Enlisting his former associate director for the Office of Public Liaison for support, President Barack Obama tapped actor Kal Penn to host the 2012 Democratic National Convention coverage on BarackObama.com.
The "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle" actor snagged his costar John Cho to star in a promo for the gig. In the video, the President picks up the phone and tells the listener that he needs his support.
With the Presidential election quickly approaching, Michelle Obama took time from her demanding schedule to appear on the cover of the September 2012 issue of Ladies' Home Journal.
The First Lady was joined by her U.S. Commander-In-Chief husband Barack Obama for the magazine sitdown in which the power couple talk about women in leadership roles and what makes people so eager to listen Michelle.
He’s been busy trying to secure his re-election this November, but President Barack Obama put his schedule on hold today to address the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado in the wee hours of this morning.
The Commander-in-Chief was troubled by the twelve deaths and dozens of injuries that occurred when a gunman opened fire at the midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Encouraging women to vote to re-elect President Barack Obama and meeting up with hundreds of volunteers, Alicia Keys was spotted at the West Philadelphia Obama Campaign field office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Monday (July 16).
Donning a brown fedora hat and a bright yellow shirt, the "If I Ain't Got You" songstress greeted fans, signed autographs and took the stage at the Pennsylvania Convention Center to give a little speech
about voting for Obama.
Celebrating fatherhood and paternal bonds, dads around the world are being toasted on the Father's Day holiday (June 17) for all that they do as family patriarchs.
Among the proud papas are the hard-working movie stars and professional athletes, with tenured parental figures Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise joining new daddy's Chris Hemsworth and Tony Romo as being among the men juggling family duties with demanding careers in the public eye.
“Call Me Maybe” songstress Carly Rae Jepsen can now add President Barack Obama and Donald Trump to the long list of fans who have been caught singing along to her hit song.
After rising to fame through YouTube with the help of Justin Bieber, a flood of sing-along videos started pouring onto the site, and now two of the most powerful people in America, who often don't see eye to eye, are the latest fans to sing out the lyrics.
Stepping out for a night of fashion, Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted enjoying herself at the Gordon Parks Centennial Gala at the Museum of Modern Art New York City, New York on Tuesday (June 5).
The "Sex and the City" actress donned a purple sequined dress and a blue velvet jacket for the stylish event hosted by Anderson Cooper and, although her Carrie Bradshaw character has an expensive taste for shoes, the purple pointed kicks she decided to wear brought unpleasant attention to her rather veiny feet.