What might it look like if current New Jersey Governor Chris Christie became President Chris Christie? The Republican's name has been tossed about by political observers as a possible candidate in 2016.
The Obama administration got an enormous victory on Thursday when the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold the President’s signature achievement: the 2010 health care law.
And in a surprise to many court watchers, it was Chief Justice John Roberts who sided with the more liberal justices and wrote the majority opinion.
Bill Clinton had his saxophone, President Barak Obama is simply becoming 'the Voice.' Earlier this year, Obama sang a few bars of 'Let's Stay Together,' and in a concert held tonight at the White House, it was 'Sweet Home Chicago,' that received the presidential treatment.
President Obama isn't waiting until he's on the campaign trail to speak to the people.
The Commander-in-Chief made some waves on his visit to Ireland when he grabbed a cell phone from someone in the crowd in Dublin and began talking to the person on the other end for about 15 seconds before handing the phone back and going about his business.
President Barack Obama and wife Michelle, while visiting the UK on state business, plan to spend two nights at Buckingham Palace, thanks to their royal hosts. The Obamas were greeted in London on Tuesday by Queen Elizabeth II and newlyweds Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (better known stateside as Kate Middleton).
After years of speculation, President Barack Obama silenced critics today by releasing the long form version of his birth certificate from the state of Hawaii.
The birth certificate was posted on the White House's official website, with a statement from White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer.
Can you imagine what it must be like being the President? So many things on your plate and each day can bring new problems and tough decisions to be made. Plus, the eyes of the world are on you 24/7. You can't just stroll down the street, go for a quick jog or grab a newspaper and a cup of coffee. Being anonymous is out of the question and President Obama misses that.
Barack Obama didn't take a whole lot of risks when filling out his NCAA Tournament brackets.
The President has all four number one seeds — Duke, Pittsburgh, Ohio State and Kansas — advancing to the Final Four, with Kansas winning it all...