“And I have been very surprised, to answer your question, to see the president of the United States, at every turn, cut the legs off of our ally, Israel, and in fact embrace and lift up the agenda of Islamic jihad.”
Have you seen David Beckham shirtless? Cut. From. Marble.
A NASA rocket explodes during liftoff. Apple and U2 touch fingers. A home explodes on live television. Here are some of the most memorable BuzzFeed News Vines from 2014.
For decades, the U.S. embargo against Cuba has torn apart families like mine.
Love it or hate it, last week’s Cuba opening is the purest expression of his foreign policy yet. What Axelrod got wrong.
On Sunday morning, President Obama called the alleged North Korean hacking an act of “cybervandalism,” but Rep. Mike Rogers thinks the White House needs to do more.
Inside the hard, conservative core of hardline anti-Castro exiles, the last five decades have been a passion play of backstabbings by the U.S. government. But Obama’s historic decision to establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, they say, is the most bitter of them all.
The president says Sony shouldn’t have killed The Interview.
Hack back? Military strike? Sanctions? Nothing?
The White House “Task Force on 21st Century Policing” was announced Thursday. It will make its recommendations to the president about how to fix America’s police forces by early March.
While many in the conservative base stew over the president’s decision to end half a century of frosty relations with Cuba, the list of Republicans in Washington on board with the plan is growing.
“And income inequality — you know, I have to admit, I can only laugh any time President Obama or Hillary Clinton talk about income inequality, because it’s increased dramatically under their administration.”
Asked about the Sony hack, the President also told ABC News on Wednesday that American authorities found “no credible evidence though of any serious threat to theaters.”
Cuban-Americans expressed mixed reactions — some joyous and others furious — on social media to news that the U.S. will normalize relations with Cuba.
“I gotta tell you, as an American, I should be able to travel anywhere I want to in the world.”
Josh Earnest: “I assume like many Americans he has seen that Cuba is a place where they have a beautiful climate and a lot of fun things to do. So if there’s an opportunity for the president to visit I’m sure he wouldn’t turn it down.”
In a surprise move, the Obama administration is about to make the biggest shift in policy towards Cuba in two generations. Here’s what you need to know.
President Obama will speak at noon Wednesday on the U.S. plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
The pope sent an extraordinary letter to both Obama and Castro over the summer. The letter “gave us greater impetus and momentum for us to move forward,” the administration official said.
Part of the deal were prisoner releases and exchanges. Alan Gross, who was arrested and has been imprisoned for espionage in Cuba for the past five years, is on his way back to the U.S. There will also be a swap of alleged spies.
Dr. Vivek Murthy’s confirmation was held up for months because of opposition from Republicans and the National Rifle Association.
The bill will keep the government funded through September of 2015.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defied the White House’s request and voted against a bill to fund the government Thursday night.
Each week, journalists all over the world produce photographs that make you laugh or cry, while others are aesthetically beautiful. These are some of the week’s most amazing images created by hardworking photographers all over the globe.
White House gets behind spending measure that rankles his base.
Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson vows to renew his legislation to keep military weaponry away from local police forces next Congress, says President Obama could have done more to stop the flow.
Jennifer Garner, Julianne Moore, John Legend, and Shakira lend their voices to the White House initiative, each sharing a personal story of the role education played in their lives.
“You called me deporter-in-chief,” the president said before he was cut off by Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos.
Un an après être devenu le mot officiel de 2013, le « selfie » est maintenant officiellement entré dans les mœurs. Voici quelques-uns des plus remarquables de l’année 2014.