Obama's Twitter Farewell: 'I'll Be Right There With You As A Citizen'He tells followers that he's "still asking you to believe - not in my ability to bring about change, but in yours."
Clemency Denied For Indian Activist Leonard PeltierPresident Barack Obama has denied a clemency request by American Indian activist Leonard Peltier, who has spent most of his life in prison in the killing of two FBI agents in South Dakota in 1975.
Trump Tweet Repeats Dayton's 'No Longer Affordable' CommentDayton later said he regretted that the statement was being used against Democratic candidates.
Obama Endorses Minnesota's Bid For World's Fair 2023President Barack Obama has endorsed a Minnesota bid to host a World's Fair in 2023 on the theme of wellness.
N.D. Leaders Implore Obama To Help Pipeline Completion ProcessNorth Dakota's governor and congressional delegation are pressuring President Barack Obama to pave the way for completion of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline, protests over which they say are taxing law enforcement and are costing millions of dollars.
Obama Meets With President-Elect Donald TrumpPresident-elect Donald Trump says he's looking forward to benefiting from President Barack Obama's "counsel" in the future.
Here’s What The Country’s Leaders Are Saying Following Trump’s WinHere’s a glance at the speeches made by the nation's political leaders following Donald Trump’s winning of the presidency.
Outrage In Wis. Over Halloween Costume Of Obama In NooseThe Wisconsin State Journal reports the costume Saturday involved what appeared to be a President Barack Obama mask with a noose around his neck.
Obama Sings 'Purple Rain' To Costumed Trick-Or-TreaterPresident Barack Obama and the first lady welcomed to the White House on Monday scores of superheroes and princesses.
Klobuchar Calls On The Senate To Approve Obama’s High Court PickMinnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar called Tuesday on the U.S. Senate to confirm President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee before a new president is sworn in.
Obama: Clinton Emails 'Quid Pro Quo' Investigation Is 'Overblown'President Obama called the latest allegations of a "quid pro quo" in the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation "overblown" on Tuesday.
Wikileaks: Clinton Workers Polled Voters On Obama Ties To Drugs, Islam In 2008Newly released Hillary Clinton campaign emails show that her 2008 campaign may have been digging for dirt on then Sen. Barack Obama, who was her primary opponent.
Poll: Obama More Popular Than Gov. Walker In WisconsinGov. Scott Walker continues to be less popular in Wisconsin than President Barack Obama.
4 Things To Know: National Night Out, Donald Trump & MoreThey include President Obama's comments about a growing controversy surrounding presidential candidate Donald Trump, and one of the most neighborly days of the year.
Dayton Speaks On Last, Historic Night Of Dem ConventionHillary Clinton will make history Thursday night when she becomes the first woman in American history to lead a major political party.