Security officials are trying to turn New Delhi, India’s capital city, and the surrounding area into an impenetrable garrison, as United States President Barack Obama prepares to arrive on Saturday for a three-day visit
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking no chances, especially since Obama is expected to be out in the open for nearly two hours during India’s Republic Day parade, the main public event of his trip, on Monday.
FDR had fireside chats, Obama has the cinnamon challenge?
In an attempt to reach a decidedly younger audience, President Barack Obama will be interviewed by three YouTube personalities Thursday evening to be streamed on YouTube
GloZell Green, Bethany Mota and Hank Green will have the opportunity to ask Obama a range of unprecedented questions which will, at best, draw interesting millennial perspectives on many issues Obama discussed during Tuesday’s State of the Union
The environment was a big part of President Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address, but that wasn’t the first time he’s mentioned his views on it. Here’s how his words have changed over the years, from 2009′s SOTU to Jan. 20′s address.
Apple has acquired London-based music analytics company Semetric, according to a report citing legal documents filed with the Companies House in the UK in January. The purchase appears to be designed to bolster Apple’s Beats streaming music service, which the company reportedly plans to relaunch this year
Semetric appointed a new director, Gene Daniel Levoff, a former director of Apple Operations International, according to the Music Allyreport. It also changed its registered address to the…
The 2015 State of the Union was not President Barack Obama’s longest. It ran 59 minutes and 57 seconds (even though Medium says it should take 28 minutes to read). The written speech was 6,493 words (not including that campaign snap toward the end).
But another notable SOTU metric: the frequent applause.
This year, we took a tally. Not including Obama’s walk up to the podium, nor the applause concluding his speech, people in the House chamber interrupted the president’s speech with clapping…
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said during his State of the State address in Trenton on Tuesday that he won’t resign in 2015 to run for president, though he did spend a chunk of time speaking about what he called the United States’ culture of anxiety and division.
“We are a nation beset by anxiety,” Christie said, which stems from a “pattern of indecision and inconsistency” in American leadership, and from leaders in Washington “who would rather stoke division” than move the country forward….