Joe Biden, Barack Obama, John Boehner
For his first State of the Union address of his second term in office, President Barack Obama praised the progress made in areas such as the economy and related to the war abroad, but emphasized there is still a long way to go.
"The state of our union is stronger," he said, noting the rebounding stock market, the six million new jobs and the 34,000 American troops expected to return home by the end of next year at which time "our war in Afghanistan will be over."
Although the country is more than halfway towards reducing the national deficit, the question is "how do we finish the job," the President said. His answers included making America a magnet for new jobs and manufacturing by starting projects to fix infrastructure like bridges — programs that would create new jobs, and entice major companies to set up shop in America.
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LeAnn Rimes just got banged — and she's telling the whole world about it.
"Love my Andy Lacompte! I got banged," the country singer tweeted on Saturday with a picture of her new hair style. (What did you think we meant?) "Love em! Was time for a fun change."
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An Alabama high school football coach has been suspended for 10 days without pay for making anti-gay remarks and derogatory comments about First Lady Michelle Obama during a class, The Times Daily reports.
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Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will do their first joint interview for 60 Minutes. Steve Kroft will talk to Obama and Clinton at the White House Friday for the hour-long segment to be broadcast on ...
Michelle Obama sure loves Twitter!
The First Lady, who already has the @MichelleObama Twitter account, celebrated her 49th birthday by launching the @FLOTUS account early Thursday. The second tweet from her office was a picture of herself featuring her brand spanking new...
Michelle and Bo Obama
First Dog Bo Obama took center stage as Michelle Obama was about to read Christmas stories at a local children's hospital.
In the video below, Obama sits down with her book in hand, but before she can start reading, Bo, a medium-sized black Portuguese water dog plopped himself on her lap
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"This is exactly what he does at home," Obama said as everyone laughed. "He tries to beat Malia and Sasha to my lap."
It's the end of an era.
After three years, six seasons and countless drunken fights later, Jersey Shore has come to an end. So did they, in the words of the ever wise Vinny, "go out like true f---ing champions?"
Yes and no.
Adam Levine, Michelle Obama
The nominations for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards were announced Wednesday. Television held a strong presence among the honorees with two of The Voice coaches, NBC's freshmen hit Smash, Ellen DeGeneres, Rachel Maddow, Kathy Griffin, Jimmy Fallon and American Idol's Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood all scoring nominations.
Netflix is ready to play with the big boys! In addition to the spring 2013 revival of Arrested Development, the online streaming service will also air David Fincher's latest project House of Cards. From the looks of the first trailer, the project seems to have what it takes to compete with any one of cable's acclaimed dramas.
US President Barack Obama accompanied by (from L-R ) First Lady Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia
Barack Obama has been re-elected president of the United States. "Four more years," the president tweeted late Tuesday night.
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Most of election night was a close call, with Republican candidate Mitt Romney ahead until both California and Ohio were called for Obama, pulling the president ahead with an estimated 303 electoral college votes to Romney's 206, as of press time.
After Romney conceded the election with a short, respectful speech, Obama addressed the nation at 1:35 a.m./ET, taking the stage to the tune of Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" with wife Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia. "Tonight...