President Obama

A C-SPAN survey of 91 presidential historians ranked Obama as the 12th best U.S. president ever.

The "Trayvon Martin" speech was a watershed moment for President Obama. It proved to the Black community that he understood the plight faced by young black men in America.

Last night President Obama gave his farewell speech in Chicago, but there seemed to be someone missing.  Where was Obama’s youngest daughter, Sasha? During his speech, President Obama thanked his family for all their love and support.  As the cameras cut to the First Family, viewers noticed Sasha was no where to be found.  Of […]

@kwellscomm  PraiseIndy.com News & Sports  —   Wet and slick…those are the buzz words for Tuesday, the day President Barack Obama will bid farewell to the nation, live. (More on that below.) Good day to you… Indy’s wild weather week continues with freezing rain taking center stage. Road crews across the city asked drivers to […]

President Barack Obama says the Democratic Party needs to be rebuilt from the ground up.

@kwellscomm PraiseIndy.com  News & Sports  —  In breaking national news…we’re watching Brooklyn. As many as three dozen people are hurt following a train derailment in Brooklyn Wednesday morning. New York City fire officials say there are at least 30 people with injuries and a handful appear to be serious. It happened around 8:20 a.m. Eastern […]

The new legislation will allow civil rights cold cases that happened prior to 1970 to be reopened.

During her final one-on-one interview as First Lady, Michelle Obama got candid about the state of the nation following the election.

President Barack Obama held a day of action at the White House on Friday.

President Obama says his daughters, Sasha and Malia Obama, are “ready to get out of the nest. We don’t think they’re ready, but they certainly think they’re ready.”

In his final speech as commander in chief Obama touts his counterterrorism policy wins. The president also cautioned Donald Trump against following through on his campaign rhetoric.

President Obama’s approval ratings are the highest they’ve been since his decisive 2012 reelection. Fifty percent of Americans approve of him compared to 43 percent who do not.