Oscar Lopez Rivera, who fought for Puerto Rico’s independence from the U.S., had his prison sentence commuted by President Barack Obama on January 17.
During an emotional ceremony to honor Vice President Joe Biden, Barack Obama surprised the life-long public servant with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Sasha Obama wasn’t in Chicago for President Barack Obama’s farewell address. It was a school night and the White House confirmed that she has a test Wednesday.
President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address in Chicago, saying goodbye to the American people and recalling his achievements.
President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address, the last time he’ll speak to the American people as Commander in Chief. Watch the full video here.
In 2009, President George W. Bush gave his farewell address to highlight his achievements and the challenges the country would face under Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama will deliver his farewell address tonight, 10 days before Donald Trump’s inauguration. Find out where you can watch it on TV.
President Barack Obama announced the full details for his farewell address. Find out when he will deliver it and how you can get tickets.
See a list of President Obama’s 2016 pardons and sentence commutations. Obama has been granting Christmas clemency to prisoners, drug dealers, and criminals.
Watch President Obama’s complete last year-end press conference in the White House, where he discussed Russia’s alleged involvement in the election.
President Barack Obama is now a lame duck president, but he’s still getting high approval ratings in polls, but still not as high as Ronald Reagan’s at the end of his second term.
Today marks President Barack Obama’s last Presidential Turkey Pardon Ceremony. Who started the tradition and when? Here’s the history behind it.
President Barack Obama held his last turkey pardon ceremony on November 23, when he also presented the national turkey. Watch the ceremony right here.
Obama handed out the final Presidential Medals of Freedom to Ellen DeGeneres, Tom Hanks and others at the White House today.
Barack Obama responded to Donald Trump’s claims that the election is “rigged”, telling Trump on Tuesday to “stop whining.” Watch Obama’s sharp rebuke.