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US President Barack Obama has said that both Vice President Joe Biden and Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will accomplish outstanding candidates and come by the much-needed features to assume the high office.
President Barack Obama says the U.S. economy is improving even if its progress has been overshadowed by political gridlock and the messy rollout of his health care law. In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama is seeking to shift the focus
President Barack Obama says he doesn't spend much time worrying about his own personal safety despite President John F...Obama says the tragedy reshaped the Secret Service in many ways...Obama spoke in an ABC News interview on the 50th anniversary of
President Obama composed in a letter to Afghan President Hamid Karzai Wednesday that the U.S will continue to respect Afghan sovereignty under a new aegis agreement. Secretary of State John Kerry agreed to a deal Wednesday that
President Barack Obama says the U.S. must continue updating its policies toward Cuba. Obama says the U.S. has started to see changes on the island. Obama says U.S. policy aims will remain the same but the nation must find new tools to speak out.
President of United State's Barack Obama has said that if Iran halts advances and reverses positions of its atomic program, the United States would activity "modest relief" to affluence the bread-and-butter clasp on Tehran. <
President Obama and dwelling Republicans, hard-hitting over who was at responsibility for the four-day fractional abeyance of the federal government, start one issue they could accede on Friday: Government employees beatific
The preparations of the strike were almost final but now Obama says that it will be delayed as US Congress will delay voting on military action in Syria to give priority to talks or diplomatic option. Indeed it is going to
President Barack Obama says he will continue to engage Russian President Vladimir Putin, even though they've "hit a wall" in their relationship. Obama says although Putin is rejecting the idea that Syrian President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons
Barack Obama says he will continue to engage Russian President Vladimir Putin, even though they've "hit a wall" in their relationship. Obama says although Putin is rejecting the idea that Syrian President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons against