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U.S. President Barack Obama has offered to help the European Union in an effort to more economic growth. At the Summit of Eight leading industrial nations at Camp David could not be challenged, &
26 March 2013 Gorgeous photographs show President John F. Kennedy leaving behind the pressures of Washington and unwinding with his attractive family at the presidential retreat at Camp David. The Kennedy Presidential Library posted the collection of
The irony must have been lost on Bill Plante when he reported on Monday's CBS This Morning that President Obama "did golf with Tiger [Woods], but we didn't see a picture of it. They [the Obama administration] don't like to show a picture of the
President Obama has a long history as a smoker, yet he's spoken aggressively against the habit on numerous occasions. Presumably, the White House would never seek to appease the powerful tobacco lobby by releasing a photo of the president sneaking a
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's NBC Today about the White House releasing a photo of President Obama skeet shooting to dispel doubt about his claim of doing it "all the time," co-host Matt Lauer worried about the precedent that had been set: "
President Obama is not committed to fixing Washington's chronic budget woes or jump-starting an ailing economy, but that doesn't mean this administration lacks focus. If there is one area where this administration delivers, it is taunting Republicans.
President Obama got out of DC on Monday and hit the road to promote his gun control agenda. But right-
That's the question a generation of skeets is asking President Barack Obama after the White House released a photo of him blasting away at one. The question the rest of us want answered is, Why release a photo of the president firing a shotgun at
The fact is the president was asked a question did not volunteer, but was asked a question about whether or not he had ever shot a weapon, Carney told reporters on Air Force One Monday, as Obama traveled to Minnesota to deliver remarks on gun control.
Just two days before President Barack Obama was set to go around the country to promote new gun control laws and gather public support, White House on Saturday released a photo, in which Obama is seen shooting clay targets at Camp David, Md. It