While President Obama is expected to cover last month's Climate Accord in Paris and a record-low unemployment rate, most of the speech, his last in office, will cover his ongoing gun reform efforts.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton was named most admired woman, a title she has previously won 19 times, dating back to 1993.
A dance battle with a police officer has lead to multiple scholarship offers for a D.C. teen.
The last time Obama and Putin met was in November 2014 when they discussed Ukraine and Syria; countries that countinue of major concern to both leaders.
Who wants to see the Pope Francis next week? Or avoid the traffic he will for sure bring along with him? Either way here's a guide to his whereabouts once he arrives in the United States on Sept. 22. and makes his way through D.C, New York City, and Philadelphia.
After the tragic shooting of a reporter and photographer during a live television broadcast in Virginia, President Obama has spoken out on Wednesday morning's events.
Latina actress Eva Longoria is offering her advice to President Barack Obama on what he should do after his term as America’s leader ends in 2017.
Undocumented children paying the $465 DACA application fee have contributed over $400 million in revenue for the U.S. economy since the Deferred Action program took effect.
It was a handshake over 50 years in the making. U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuba President Raul Castro met for the first time Friday night, shaking hands at a gala dinner attended by Latin American leaders visiting Panama for the Summit of the Americas meetings.
Over 70 cities and counties on Monday joined Mayors Bill de Blasio and Eric Garcetti in asking a federal judge to stop the Texas v. United States lawsuit.
GOP lawmakers are adament in stopping legislation on Obama's executive action that includes a pardon on previously unpaid taxes.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits Congress Tuesday morning to the dismay of President Obama.
President Obama met with South Florida's bilingual community on Wednesday, easing concerns about House Republicans' efforts to undermine his executive order on immigration.
In response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech, Republicans omitted Latinos from their English-speaking response.
Last week's attack on a satirical French newspaper highlight the impact of immigration reform and how another government shutdown would leave both the GOP and President Obama in an unfavorable light.