You know that thing where you hate school? There’s a name for that.
In the BuzzFeed News interview with President Barack Obama, the president celebrates Obamacare and marriage equality, blasts Vladimir Putin and Staples, and sets down a marker for Hillary Clinton.
Marriage equality has “hit a critical mass,” the president says in an interview with BuzzFeed News.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, the president focuses on “what she stood for — and how it stands in contrast with the barbaric organization that held her captive.”
The former basketball coach for the University of North Carolina has died aged 83.
BuzzFeed News interviews the president Tuesday.
A book recommendation from the Commander-in-Chief himself.
The two world leaders spoke candidly about their bad days, their humble beginnings, and their plans to change the world.
They look like stripes, but they’re actually the words “Narendra Damodardas Modi” printed in tiny block letters, over and over AND OVER again. Sources confirm that the nation “literally can’t even.”
The lovefest between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in full swing Sunday at the start of the U.S. leader’s visit to India.
The president is again pointing the finger of blame at Moscow for the latest breakdown in the cease-fire between Ukraine’s government and Russian-backed rebels.
Barack Obama’s visit to India and his subsequent reunion with Modi have been an onslaught of adorable.
The president will skip a planned visit to the Taj Mahal in order to meet the new Saudi king.
People were already unhappy about the government’s decision to fly flags at half-mast following the death of the late Saudi King Abdullah.
After 40,000 new drivers joined the platform just last month, Uber published a study analyzing who they are and how they are doing. Older, more female, and better paid than yellow cab drivers, the company says.
The US president made the quip during his State of the Union address.
No president had ever said (or written) these words in a State of the Union address before. Other firsts: “ironic,” “hype,” “fake,” and more.
“There’s a president who is determined to move the country forward. If he can do that with the Republicans through Congress that would be great,” says a White House official. If you liked November and December…
A politico-linguistic challenge.
The White House released a bilateral factsheet on cybersecurity that fails to make any mention of weakening encryption.
The White House said it should have sent someone with a “higher profile” to the event.
Air India received an anonymous phone threat, prompting airports across the country to tighten their security.
The couple were given less than 24 hours to find a new venue.
Surprise bitch, I bet you thought you’d seen the last of me.
“In a 2000s kinda world, I’m glad I’ve got my Mean Girls.”
President Raul Castro has welcomed the thaw in Cuba-U.S. relations — with one big caveat.
“And sometimes when I have a real thick briefing I have to read through, I’ll have the game on with the sound off.”
Ashton Carter served as deputy defense secretary under Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel.