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President Barack Obama got out on a Florida golf course Saturday with two former professional athletes and the cousin of one of his top advisers.
It was supposed be a weekend getaway to Florida for President Barack Obama and his wife and daughters, an escape from the frigid weather and lingering piles of snow around Washington. But Russia's intervention in Ukraine has put Obama's plans in doubt, making it possible the family could end up at the White House.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is returning home from the National Governors Association gathering before meetings with the president and vice president.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage is in Washington for the National Governors Association meeting.
Olympic officials are defending the use of TV rehearsal footage to cover up a glitch in Sochi's opening ceremony and the choice of a final torchbearer who had posted a racially offensive tweet about President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama honored Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy of service Monday by helping a soup kitchen prepare its daily meals and a host of administration figures fanned out across the capital to appear at holiday events.
From President Obama posing for selfies with other heads of state to former President George W. Bush's chat with Queen Rania as wife Laura sat in silence, the U.S. presidents attending Nelson Mandela's memorial service were in hot demand.
The president and first family stepped away from the mounting pressures from the Obamacare fiasco on Sunday, heading out for a full day of sporting events that began with golf and finished with basketball.
The White House has a team of people — you taxpayers foot the bill, of course — that spends its days thinking of the best way to portray the president in the most favorable light. ("Maybe we should snap him riding a bike in Hawaii?" "Let's snap him playing hoops!" "His 122nd round of golf? No cameras please.")