President Barack Obama held a day of action at the White House on Friday.
KKK leader William Hagen stabbed Richard Dillon during a “National Klonvocation” event in North Carolina on December 2.
As expected, Trump's camp fired back dismissing the government agency's report findings.
But why do they have to leave?
“Attitudes about my presidency among whites in northern states are very different from whites in southern states,” POTUS told CNN.
President Obama says his daughters, Sasha and Malia Obama, are “ready to get out of the nest. We don’t think they’re ready, but they certainly think they’re ready.”
In his final national security speech as commander-in-chief, Obama touts his counterterrorism policy wins. The president also cautioned Donald Trump against following through on his campaign rhetoric.
Republican senators are trying to ensure that his administration doesn’t bring in an influx of new hires before Donald Trump takes office.
POTUS shared that after his term comes to an end, he and his wife will be involved in politics at a grassroots level.
President Obama’s approval ratings are the highest they’ve been since his decisive 2012 reelection. Fifty percent of Americans approve of him compared to 43 percent who do not.