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President Barack Obama continues to live his best life after his run leading the free world. The famed basketball fan has joined NBA Africa as a strategic partner with plans to engage Africa's youth.
The White House has a long-running tradition of displaying the portrait of past presidents but the former business mogul's assumed dislike of his predecessor might win out.
On Mother's Day, President Trump unleash a Twitter tirade, accusing the former president of crimes that he was unable to name.
It isn’t a secret that the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama is a basketball enthusiast and a piece of his playing days is now up for auction. With bidding currently at $30,000 fans can own Obama’s high school basketball jersey from his days in Hawaii.
It is probably a safe bet to say folks of all political affiliations miss President Barack Obama‘s smooth and polished demeanor during his time in the White House considering what we’re enduring as a nation now. In a new spot produced by Jordan Peele and Buzzfeed, the clip imagines Obama speaking on the fake news epidemic […]
President Donald Trump has taken aim to halt the DACA program that President Barack Obama sparked to aid undocumented workers.
So now maybe there’s a correlation between Jay Z’s loving rap inspiration tweet fest that just went down. On Thursday, Former President Barack Obama inducted the Brooklyn mogul into the 2017 class of the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York City, cementing one of Hip-Hop’s most enduring legacies.
In a bizarre defense of President Donald Trump, conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh said during a live broadcast that there are forces trying to upend the current administration’s progress. But what turned the most heads is when Limbaugh suggested that former president Barack Obama had an easier time in office because he was Black.
T.I. has begun a series of open letters addressed to President Barack Obama both praising his legacy and expressing disappointment in America.
President Barack Obama gave his final State of the Union Address last night (Jan. 13). While Obama rang off a list of his accomplishments and offered his insight on how to make the U.S. even stronger, social media was going to town with jokes.
Not every industrial initiative masked as “good-paying jobs” program is worth the country’s time. President Barack Obama, flanked by Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry made that quite clear when they formally announced that they would not be partaking the Keystone XL pipeline project.
Just in case you forgot how President Obama can be, allow him to refresh your memory from his latest engagement at the Democratic National Committee in San Francisco yesterday, October 10.