Congress Blocks Rule Barring Mentally Impaired From GunsThe regulation was crafted as part of President Barack Obama's efforts to strengthen the federal background check system in the wake of the 2012 massacre of 20 young students and six staff at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Obama Pens Goodbye Letter: 'You've Made Me A Better Man'President Barack Obama penned an emotional public letter, published Thursday, thanking Americans and encouraging them to participate into "daily acts of citizenship."
Zeoli: The Peaceful Transfer Of PowerPresident Obama and President-Elect Trump will peacefully ride together from one end of Pennsylvania Avenue to the other.
Obama On Chelsea Manning: 'Justice Has Been Served'Obama said that Manning, who was among 273 people granted clemency Tuesday by the president, “served a very tough prison sentence.”
Trump: Putin 'Very Smart' For Decision To Withhold SanctionsTrump deemed Vladimir Putin "very smart" Friday for withholding reciprocal sanctions on the US, at least for the time being.
35 Russian Diplomats Ordered To Leave US As White House Levies Sanctions Against RussiaThis is the first time the names of Russian officials involved in the hacking have become public on the sanctions list.
Local Expert Downplays Sanctions Against Russia In Hacking ScandalHe suggests President Obama's move may fulfill the promise he made to act in the wake of Russia's meddling.
Trump: 'NOT' A Smooth Transition After Obama RoadblocksTrump accused President Obama of making "many inflammatory statements and roadblocks" during the President-elect's transition to the White House.
Obama: 'I Could've Won Again,' Trump Says No WayPresident Barack Obama asserted in an interview recently he could have succeeded in this year's election if he was eligible to run.
Obama Bans Oil Drilling Off Parts Of The Atlantic Coast For GoodNew Jersey's Congressional delegation pushed for the action
Obama: 'Not A Moment During My Presidency I Haven't Felt Responsible'While speaking, Obama said he felt responsible for a lot of the “horrible things that are happening around the world because of my office.”
Obama: 'Ronald Reagan Would Roll Over In His Grave' Of Republicans Approving Of PutinObama said he insisted Putin "cut it out" and told him "there were going to be serious consequences if he didn't.

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