Illinois House Votes Against Making Obama Birthday A HolidayLegislation to make the 44th president's Aug. 4th birthday a state holiday fell six votes short.
Half-Sister Of Barack Obama Touts Message Of NonviolenceMaya says despite his leaving office in January, Obama is staying busy.
Obama Endorses L.A. Mayor For His Re-Election BidGarcetti and Obama have known each other for ten years. They had worked together on ending homelessness, community policing and raising the minimum wage.
Stormy Weather Forces The Obamas To Briefly Delay Their Palm Springs VacationThe plane was supposed to land at Palm Springs International Airport but had to be diverted to March Air Reserve Base.
Obama's First Act As Private Citizen Will Be Palm Springs VacationAfter passing the mantle of the presidency to Donald Trump Friday, the first order of business for Barack Obama will be a vacation in Palm Springs.
Obama's First Stop After Leaving Office? Palm SpringsPresident Barack Obama and his family will fly to Palm Springs for a vacation just after Donald Trump is sworn in as president on Friday.
2 LA Men Among 61 Prisoners To Get Sentences Commuted By ObamaPresident Barack Obama commuted the prison sentences of 61 drug offenders on Wednesday, more than a third of them serving life sentences.
Obamas Say Nancy Reagan Redefined Role Of First LadyPresident Barack Obama and Michelle Obama say Nancy Reagan redefined the role of serving as first lady and they are fortunate to have benefited from her "proud example."
President Obama Leaves LA, Arrives In Coachella Valley For Asian Summit President Barack Obama may have left Los Angeles Friday, but he won’t be leaving Southern California just yet.
Obamas Watch The Super Bowl While Eating Nachos And Avoiding The Vegetable TrayThe president says they'll eat wings, pizza and nachos. He says there's also a vegetable tray "that nobody touches."
Obama Takes Credit For Auto Industry Comeback During Visit To DetroitIf not for his bailout, "GM and Chrysler would not exists today," the president said.
Congress Approves $8.2 Million For Earthquake Early Warning SystemCongress approved a funding bill on Friday that includes $8.2 million for an early warning system capable of giving a few seconds or more of notice before an earthquake hits in the West Coast.