The politician gave a powerful speech about his 'frustration' for being targeted due to the colour of his skin
'We have a massive opportunity in this country to make a great success of our new relationship with Europe and with the world, and I'm very excited to be asked to play a part in that,' he added
'If somebody wants to make a joke about the love that flowers between the Turkish president and a goat, he should be able to do so in any European country, including Turkey'
He swayed back and forth and swung his hands, smiling
Philando Castile was one of two black men shot dead by police officers in the US this week
Obama risks looking more like a politician than a president — but he's grown increasingly comfortable with that
The president addressed the nation on Thursday night
Pyongyang's foreign ministry labelled the sanctions the 'worst hostile act'
The publication of the Chilcot report promises to provide a damning indictment of our government, but, asks Patrick Cockburn, have the lessons of this sorry saga been learnt?
The president named Lamar's song 'How Much a Dollar Cost' his favourite of 2015
US Ambassador to Britain Matthew Barzun echoes the warning first issued by Barack Obama in April
Human rights organisations have recorded much higher figures in the same period
“Oti, oti, there’s never much love when we go OT”
At least for now, Britain is my home. I care about this country, and it’s devastating to see it pummelled with such turmoil. This could have been avoided – and in the US, it still can be
The US President said the 'Special Relationship' would endure, calling David Cameron 'an outstanding friend and partner'
The national monument will cover 7.7 acres in Greenwich Village