Obama dropped by Vedder’s pad while on Christmas vacation in the 50th state. The Pearl Jam frontman has long supported the current President.
White House photographer Pete Souza has released the annual “Year In Photos” recap, and it’s full of some of the most beautiful images you’ll see in 2015. Come check out the First Family hamming it up with babies, dogs, a host of celebrities, and well-framed House of Cards reference.
The President’s game was unannounced, so’s not to arouse public interest. But that meant the course wasn’t clear, so the couple had to do some swift moving. Check out the photo of the result, and hear what the Commander-in-Chief had to say by way of apology.
The Scouts visited the White House for the second-annual Science Fair, and came away with a sweet shot of Mr. B. Obama in sparkly headgear. Check the photo, and you’ll understand why the President broke his long-standing “no hats” rule.
Stapp had been in psychiatric care since late November, but left the facility without telling anyone. He believes is a CIA agent whose job is the assassination of President Obama. Stapp’s wife and sister-in-law made the call; check the story to hear the exchange.
Do you think that just because you’re the President life is always filled with champagne and caviar? Think again. After giving a speech in Nashville yesterday, President Obama stopped in for some Mexican takeout. Read on to find out what he ordered!
The Honorees represent the best of American art and culture (and the best British tantric sex). Lady Gaga and Springsteen performed; Colbert hosted; Obama said a few words. Check out the full list of recipients and performers, and find out when you’ll be able to watch the ceremony on the televisual device of your choice.
Obama was the beneficiary of an extended interview, but, before that, he sat down and delivered “The Word” himself, calling it “The Decree.” Come: check the videos. Discuss whether Obama is a passable comedian. Bask in the presidential glow.
Colbert’s wrapping production of his show next week; Obama will be one of the final guests before the erstwhile Frenchman heads over to Late Night. Relive some of the Colbert magic before he goes.
Elizabeth Lauten, communications director for Tennessee Republican Steven Fincher, made some derogatory comments about Malia and Sasha over the weekend. Today, she’s resigning her post. Find out what she said, and weigh in on whether or not she was wrong to say it.