- President Obama celebrated his favorite holiday -- Thanksgiving -- with phone calls to U.S. troops, something he often does to mark the holiday. - Maybe President Obama is just trolling? For those who don’t know, in Internet parlance, trolling is an effort to elicit outrage from a specific group or the public generally. As... - President Obama dropped the ball in Ferguson-- not by interjecting himself into the scene during the riots, but by ignoring the plight of struggling communities like Ferguson across the U.S. that teeter ... - WASHINGTON — President Obama’s new executive action will leave the vast majority of New York’s unauthorized immigrants still at risk for deportation. Just 26 percent of New York’s 750,000 undocumented... - WASHINGTON – President Obama pardoned a pair of 48-pound turkeys, Mac and Cheese, Wednesday as part of an annual Thanksgiving tradition at the White House. - President Obama has received plenty of credit from environmentalists — along with heavy bipartisan criticism — for his dramatic actions to fight climate change, but the fate of his agenda rests largely with his White House successor. A heralded climate deal with China, along with a variety of internal U.S. ... - President Obama traveled to Chicago on Tuesday to sell his executive action on immigration in a speech at a community center in a predominantly Polish-American neighborhood, although his remarks were frequently interrupted by hecklers. - President Obama says he understands that the next Democratic nominee will need to distance herself from him. But will he really be able to take it? - At a time when our country is still at war and facing tumultuous events at home, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama talked with ABC’s Robin Roberts about what Thanksgiving means to them and sharing gratitude, especially for our servicemen and women.“I think this Thanksgiving time is a time for all of us to reflect on those military gold star families who are having dinner without a ... - President Barack Obama pardoned the national Thanksgiving turkey with a smile on Wednesday, but he admitted before saving the bird from it's likely demise that he found the decades-old tradition somewhat "puzzling."