Johannesburg expects event to be “among the biggest gatherings of world leaders."
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Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Monday he doesn’t think President Obama believes in American exceptionalism.
“I don’t think that Barack Obama believes in the U.S. as an exceptional nation, and the whole concept that the world is a...
Despite signs lawmakers could finalize a deal this week, most Americans are bracing for another shutdown.
Obama is missing the annual event to attend services for Nelson Mandela.
McCain warns that could lead to a replay of Iraq.
The Pulitzer Prize winner wrote the administration "cherry picked intelligence."
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Edward Snowden are also among the finalists.
Obama is expected deliver remarks about Mandela’s legacy at some point during the trip.
“Don't just buy a new video game, make one,” he said.
"I think I just became the first president to ever publicly mention Area 51," he said.