President Barack Obama

Source: Scott Olson / Getty(Black PR Wire) Former President Barack Obama will be holding a televised graduation event for the high school class of 2020, most of whom are missing their in-person graduations due to the coronavirus pandemic. Separately, Barack and Michelle Obama will be hosting a virtual commencement celebration in June for the class of 2020. […]

(Black PR Wire) Americans have already begun to observe Obama Day on August 4th, the former president’s birthday. Every year more and more Americans will join in harmony and togetherness as they put political preferences aside to honor our nation’s first black presidency. All Americans share a universal desire for their children to be successful. […]

To the delight of many, former President Barack Obama will be making a special trip to Richmond, Virginia this fall. Obama is currently slated to speak at the Richmond Forum on November 18, 2017. Organizers say that the former President will share remarks and participate in a question-and-answer session.  The former president’s speech will open […]

Billionaire businessman Richard Branson challenged President Obama to a water sport challenge while on vacation in the British Islands.

Sally "(Yates) has betrayed the Department of Justice," the White House statement said, writes CNN.

Instead of watching the orange one lift his hand to pledge allegiance to the presidency, here's 5 things Black people can do to make January 20th a little less painful.

In his final day in the White House, President Barack Obama commutated sentences for 330 drug prisoners. The outgoing president has now issued 1,715 commutations.

President Barack Obama talked about hope once again during his final press conference Wednesday before leaving the White House amid growing fears about racial polarization and discrimination stemming from the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump,

President Barack Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to outgoing Vice President Joe Biden during a surprise ceremony at the White House on Thursday. A teary-eyed Biden praised Obama, who said to know Biden is "to know love without pretense."