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While Americans are stuffing their faces with their fellow fowl, two turkeys have been spared from their dinner table fate, thanks to President Barack Obama (November 21).
Following a long-standing White House tradition, today President Obama gave a presidential pardon to both Cobbler and Gobbler.
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Still getting their well-deserved recognition, the U.S. women’s olympic gymnastics team paid a visit to the White House on Thursday (November 15).
Known affectionately as the Fierce Five, the excited winners were treated to a meet-and-greet with another recent winner, President Barack Obama.
It’s no secret that the celebrity realm really loves him, and President Barack Obama just had a song dedicated to him by none other than Mariah Carey.
The “Always Be My Baby” singer has released her new single “Bring It On Home” to celebrate Obama’s re-election to the Office of the President.
It was a tense evening as the votes were counted last night (November 6) and when the dust settled President Barack Obama was elected to a second term in office.
And once the news spread, celebrities all over the world took to their Twitter accounts to share their reactions.
Having put together what's being dubbed as a near-perfect campaign, President Barack Obama appears to be staying put in the White House for four more years.
The current U.S. Commander-In-Chief's re-election was called by major media outlets after the State of Ohio and its eighteen electoral votes were named as having been won by Obama.
Fully immersing themselves in Tuesday's political festivities, the stars took to the polling booths and Twitter to sound off on the Presidential election.
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His job performance over the past four years has received mixed reviews from the American people, but President Barack Obama is getting nothing but love from Beyoncé Knowles.
The “Crazy in Love” songstress shared a letter she wrote to the Commander-In-Chief via her website yesterday in which she lavishes him with compliments.
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Bringing the beats for a last minute push for votes, Jay Z performed at a campaign rally for President Obama in Columbus, Ohio on Monday (November 5).
The 42-year-old rapper wore a black Brooklyn Nets jacket and black pants as he changed the words to his "99 Problems" hit to "I got 99 problems, but Mitt ain't one."