Donald Trump: "Obama Was Born In The United States. Period."
On Anniversary, Obama Hails 'True Spirit Of 9/11'President Barack Obama on Saturday honored the nearly 3,000 souls that were lost in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Obama, NFL To Share Video Message To Commemorate Sept. 11 AttacksNFL teams will commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with special tributes before Sunday's season openers.
Popular 'Obamacare' Provision Gives Young Adults CoverageAccording a government survey, uninsured Americans ages 19 to 25 dropped by 1.6 million after provision to the Affordable Care Act.
As Zika Fears Escalate, Lawmakers Point Fingers From AfarAs Zika escalates into a public health crisis and the number of cases grows, Republicans and Democrats are pointing fingers.
Obama Rejects Trump Depiction of US In CrisisPresident Barack Obama fiercely rejected Donald Trump's depiction of an America in crisis on Friday, arguing that violent crime and illegal immigration have plunged under his leadership to their lowest rates in decades.
Maryland to Receive $1.4M to Help Fight Zika VirusAs the showdown continues between the White House and Congress over money to help fight Zika, the CDC is doing what it can to prevent an outbreak in the U.S.
Activist And City Schools Exec. DeRay McKesson Meets With PresidentDeRay McKesson was among those who met with President Barack Obama on Wednesday to discuss community policing and criminal justice.
Obama: America Is Not As Divided As Some SuggestPresident Barack Obama on Saturday rejected the notion that this week's stunning violence is a signal that the U.S. has returned to some of the darkest days of its past.
Obama Says America Is 'Horrified' Over Dallas AttackPresident Obama called the shooters motives "twisted" and vowed that "justice will be done."
Obama: Freedom Doesn't Just Happen, Must Be Defended DailyPresident Barack Obama, marking his final Fourth of July in the White House, said freedom isn't something that "just happens" but must be defended every single day.
Obama Wants To Be An NBA Owner After PresidencySo what's next for President Barack Obama after he leaves the White House in January? Well, his love of basketball might be put to good use, according to press secretary Josh Earnest.

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