In the great African safari of self-expression, Ted Nugent is the thick-skinned and audacious rhinoceros. The rocker, defender of gun rights and avid hunter fired a verbal muzzleloader at Democrats in Washington D.C. last weekend. His comments were specifically aimed at President Obama and his cabinet.
Is it possible President Obama is looking to sing his way back into the White House this November? Last night the Commander in Chief was joined on stage by all all-star band that included Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, B.B. King, Buddy Guy and Booker T. Jones. It took some convincing, but the President fronted the group of legends, if only for a few bars of ‘Sweet Home Chicago.’
In a White House briefing held Friday, President Obama announced the remaining American troops in Iraq will be home by the end of the year, closing a war effort there that has killed more than 4,400 US servicepeople and wounded 32,000 more since 2003.
“After nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” the president said.
At a Monday night fundraiser at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, President Obama’s speech was interrupted when some hooligan concerned citizen in attendance yelled that Mr. Obama was the “antichrist” and that “Jesus Christ is savior!” Well, it beats having a pair of shoes thrown at you.
A late-night announcement made from the White House's East Room on Sunday set the world aflutter, and news of the death of Osama bin Laden quickly spread across the globe.
President Barack Obama announced Sunday night that bin Laden had been killed and his body taken into U.S. custody in Pakistan.
Word of the death of Al Qaeda's leader quickly spread, and politicians, celebrities and athletes bega
Talk about a big ooops!!!
When breaking news occurs, mistakes are bound to be had.
Unfortunately, one local news anchor for Washington, D.C., Fox affiliate WTTG learned this the hard way last night while reporting on the killing of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.
When Oprah Winfrey said she'd end her 25th and final season with a bang, she meant it.
According to the LA Times, the daytime icon will interview President Barack Obama and his wife, First Lady Michelle, on April 27.
The interview will take place in Chicago, where Winfrey films her show, a White House official said today.
Last year, Barack Obama threw out the first pitch at the Washington Nationals home opener, continuing a tradition of Presidents throwing out first pitches that stretches back to William Howard Taft in 1910.
This year, however, Obama is taking a pass on getting the season started with a ceremonial first pitch. Instead, recently unemployed talk show host Larry King will do the honor before the Nati