ISIS supporters claimed responsibility for the Saturday blast which killed dozens of workers who were queuing outside a bank to collect their salaries in the city of Jalalabad.
Some felt the White House moved too quickly, but others said it was long overdue.
U.S. national Mohamed Soltan was on Saturday told by a court in Cairo he will spend the rest of his life in prison for protesting against the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
The highly anticipated tête-à-tête between U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raúl Castro is the first significant encounter between the two country’s heads of state since 1956. Karla Zabludovsky reports from Panama City, Panama.
It was the first significant in-person encounter between leaders of the two countries since the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The encounter comes as the Obama administration moves to ease relations with Cuba’s communist government.
Elles ont tellement grandi qu’elles dépassent presque leurs parents!
I went undercover in the UK to expose therapists who try to “cure” gay people. My experiences reveal why Obama is right to call for a ban.
In fairness, who hasn’t turned up to the wrong meeting and tried to blend in?
The White House responded to an online petition calling for a ban on the controversial practice in honor of an Ohio teen who committed suicide in December.
Michelle Obama has met like seven Muppets, but Barack Obama is the most robot meetingest President ever.
The White House announced on Tuesday that President Obama lowered the sentence for 22 people in prison on drug offenses.
White House investigates privacy breach after passport information of G20 leaders was mistakenly emailed to the organiser of a soccer tournament.
A nuclear deal between Iran and major world powers may be close to being finalized — or not.
The U.S. will keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of 2015 rather than reducing the number to 5,500 troops as originally planned, the president announced Tuesday.
Joe Biden! He’s just like us.
In a wide-ranging interview with the Huffington Post, President Obama said that despite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent walk-back on his comments regarding a two-state solution, the U.S. is re-evaluating its options.
“I think he resents the strength of Israel.”
“This is about winning elections,” Democratic donor and Inclusv co-founder Steve Phillips told BuzzFeed News.
“First off, I take somewhat offense of referring it to ‘you’ because I’m not a sitting member of the Senate so I’m not taking blame for any of that stuff.”
“There is a legitimate, I think, concern about the overall effects this has on society, particularly vulnerable parts of our society.”
“…Barack Obama is sacrificing the security of our country in order to justify his Nobel Peace Prize that he got before he did anything. That to me is a real tragedy.”
“I do a million of these a day, so just give me five.”
The president made the remarks during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday evening.
The incident reportedly happened last week while the agents were drunk after a party. An investigation is ongoing.
In an open letter to Iran, 47 Republican senators warned that any nuclear deal brokered without their approval could be undone “with the stroke of a pen.” Biden called the move “dangerous.”
Thousands gathered in Alabama on Saturday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march on Selma. President Obama and Martin Luther King Jr’s descendants were among those attending.
President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder on Friday sharply criticized law enforcement in Ferguson. Holder said he was willing to dismantle the city’s police department.
“There is no adequate justification for such a discriminatory and injurious exercise of state power,” the Obama administration urges the Supreme Court. More than 200 congressional Democrats also weigh in to support marriage equality.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to a joint session of Congress Tuesday in defiance of the White House, as tensions between the U.S. and Israel escalate over a possible nuclear deal with Iran. President Obama later said the speech didn’t “offer any viable alternatives.”