Obama To Visit Troubled Flint, Michigan Amid Tainted Water CrisisObama is bringing a message to Flint on Wednesday: a promise for change.
Obama Takes One More Shot At Zinging Washington President Barack Obama will get one more chance on Saturday to poke fun at fellow politicians, the press and himself as he attends his final White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Obama Visits Globe Theater; London Remembers Shakespeare's DeathThe 400th anniversary of the playwright's death is being marked across Britain with parades, church services and -- of course -- stage performances.
Obama Dines With Queen Elizabeth II During Trip To EnglandFirst lady Michelle Obama and Prince Philip, the queen's husband, joined in on the meal at Windsor Castle, just outside of London.
President Obama To Give Commencement Speech At Rutgers UniversityThe school announced Thursday that Obama accepted their invitation to present the address at its 250th anniversary commencement on May 15 at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway.
Obama Warns Of 'Half-Baked' Proposals On MexicoPresident Barack Obama responded to questions Tuesday about Donald Trump's proposal to cut off billions of dollars in remittances sent by Mexican immigrants living in the U.S.
Obama To Address Nation's Growing Problem With OpioidsThe Obama administration is issuing a proposed rule that aims to increase medication-based treatment for tens of thousands of people dealing with addiction to opioids.
Obama: Ted Cruz's Call To Increase Surveillance In Muslim Neighborhoods 'Makes No Sense'President Barack Obama declared that fighting the Islamic State is his "No. 1 priority,'' but he says the U.S. will not single out Muslim communities for more surveillance.
With Presidents Obama, Castro Watching, Rays Beat Cuban TeamJames Loney homered and drove in three runs, and Matt Moore and the Tampa Bay pitchers shut out the Cubans until the ninth inning.
In Cuba, Obama Condemns 'Outrageous' Attacks In BrusselsPresident Barack Obama, traveling in Cuba, was briefed Tuesday morning on the Brussels attacks that killed dozens of people.
Obama: 'The Future Of Cuba Will Be Decided By Cubans'President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro shook hands warmly and smiled for the cameras as they greeted each other at the Revolutionary Palace.
Menendez Says Obama Ignoring American Values With Cuba TripAs President Barack Obama gets set to make a historic visit to Cuba, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez is continuing to voice his opposition to the trip.

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