As Obama prepares to revel in his second inauguration, on Monday, there is no ceiling on what an individual can give, corporations and lobby groups are very welcome.
The following is the full text of the inaugural address of US President Barack Obama as prepared for delivery:
President Barack Obama today issued a impassioned call for national unity and equality, warning political 'absolutism' must not thwart change and renewal, as he was inaugurated for a second term.Full text of Obama's inaugural speech
Four years after making history by becoming the first African-American president, Barack Obama will kick off his second term today with a scaled-back inauguration that reflects the tempered expectations for his next four years in office.
Latinos are taking a more prominent role in President Barack Obama's second inauguration, from the first Hispanic Supreme Court justice swearing in the vice president to a star-studded celebration of Latino culture.
US President Barack Obama formally began his second term as the world’s most powerful political leader by taking oath on Sunday morning at a private ceremony attended only by family and close friends. Obama’s first term ended at noon on Sunday. HT reports.
A record number of Asian-Americans will serve in the next Congress, and several achieved groundbreaking firsts in last week's elections.
President Barack Obama has won Florida's 29 electoral votes in the presidential election, CNN projected Saturday.
US President Barack Obama looked reluctant to leave the stage. He hung back as everyone shuffled away, a happy bunch. He turned around to face the cheering supporters once again. Yashwant Raj
US President Barack Obama will make his first public comments today since the victory speech after his re-election, using his speech to set the tone for upcoming tense talks with congressional Republicans on avoiding the so-called "fiscal cliff" — a combination of deep spending cuts and the expiration of Bush-era tax cuts that will take effect Jan 1 and threaten to pull the country back into recession.
Now that his re-election is secured, President Barack Obama has a freer hand to deal with a world of familiar problems in fresh ways. His re-election means he can sustain the strategic shift toward the Asia-Pacific stared in his fisrt term. The best of US is yet to come: Obama
India expects Obama 2.0 to be a continuation of the past two years, and is content at the prospect.