President Barack Obama in 2010. A large portion of the immigrant community has laid its hopes on Obama to solve a problem that spans several administrations.
Washington, Jan 15, President Barack Obama hopes to start off his second year in office with a bang – a major health care reform bill that has eluded US presidents for decades.
Washington, Jan 13, The “third crasher” may not have got any close to President Barack Obama or his guest Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, but new photos reveal that Carlos Allen posed for pictures with many powerful people.
Washington, Jan 13, Americans are giving Barack Obama a split decision on his first year in office with 48 percent saying his presidency has been a failure so far and 47 percent saying Obama has been a success, according to a new poll.
Washington, Jan 12, President Barack Obama has come to the rescue of embattled Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid saying, “This is a good man who has always been on the right side of history.”
Reid, who has been embroiled in a controversy for describing Obama in 2008 as “light skinned” and “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one” in a new book, in turn acknowledged Monday that “I could have used a better choice of words”.
Washington, Jan 12, Most Americans remain confident that President Barack Obama’s administration can protect the country from terrorism despite the Christmas Day attempt to blow up a US airliner, according to a new national poll.