The annual White House Correspondents' Dinner turns Washington, D.C. into a city full of cocktail dresses and red carpets, as media organizations, tech companies, and nonprofits throw parties and vie for attention.
Once again, we've bleeped and blurred all the week's big TV moments whether they need it or not. This week we feature Senator Tim Kaine, President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Michelle Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Mike Piazza, President Bill Clinton and more. (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
Lean more about the triumphant life of Nelson Mandela by watching our Nelson Mandela playlist: http://bit.ly/1eTJOGI First Lady Michelle Obama spoke about meeting Nelson Mandela and his legacy while visiting Soweto, South Africa. Video courtesy of The White House.
Never discount a sitting president -- just ask some of the people who have run against him. While President Obama has had a less-than-stellar 2013, the Republican he defeated in the 2008 election -- Sen. John McCain of Arizona -- notes that the incumbent remains a formidable political figure. "We all wear thin with the American people after a while," McCain told the Associated Press. He added: "To count a man of that talent out at this point in time in his administration would be a huge...
Obama: "I think America is stronger where everybody's being treated...with respect and dignity"
President Obama says he supports gay college football player Michael Sam. While being interviewed by retired NBA player Charles Barkley, Obama spoke about how other athletes have put their careers on the line in order for others to get ahead. Anthony Mason reports.
In an interview with Scott Pelley, President Barack Obama acknowledged the health care website got off to a rough start but said he expected the number of signups to come close to the government's original projection of seven million.