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As they watched police in military gear spread tear gas in a St. Louis suburb in recent days, White House aides knew President Barack Obama would be called on to weigh in on race.
The Obama administration sent a team of special forces to Syria this summer to rescue American hostages held captive by Islamic militants, but the operation failed, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
President Barack Obama will travel to Estonia next month, visiting the former Soviet republic as he seeks to reassure leaders in the region who worry that Russian aggression in Ukraine may spread.
The Pentagon said Wednesday that airdrops of food and water, airstrikes on Islamic militants and other efforts had helped dramatically improve the plight of thousands of people sheltering on a bleak mountaintop in northern Iraq, making an urgent...
President Obama is slated to travel to Estonia next month, visiting the former Soviet republic in a move to try to reassure leaders in the region who worry that Russia's aggression in Ukraine may spread.
President Barack Obama sought to calm the increasingly tense situation in Ferguson, Mo., on Thursday, saying that there is "no excuse" for "excessive force" by police or for looting or violence aimed at law enforcement.
President Barack Obama said Thursday that U.S. forces have broken Islamic militants' siege of Iraq's Mt. Sinjar, and he declared the humanitarian mission to save thousands of refugees stranded on the barren mountain a success.
Administration officials said Wednesday that President Barack Obama is considering using military helicopters and other aircraft to help rescue thousands of refugees trapped on Mount Sinjar in northwest Iraq, potentially putting U.S. forces clos...
President Barack Obama "appreciated" the almost-sorry phone call from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the White House said Wednesday, as it tried to tie a bow on an awkward public row between the two before they meet ...
OAK BLUFFS, Mass.-President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday tried to wind down the latest in a series of occasional public tensions and awkward slights.