Obama Designates Stonewall Inn As National Monument To Honor Gay RightsObama said the Stonewall National Monument will tell the story of the country's struggle for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
British Prime Minister To Resign Following UK Vote To Exit EUThe "Brexit" referendum came down to the wire. In the end, U.K. voters split 52 to 48 to leave the 28-nation bloc.
Supreme Court Blocks Obama Immigration Plan In 4-4 TieThe justices' one-sentence opinion on Thursday effectively kills the plan for the duration of Obama's presidency.
Senate Votes Won't End Election-Year Stalemate On GunsDemocrats are expected to vote Monday to block two Republican amendments, saying they don't do enough. Republicans are expected to block two Democratic amendments, saying they threaten the rights of gun owners.
'Our Hearts Are Broken, Too': Obama Meets With Victims' Families, Survivors Of Orlando Nightclub MassacreObama arrived in the afternoon at the Amway Center, where the NBA's Orlando Magic play and is expected to spend several hours meeting in private to offer condolences.
Sen. John McCain: Obama 'Directly Responsible' For Orlando ShootingMcCain says Obama is "directly responsible'' for the mass shooting in Orlando because Obama has allowed the growth of the Islamic State group on his watch.
Poll: Most Americans View Orlando Shooting As Act Of Terror, Hate CrimeThe majority of Americans view the recent mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando as both a hate crime and an act of terrorism, according to a new CBS Poll.
Obama Slams Trump, Says Anti-Muslim Rhetoric 'Not America We Want'The president said the U.S. was founded on freedom of religion and that there are no religious tests in America.
Obama Gives Update On Orlando Shooting Investigation, Fight Against Islamic StateThe president was also expected to get an update on the investigation into the Orlando massacre and whether shooter Omar Mateen's was inspired by the group or other international networks.
Obama: No Signs Orlando Shooter Was Part Of Larger PlotThe president said it appears the shooter was inspired by extremist information disseminated over the internet.
Presidential Candidates, Other Politicians React To Orlando Nightclub ShootingPoliticians are speaking out and offering their support for the people of Orlando following a mass shooting at a nightclub early Sunday morning.
Obama: Orlando Nightclub Shooting 'Act Of Terror'President Barack Obama said the nightclub shooting in Orlando was an "act of terror" and an "act of hate."