The nation's 44th president and its first black president opened his farewell address to the nation by saying thanks to Americans, even those who did not agree with him. This is part one of four.
Donald Trump's nominee for Attorney General promised to uphold laws protecting the civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans and claimed he supported African-Americans.
Demonstrators — at least two wearing imitation Ku Klux Klan robes — repeatedly shouted at both Sen. Jeff Sessions and the senators holding his confirmation hearing for U.S. Attorney General.
The former Democratic presidential nominee and the former president wowed the sold-out crowd at the Broadway show based on the film starring Oprah Winfrey Sunday.
Another reason to love — and soon miss — Joe Biden.
The president-elect is again disregarding established protocol and likely causing a logistical as well as a potential diplomatic nightmare.
"The hope is to draw the nation's attention that Alabamians do not want this person as attorney general because of his past," said the NAACP's Bernard Simelton, following his arrest.