President Obama traveled to Boston on Thursday to speak at an interfaith service for victims of Monday’s attack.
On Monday, President Obama singled out five new locations to be singled out as official national monuments. TIME offers a first glimpse of the new honorees.
President Barack Obama becomes the third sitting American president to receive the award, which was established 108 years ago by Alfred Nobel, a wealthy chemist...
Scenes from the President's May 2011 tour abroad
The Tibetan spiritual leader meets with President Obama and others on a trip to Washington
Millions watched as President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama danced all night at several inaugural balls around Washington, hours after the 44th...
President Obama will mark the 100th anniversary of the presidential first pitch at Monday's Phillies-Nationals game. A look back, from Taft to the two Bushes
With the death toll from the devastating May 22 tornado still rising, President Obama visited the hard-hit town of Joplin, Mo. to meet with survivors, rescuers...
The White House released a photo of President Obama skeet shooting at Camp David this weekend, which got us wondering at Swampland, what other presidents shoot?...
An intimate look at the Commander in Chief on the day before the one-year anniversary of his Administration Photographs by Callie Shell / Aurora for TIME
Washington, D.C. was euphoric on Monday, as tens of thousands turned out to celebrate the re-election of Barack Obama.
White House photographer Pete Souza documents the Commander in Chief's overseeing of the raid on Osama bin Laden's Pakistan compound
The President visits Colorado, Montana and Arizona to discuss his health-care plan and drops in on Yellowstone National Park Photographs by Olivier Douliery...
On the eve of her resignation, the Arizona Representative attends President Obama's State of the Union address
Photographer Brooks Kraft captures the Chinese President's historic meeting with President Obama Photographs by Brooks Kraft / Corbis for TIME
From LBJ to Barack Obama, a look at what the toughest job in the world can do to a person
TIME Photographers Callie Shell and Diana Walker follow Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the night of the crucial primary vote
Samuel Wurzelbacher, the man who gained fame by quizzing Barack Obama about his tax plan, tries his hand at a new career: war correspondent