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"Gabby's cheerful presence will be missed in Washington. But she will remain an inspiration to all whose lives she touched - myself included. And I'm confident that we haven't seen the last of this extraordinary American." -- President Barack Obama
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Never one to ignore new social networks, U.S. President Barack Obama will participate Jan. 30 in his first Google+ Hangout in which he’ll respond to questions from YouTube users.
Obama — who in 2011 took part in town halls for Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter audiences — will broadcast his live Q&A from inside the White House at 5:30 p.m. ET.
People can submit questions...
The outpouring of statements of remembrance in the wake of Joe Paterno‘s death Sunday has been, as expected, overwhelming. On Monday, the most powerful man in the United States addressed (sort of) the passing of a coaching icon. The White House said today that President Barack Obama spoke to members of Paterno’s family in a phone conversation…
Has President Barack Obama found his re-election campaign song? On Thursday night, during a campaign fund-raiser at Harlem's Apollo Theater, the president crooned a line from Al Green's hit "Let's Stay Together" while thanking the soul singer for warming up the crowd at the event.
Mitt Romney seems to have spent his last week in South Carolina making sure that Barack Obama and the various super PACs underwriting Obama's re-election bid have video for all the anti-Romney spots they can afford to air next fall.
President Barack Obama is honoring the NHL's Boston Bruins for their 2011 Stanley Cup championship and their charitable work off the ice. Obama hosted the six-time champions at a White House ceremony Monday afternoon. The Bruins won their first Stanley Cup title in 39 years last June after a bruising seven-game final series against the Vancouver Canucks.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama welcomes the NHL's Boston Bruins to the White House on Monday afternoon.
President Barack Obama saluted the NHL's Boston Bruins for their 2011 Stanley Cup championship, but one key member of the team skipped the White House visit.
WASHINGTON, DC -- While congratulating the Boston Bruins on their 2011 Stanley Cup Championship, President Barack Obama did the obligatory spotlighting of key players in that run. Zdeno Chara got the height joke. Brad Marchand was chided for being the "Little Ball of Hate." Tim Thomas was celebrated for being only the second American player to win playoff MVP, having posted...
Ex-House Speaker Newt Gingrich, making his second comeback of the 2012 presidential campaign, will win the South Carolina Primary, NBC News projected moments after the polls closed. The Fox News Channel, which hosted a Monday night debate that helped Gingrich — he received a standing ovation for defending his description of Barack Obama as “the food stamp president” — was...
The Bruins visited the White House today and were greeted by President Barack Obama, who made some brief remarks about the players and was given a black-and-gold hockey jersey with No. 11 on the back.