Barack Obama News
Certainty Obama Once Had About Britain Has Been Shattered
As President Barack Obama approaches the final months of his term, the sense of certainty he had about British backing has been shattered by the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union and by the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron.
Obama Tells Democratic Donors 'It's up to You' on Gun Laws
Obama tells Democratic donors in Seattle that if they want changes to gun laws and immigration reform, they'll have to vote in November
Former IG Fired by Obama Over Investigation Dies at 84
A former inspector general fired by President Barack Obama over his handling of an investigation into a former NBA star and Obama supporter has died
Obama Says UK Committed to 'Orderly Transition' out of EU
President Barack Obama tried to reassure Britons Friday that the special relationship between Washington and London would withstand an impending and likely messy divorce from Europe, as his administration scrambled to assess the fallout
After Obama Decision, First US Airstrikes Hit Afghan Taliban
US military launches first airstrikes against Afghan Taliban after Obama's decision on expanding American involvement
Obama : Young People Need Right Tools to Start New Businesses
More than half the global population is under age 30, President Barack Obama said Friday, and it is vital to make sure they have the right tools to start new businesses
Obama Names Stonewall National Monument; 1st for Gay Rights
President Barack Obama is designating the Stonewall Inn in New York a national monument, the first to honor gay rights
Obama Says He Spoke With Prime Minister Cameron and That the U.K. Is Committed to an Orderly Transition out of EU
Obama says he spoke with Prime Minister Cameron and that the U.K. is committed to an orderly transition out of EU
President Obama Reaffirms Ties to United Kingdom After Brexit Vote
President Obama today reaffirmed bilateral ties with the United Kingdom, after its vote to leave the European Union, stressing "one thing that will not change is the special relationship between our two nations -- that will endure."
Obama Designates Stonewall as First National Monument for LGBT Rights
With this weekend marking the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s ruling on legalizing gay marriage , President Obama will designate the Stonewall Inn in New York City as a new National Monument, the first official National Park Service monument dedicated to the plight of LGBT Americans.