President Barack Obama

White House Fence Jumper Apprehended While First Family Celebrates ThanksgivingA man climbed over the fence at the White House on Thursday, prompting a lockdown as the first family celebrated Thanksgiving.
Obama Gets Own Facebook PageThe White House has launched an official Facebook page with a video of President Obama touring its backyard.
Obama To Keep More Troops In 'Fragile' AfghanistanResurgent Taliban has prompted the administration to maintain the current force of 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through most of next year, then draw down to 5,500 troops in 2017.
Obama: Women Made Civil Rights Movement HappenPresident Barack Obama said women of the civil rights movement were "the thinkers and the doers" who made things happen and that every American has benefited from their labor and sacrifice.
Obama Set to Speak at Black Caucus Dinner, Clinton to MingleDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to attend the dinner at Washington's convention center — to mingle, but not give a speech.
Donald Trump Declines To Correct Man Who Calls Obama A MuslimCritics say Trump should have corrected the man who falsely stated President Obama is Muslim.
No Checks In The Mail: IRS Will No Longer Accept Checks For $100 MillionThe IRS says check-processing equipment at the nation's Federal Reserve banks can't handle checks that big.
Obama Pens Heartfelt Comment On 'Humans Of New York'The president expressed his admiration for an Iranian father and his humanitarian 10-year-old son.
White House Says Mount McKinley to be Renamed DenaliPresident Barack Obama says he's changing the name of the tallest mountain in North America from Mount McKinley to Denali.
Obama's Summer Playlists Released On SpotifySpotify users can now boogie down to President Barack Obama's favorite jams.
American Flag Raised Above Embassy In Cuba For First Time In 54 YearsWashington's top diplomat flew to Havana on Friday to raise the Stars and Stripes over the newly opened U.S. Embassy.
Social Security Disability Fund Projected To Run Dry In 2016The 11 million people who receive Social Security disability face steep benefit cuts next year — unless Congress acts, the government said Wednesday.
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