President Obama continued what's become a March tradition in the White House, for the fifth time he sat down to fill out his brackets for the NCAA men and women's basketball tournaments. Want to see his bracket? We have it here:
Dennis Rodman has returned from his bizarre trip to North Korea with an even more bizzare request for President Obama. In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, Rodman called North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a "great guy" who just wants President Obama to pick up the phone. What would the pair talk about? Shooting some B-Ball outside of the school of course.
It seems every other week President Obama is on TV whether for politics, or just because. First Lady Michelle Obama is also in on the TV fun. In case you missed it, Michelle was on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" on Friday (2/22). Michelle took part in a segment called the "Evolution of Mom Dancing".
Riding the wave of his re-election, President Barack Obama hit upon themes of the economy, energy, climate change and gun control in his State of the Union address delivered to a joint session of Congress.
President Obama has had a busy month. With elections, trips to the middle east and of course spending time with the US ladies’ gymnastic team aka the Fierce Five. How would the leader of the free world spend his time with the girls? He used the opportunity to pull his best “not impressed” face alongside McKayla Maroney.
Donald Trump has just issued a $5 million bet to President Barack Obama. All Obama has to do to get $5 Million donated to charity is release his college records, and passport records, and Trump says he'll donate $5 million. What if Obama chose to get the money donated to the city of Utica? Where would Trump spend $5 million in Utica? Here's what we think he'd end up buying: