The President wore a light-colored suit during a press conference today. Some thought he looked nice. Most thought he looked like a preacher.
The retailer’s numbers were verified by an external consultancy. The disclosure comes on the heels of a broader trend of reporting diversity numbers in Silicon Valley.
President Obama promises a limited, effective fight against the Islamic State in Iraq in comments Saturday morning. U.S. military jets launched several airstrikes Friday on isolated targets.
The president is delivering an address from the White House after the U.S. escalated sanctions against Russia Wednesday over the crisis in Ukraine.
Executive action to protect federal LGBT workers is “helpful,” but not enough, President Obama tells supporters at a Democratic National Committee fundraising event in New York City.
Sure, JFK was cute, but he wasn’t Obama.
Twenty-eight-year-old Sgt. Bergdahl had been held by the Taliban since June 2009. On Sunday he was moved from Afghanistan to a medical facility in Germany, where he will stay until he is ready to return home.
President spoke Swahili to 12 Years a Slave star.
Barack and Michelle caught a showing of A Raisin in the Sun a couple weeks ago, and the play’s director tells BuzzFeed about the experience.
No, I don’t have my ears pierced. And yes, my family is super happy about it.
“The Big Papi Selfie” turned out to be a promotional stunt for Samsung, and the White House says its lawyers are looking into the issue. “It had nothing to do with no deals,” Ortiz said.
“One is tempted to chuck the whole organizing/political business and be a painter,” he wrote in a postcard from Paris.
Featuring President Obama’s hilarious interview with Zach Galifianakis, an impossibly cute exchange between a mother and her daughter on stranger danger, and a delightful look at breakfast around the world.
The social network’s CEO said that he’s reached out to President Obama in an effort to change the government’s treatment of internet privacy.
Zach Galifianakis interviewed the president, and it sure was something special.
President Obama, Bill Nye the Science Guy and Neil deGrasse Tyson took the most epic, scientific selfie known to mankind.
“…hope that he received total consciousness.”
The owner of Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta, Piperlime, and Intermix said it will raise the current $7.25 minimum wage for its workers to $9 this year and to $10 in 2015. Update: Gap executive Art Peck tells BuzzFeed, “It’s coinciding with the national debate, but honestly, this was a business decision.”
The First Lady rocked a gorgeous liberty blue and black Carolina Herrera gown.
Fox News aired a second, extended interview Monday between Bill O’Reilly and President Obama taped after the contentious Super Bowl sit-down.
Apparently everyone in Hollywood is a big fat liar!
Secretary Kerry told reporters that the president is “looking forward” to meeting the pope at the Vatican.
The plan will give insurers the option of renewing plans canceled under the Affordable Care Act. “We fumbled the rollout,” Obama says of launch problems.
Former President Bill Clinton said, “Even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment” to let people keep their health insurance.
“I am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me,” the president told NBC’s Chuck Todd on Thursday.
The president’s health insurance promise seemed to take on a new caveat Monday after reports that millions are now losing their coverage.
A contractor tasked with building the Affordable Care Act site warned officials about a number of serious problems plaguing the exchange a month before launch.
“Yes, apparently the HealthCare.gov website is 99 problems but a glitch is all of them.”