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Watch POTUS go in on equal pay, mass incarceration and sexual assault.
Second-time inauguration attendees Marlene and William Carr praised Obama for health care reform and tax cuts in his first term.
Many Americans are increasingly turning to high interest, short term loans to try to make ends meet, but a brief overview of payday lending’s problematic setup shows that it’s often a false solution to a false problem.
The actress explains the ways the president has pushed women's rights forward.
President Obama won the second presidential debate and put himself back on track to win the election.
Women for Obama discuss how he has championed for their rights.
Democrats must articulate a long-term philosophy that will enable the party to govern once the president is re-elected.
In her convention speech, First Lady Michelle Obama reminds voters of why they elected the president in 2008.
First Lady Michelle Obama gave an emotional speech about her husband's character and vision for America at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night.
A new USA Today/Gallup poll shows Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican nominee, trails Obama among women by an eye-turning 18 points, 54 percent to 36 percent.