'Something felt wrong inside. Being a boy is a bit stressful'
Exclusive: The 84-year-old said he will not stop calling for Mr Obama to be killed
'There is no room in our schools for discrimination of any kind, including discrimination against transgender students on the basis of their sex'
Human Rights Watch says some children working on tobacco farms reported symptoms consistent with acute nicotine poisoning
25 per cent of Sander's supporters claim they would note vote for Hillary in the Presidential election - but history shows that this is unlikely to be the case
President Obama suggests US media is treating the rise of Trump as entertainment and needs to get serious
May the groove be with you
Obama has now granted clemency to a total 306 inmates, 110 of whom were serving life sentences
The documents show that US corporations will be granted unprecedented powers over any new public health or safety regulations to be introduced in future. If any European government does dare to bring in laws to raise social or environmental standards, TTIP will grant US investors the right to sue for loss of profits
President take aim at a range of figures but saves his sharpest jibes for the Republican frontrunner
The President is looking forward to some downtime when he leaves Pennsylvania Avenue
President Obama and Larry Wilmore went all in...
The official training exercise was part of a plan to bolster NATO's presence in Eastern Europe
He might not be the first truly post-racial president after all — but Obama is arguably the first postmodern humourist to hold the office
President reiterates his plea for European NATO allies to increase their defence spending
TTIP proponents have long argued that the NHS will not be affected by the deal. But the fact is that the UK’s healthcare services are, and always have been, on the negotiating table