"We want to make sure our kids are safe, we want to make sure that they are ready to go back to school," former president says
Photojournalist is posting throwback images of Obama in a series unofficially titled, "Respect for Women"
It appears Obama administration could have done a lot more to alert the public to Moscow's actions in election interference
"I'm pretty sure I'm still the only president to listen to Jay Z's music in the Oval Office," former president says
Trump's victory exposed the party establishment as utterly broken – now Dems hope to rebuild in time for a 2018 comeback
The former president offered implicit critiques of President Trump while addressing the Montreal Chamber of Commerce
In pulling out of the Paris climate deal, Trump showed America is a clear and present danger to civilization itself
The move "undermines America's standing in the world," said Al Gore in the wake of Trump's Rose Garden announcement
Rolling Stone has sought to cover presidents – and presidential hopefuls – with the same passion, personality and curiosity it brought to rock & roll
Ten years after the whistleblower enlisted in the army as a closeted trans woman, she's coming out to a much different world – one she helped create
Amy Vilela believes her daughter was denied proper care due to her insurance status, and now wants a system not driven by profits
From "American carnage" to the "Bowling Green Massacre" to the tweets – oh God, the tweets – here's how Trump's first weeks played out
Former president used the University of Chicago event to "encourage and support the next generation of leaders"
The political press won't stop gaslighting anti-Trump Democrats and progressives
Thursday night's air strikes won't by themselves change much in the country – but they did change the rules of the game