Barack Obama

Obama Takes Credit For Auto Industry Comeback During Visit To DetroitIf not for his bailout, "GM and Chrysler would not exists today," the president said.
Facing Fight From Sanders, Clinton Embraces ObamaFacing fresh campaign anxieties, Hillary Clinton is attaching herself to President Obama, hoping to overcome liberal enthusiasm for Sen. Bernie Sanders with an embrace of her one-time rival and boss.
Obama's Last SOTU Speech Seen By 31.3 Million PeopleThe Nielsen company said Wednesday that 31.3 million people watched President Obama deliver his last State of the Union address, his smallest audience ever for the annual speech.
Obama Lights National Christmas TreePresident Obama jumpstarted the holiday season Thursday, lighting the National Christmas Tree, but also appealing to Americans to "come together as brothers and sisters."
Obama Administration Says States Can't Block RefugeesAmid a growing political controversy, the Obama administration on Wednesday reminded state officials across the country that states do not have legal authority to refuse to accept Syrian refugees.
Obama Honors Celebrities & Athletes With AwardPresident Obama recognized 17 people with the nation's highest civilian award on Tuesday, including one of the greatest catchers in baseball history and an actress known as the 'Funny Girl.'
Abbott Refuses Syrian Refugees Coming To TexasGov. Greg Abbott on Monday informed President Barack Obama that, in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, the State of Texas would not by accepting any refugees from Syria.
Obama Asks Supreme Court To Save Immigration PlanThe Obama administration will ask the Supreme Court to save the president's plan to shield as many as 5 million immigrants living in the country illegally from deportation, after lower courts blocked it.
Polarized Politics Dictated Obama Keystone CallPresident Obama is now being praised to the skies by environmentalists and most Democrats, and denounced in apocalyptic terms by Republicans and the business community.
Keystone Backers Look To Obama's SuccessorThe company pleading for permission to build the Keystone XL pipeline looked beyond President Barack Obama on Tuesday in apparent hopes a future Republican president would greenlight the project.
Cruz Seeks Support From Christian Conservatives, Hopes For 2nd Reagan RevolutionTexas Sen. Ted Cruz sought to energize the Christian conservatives at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano to vote for their values.
Church Members Fast To Encourage 5th Circuit Decision On Executive Action CaseThe members aim to encourage the court to issue a decision on the Texas-led lawsuit.

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