President Barack Obama

VIA WJLA: WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new poll says that Americans, concerned over the future of health care reform and anxious about the growing federal budget deficit, are losing faith in President Barack Obama. The Washington Post-ABC News survey found that less that half of Americans – 49 percent – say they believe the president […]

(Grand Canyon National Park, AZ)  —  President Obama and his family took time over the weekend to take in the sights of a couple national parks out west.  On Saturday, the First Family visited Yellowstone National Park including the “Old Faithful” geyser and the President took time away from pushing for health care reform Friday […]

(Washington, DC) — President Obama is taking his campaign for health care reform on the road again. He has town halls scheduled in Montana today and Colorado on Saturday. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said the President will continue efforts to “address misperceptions and misconceptions” about health care reform. Citing one example, Gibbs cited well-circulated […]

For Immediate Release August 11, 2009 Contact: Coffi Bell 301.429.3263 Radio One, Inc. Founder & Chairperson Cathy Hughes receives Kappa Alpha Psi Humanitarian Award with President Barack Obama Washington, DC August 4, 2009 Kappa Congressman John Conyers congratulates Cathy Hughes of Radio One on her receiving the Kappa Alpha Psi Humanitarian Award Washington, DC– Radio […]

(Guadalajara, Mexico) — President Obama is pledging that the U.S. will be a full partner with Mexico in combating drug trafficking. He made the statement at a news conference with the leaders of Mexico and Canada as a North American leadership summit ended in Guadalajara, Mexico Monday. Obama also said it is important to “curb […]

(Washington, DC) — President Obama is in Mexico to participate in a two-day North American leadership summit. Trade, immigration and violent drug trafficking are topping the agenda. Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s administration is dealing with a rising tide of drug-related violence as he tries to crack down on powerful cartels. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: President Obama on Friday nominated Daniel G. Bogden, whose firing as a federal prosecutor by the Bush administration is under congressional investigation for its potentially partisan motivation, to return to his former job nearly three years after his dismissal. Bogden’s nomination as Nevada U.S. attorney marks a step toward reversing what many […]

(Washington, DC) — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be in Africa today. Clinton embarked on her 11-day visit to seven nations late Monday. Following up on President Obama’s visit to Ghana last month and his plea to African nations for better governance, Clinton will reinforce that directive and will seek to increase trade with […]

(Washington, DC) — The Secret Service has been extra busy since Barack Obama took office in January. According to a new book by Ronald Kessler titled “In The President’s Secret Service,” Obama receives 30 death threats a day. The number of threats has jumped 400-percent from the three-thousand or so death threats former President George […]