After spending many years hunting down the world’s most wanted man, why did the U.S. bury Osama bin Laden at sea within 24 hours of killing him?
President Obama confirmed late on Sunday the death of al-Qaeda head Osama Bin Laden. Reportedly killed in Pakistan, Bin Laden’s body has now reportedly been buried at sea. Watch the President’s statement here.
Obama can’t catch a break.
While NewsFeed wasn’t fortunate enough to be offered a jar of the up-and-coming White House honey, world leaders have found themselves a touch more privileged.
Who knew that reality TV had such pull that it even impacted upon the most powerful man in the world?
We suppose it would depend on your definition of both “locked” and “closet.”
President Obama may be the most powerful person in America, but even he gets locked out of his house.
Any possible awkwardness at the most famous address in the world can now be ended: President Barack Obama isn’t the only person writing books there any longer.
Barack Obama has kicked the cancer sticks, his First Lady told reporters at the White House on Tuesday.
There’s no time quite like a revolution happening on the other side of the world when the e-mail decides to go down. But that’s what happened yesterday at the White House.
Watch China’s president storm the White House, install a portrait of Chairman Mao in the Oval Office and take a body shot a Hooters.
Ahead of high-profile meetings between Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart, the New York Times calls Hu Jintao “the weakest leader of the Communist era.” Ouch.