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Loretta Lynch made history in April 2015 when she was sworn in as the United States Attorney General, becoming the first Black woman to do so. The North Carolina native was born May 21, 1959. Lynch was born in the city of Greensboro, entering Harvard University after high school and earning a bachelor’s degree in […]

NEW YORK (AP) — Books of Obama photographs will be in the news this fall. A collection of White House pictures of Michelle Obama is coming out Oct. 17, Ten Speed Press told The Associated Press on Tuesday. “Chasing Light” will feature 150 color shots and personal commentary by White House photographer Amanda Lucidon. “Mrs. […]

NEW YORK (AP) — Valerie Jarrett, one of Barack Obama’s closest and longest-serving aides during his presidency, has a book deal. Viking told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Jarrett is working on a book that will combine personal history and civic advice. The book is currently untitled and scheduled for 2019. “I don’t want […]

Former President Barack Obama has issued a statement regarding Otto Warmbier, the Virginia Tech student who died this week, days after being freed from North Korea in a coma after more than a year in captivity. Warmbier’s father had blasted Obama during a news conference at the time of his son’s release, when asked what […]

June marks the month-long celebration of African-American Music Appreciation Month, which focuses on the musical contributions of African-Americans. The month was initially started in 1979 as Black Music Month, and has since put its focus on primarily on artist that hail from the United States. On June 7, 1979, President Jimmy Carter signed the first […]

The Obama presidency is just about ghost. But before he’s gone from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, celebs who showed him love were seen arriving for the last shindig at the Obama White House Friday night. Here’s what TMZ is reporting … The guest list pretty much says it all … David Letterman, Paul McCartney, John Legend and Chrissy […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — “Obamacare” seems to be holding its own. The administration said Wednesday that 6.4 million people have enrolled for subsidized private coverage through HealthCare.gov, ahead of last year’s pace. Despite rising premiums, dwindling insurers and the Republican vow to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care law, about 400,000 more people signed up through […]

Hillary Rodham Clinton has meant many things to many people. The wife, mother, lawyer, First Lady, Senator, presidential candidate, Secretary of State and soon to be grandmother, shares much of her journey in the book Hard Choices, a memoir. She talked to the Tom Joyner Morning Show today and while she didn’t share any future […]