Barack Obama is halfway to an EGOT.
President Barack Obama returned to the White House to celebrate the 12th anniversary of his signature Affordable Care Act, which President Joe Biden is looking to extend.
The former president of the United States announced Sunday on Twitter that he's tested positive for COVID-19.
President Barack Obama has lauded the heroes of 9/11 — and of the years since — in a message to mark the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks.
The Obamas announced the death of the family dog Bo after his battle with cancer, calling him “a true friend and loyal companion.”
Obama had previously teamed up with former presidents Clinton, Bush and Carter for a PSA showing them receiving their vaccines. But as vaccine eligibility expanded in April, Obama shifted his message to meet the next wave of recipients on their platform of choice.
"A Promised Land," Obama's first of two planned volumes, could become the best-selling presidential memoir in modern times.
Three former presidents say they’d be willing to publicly take a coronavirus vaccine, once one becomes available, to encourage all Americans to get inoculated against the disease.
“We are thrilled with the first day sales. They reflect the widespread excitement that readers have for President Obama’s highly anticipated and extraordinarily written book.”
"I could not be prouder to congratulate our next President, Joe Biden, and our next First Lady, Jill Biden," Obama said in a statement.
With less than two weeks until Election Day, Barack Obama delivered a sweeping condemnation of Trump while urging voters not to sit out the Nov. 3 election. He cast Trump as uninterested in leading America through the unprecedented challenges the country is facing.
Joe Biden's campaign is removing all of its negative ads amid President Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis.
The first volume of former President Barack Obama's memoir is coming out Nov. 17, two weeks after Election Day.
There has been one persistent theme in the Democratic National Convention so far: to portray President Donald Trump as unsuited for the White House both in skills and temperament.
Former President Barack Obama will deliver a live address during Wednesday night's Democratic convention and urge voters to back Joe Biden, who spent eight years by his side in the White House.
Former President Barack Obama called for the restoration and expansion of the Voting Rights Act when he delivered a passionate eulogy for his personal hero, Rep. John Lewis.
Obama highlighted how most of the needed reforms take place on the local level, while urging the nation to use current momentum drawn from the protests to drive effective change.
The former U.S. president reflected on the protests that have engulfed much of the United States.
Former president Barack Obama weighed on the death of George Floyd, who was killed during an incident with Minneapolis police officers on Monday, writing “this shouldn’t be ‘normal’ in 2020 America.”
The former U.S. president had been asked on Twitter by scores of users to deliver a commencement address.