While many have likely seen the “Situation Room" photo during the killing of Osama bin Laden, several newly-released pictures have been published showing key moments inside the White House.
While the Democratic incumbent has a large fundraising advantage in fundraising, polls show the race between her and her Republican challenger tightening in recent weeks.
Former President Barack Obama plans stop in Detroit.
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.
Former President Barack Obama said there is plenty of recorded evidence of ‘objects in the skies’ that he says no one knows what they truly are.
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.
Former presidents Barack Obama, George Bush, Bill Clinton all plan to take the coronavirus vaccine in hopes of encouraging the American public to do the same.
Joe Biden has won more votes than any other presidential candidate in U.S. history.
"Detroit, Joe Bien is my brother," said Former President Barack Obama. "I love Joe Biden; he will be a great president.
Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Barack Obama will visit Michigan for two campaign speeches as we inch closer to Election Day.
Former president Barack Obama will be joining Joe Biden in Michigan on Saturday, October 31, 2020. Details have yet to be announced.
The first volume of former President Barack Obama's memoir is coming out Nov. 17, two weeks after Election Day.
Former President Barack Obama listed his favorite songs of the year in a Facebook post on Monday.
Speaking at a private event on leadership in Singapore, former President Barack Obama said that the world would see “significant improvements” if every country was run by women, BBC News reported.