President Obama announced Tuesday morning that federal appeals court judge Sonia Sotomayor is his nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy.
Praising her as "an inspiring woman" in his introduction, Obama said she had more experience than anyone on the court and has earned the "respect of colleagues on the bench," the admiration of lawyers and "the adoration of her clerks." He highlighted the barriers she faced in making it to this position, including her…
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According to bossip.com, the President and his gorgeous wife honored music pioneer, Stevie Wonder, at the White House yesterday. Yes, Michelle stole the show again and is already the best dressed First Lady of all time maybe:
STEVIE WONDER was honored with America’s highest award for pop music by President BARACK OBAMA on Wednesday. The Superstition singer was handed the prestigious Library of… Continue
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enter the East Room for entertainment after a black-tie dinner at the White House on Sunday in Washington, DC.
The Obamas gave their first formal White House dinner as hosts to the National Governors Association which has been holding their 2009 winter meeting discussing Obama’s stimulus program, health care, infrastructure and… Continue
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Barack Obama has most definitely taken ova, and he’s using his powers for good:
According to bossip.com, President Obama is expected to sign executive orders Thursday directing the Central Intelligence Agency to shut what remains of its network of secret prisons and ordering the closing of the Guantanamo detention camp within a year, government officials said.
The orders, which would be the first steps… Continue
As the celebrations and festivities surrounding the inauguration of Barack Obama go on, New York producer Scram Jones teamed up with his long-time affiliates Saigon, Haffa and Obama's fellow Chicagoan Rhymefest for a celebratory and inspirational track titled Yes We…Continue
In the celebratory, uplifting spirit surrounding the inauguration of the 44th U.S. President, Barack Obama, New York veteran and Gangstarr associate Freddie Foxx a.k.a. Bumpy Knuckles has laid down a positive and relevant track titled "Yes You Can", spinning off of the Obama campaign's trademark… Continue
Many were suited up for the Hip Hop Inaugural Ball in Washington DC. Jeezy, TI, Uncle L and many more hit up the semi formal event to celebrate the inauguration of America’s first Black president. Check out some of the pics from the event.…
R&B singer John Legend uses his Kyte phone to catch some candid moments with some of the biggest celebs on the planet as they humbly wait to greet our new leader, President Barack Obama!! Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Mary J. Blige, Josh Grobin, Ashton Kutcher, Samuel L. Jackson, Queen Latifah, Sheryl Crow, Forest Whitaker, Vice President Joe Biden and more!
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