President Barack Obama basked in the support of his gay and lesbian backers Wednesday night, revving up an enthusiastic crowd with a pledge to not tolerate any attempts to roll back rights that gay Americans have gained under his administration.
President Barack Obama’s health care reform was front and center for hearings Monday to determine the fate of a law aimed at extending health insurance to more than 30 million Americans.
The aircraft carrier that buried Osama bin Laden at sea is ready for the first college basketball game to be played on an active flat top.
The Los Angeles Unified School District agreed Tuesday to sweeping revisions in the way it teaches students learning English, as well as African American youngsters, settling a federal civil rights investigation that examined whether the district was denying the students a quality education.
ESPN is pulling Hank Williams’ classic intro song from Monday night’s broadcast of the game between Tampa Bay and Indianapolis after the country singer used an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack Obama.
Despite calls from Washington for a swift resolution, there seems to be just as much disagreement in the Southland as there is on Capitol Hill.
A coalition of African American groups are calling on a prominent Orange County Republican to resign over an email she sent depicting President Barack Obama and his parents as chimpanzees.
President Obama is departing from Los Angeles International Airport Friday morning.
President Obama’s visit to the Southland is expected to cause problems for commuters, businesses and schools Thursday.
President Obama is coming to Los Angeles this week to raise funds for his 2012 reelection campaign.
The article in the Post compares the current commander in chief, to one who faced similar issues in 1968; Richard Nixon. And Nixon wins the comparison. Double ouch.
A lawsuit filed with a state appellate court comes after the Justice Department says it will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Saturday called Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak a good friend and U.S. ally, and he urged the Obama administration to move cautiously as turmoil continued to shake that nation’s government.
After seeing the developments in Egypt, many are asking if the White House has the ability — and the power — to do such a thing here in the States.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation to prevent advertisers from abruptly raising the volume of TV commercials louder than regular programming.