President Obama Dines At Giuliana And Bill Rancic's RPM Steak Chicago
RPM Italian Chicago has served the likes of Lady Gaga and Ashton Kutcher, and on Wednesday, its sister restaurant RPM Steak Chicago catered to its own famous guest: United States President Barack Obama! Giuliana Rancic and Bill Rancic are partners in the restaurants.
President Rode Elevator with Armed Convicted Felon
The president, along with his secret service, rode in an elevator with a contractor who was working for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention security firm. The security breach occurred while President Obama was visiting the CDC Atlanta on Sept. 16.
Secret Service Botched Response to 2011 White House Shooting Incident
In the wake of last week's historic White House security breach, there are new details about a 2011 incident in which a gunman shot several bullets at the building. The Washington Post reports that the Secret Service fumbled its response and it left the president and first lady fuming.
Obama Explains Why White House Didn't Arm Moderate Syrian Opposition
In an interview with "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft, President Obama defended his 2012 decision to not arm the moderate Syrian rebels in the fight against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
After an unprecedented security breach at the White House, the Secret Service is considering new security measures and President Barack Obama said he remains confident. Meanwhile, the accused intruder appeared in federal court.
For President Barack Obama, the participation of five Arab nations in airstrikes against militants in Syria marked an unexpected foreign policy victory as he plunges the U.S. deeper into a military conflict in the Middle East that he has reluctantly embraced.
President Barack Obama is calling the problem of sexual assault on college campuses "an affront to our basic humanity." At the White House Friday, Obama unveiled a new campaign to change the way people think about campus sexual assault.
Senior administration officials said on Thursday that President Barack Obama will highlight strides the United States has made on climate change when he addresses a major U.N. climate summit next week. About 120 heads of state and government, in New York for the United Nations General Assembly, are expected to attend the summit on Tuesday hosted by U.N.