Across the Democratic Party, a new generation of leaders is stepping into positions of power. Is the White House next?
The former president paid tribute to the late actress, who was among his most vocal supporters in the entertainment industry.
Herschel Walker railed on "wokeness" in the U.S. military to culminate what has been a contentious U.S. Senate campaign in Georgia.
In his latest outburst, Kanye West has taken aim at former U.S. president Barack Obama via Instagram.
Tara Reade called on House Republicans to investigate her accusations of sexual assault against President Joe Biden.
A video of the remarks was reposted to Twitter by Jack Cocchiarella, who wrote: ""As always, President Obama was right."
The former president was in Georgia Thursday night campaigning for Senator Raphael Warnock ahead of Tuesday's runoff election.
James Earl Graves Jr., nominated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit by the then-president in 2011, backed a ruling that blocks the program.
"We have our issues," the former first lady said in her new book about her relationship with Barack Obama.
Despite the Democrat's better-than-expected showing, President Joe Biden remains unpopular with the public, according to two post-midterm election polls.
During one visit to Malia and Sasha's new apartment Michelle Obama realized "the dynamics had changed."
At the same point in his presidency, President Barack Obama had an approval rating of about 45 percent, as the GOP flipped 63 House seats in the 2010 midterm.
If December's runoff vote in Georgia favors the Democrats, it will be the first time the party has made a positive net gain since Kennedy was president.
A University of Washington academic told Newsweek Democrat success was likely "less the result of a credible Democratic strategy than poor Republican strategy."
An ex-Obama strategist said the former president popular with Democrats helped the party prevent the "shellacking" he oversaw.
Joe Biden and Donald Trump headlined rival rallies in Pennsylvania ahead of the midterm elections.
"Gale force winds wipe out flags, yet strong Democratic candidate doesn't even flinch," one Twitter user quipped in response to the clip.
The former president said that voters "deserve better" than the GOP candidate, saying that the celebrity doctor is "just trying to make a quick buck."
Oz now holds a 2-point lead over the Democrat in the key Pennsylvania Senate battle, according to a Trafalgar Group poll conducted between November 1 and 3.
While the president has made visits to blue states like New York, New Mexico and Oregon, he has been noticeably absent from battlegrounds like Arizona and Ohio.
The former president was speaking at a rally in support of Democrat candidates in Phoenix, Arizona, when he was interrupted by a heckler.
During a Friday stop in Georgia, Obama criticized the former NFL player as "a celebrity that wants to be a politician."
Bookies are offering (longish) odds on the Democrats pulling off an upset and increasing their number of House seats.
Clips suggest Barack Obama speech was drowned out by anti-Joe Biden expletives in Detroit, Michigan.
The former president has traveled across the country to rally voters in Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin in recent days.
Barack Obama said the GOP is "not interested in solving problems" and that it's "interested in making you angry, and then finding somebody to blame."
Obama was speaking about the attack on Paul Pelosi when he was interrupted by a member of the crowd.
Obama quipped the plot of Dixon's horror film was "more believable" than GOP claims of election fraud while rallying for Gretchen Whitmer on Saturday.
The former Democratic president is seeking to boost his party in two races with razor-thin margins with less than two weeks until the midterms.
Obama said that Republicans were only interested in "owning the libs and getting Donald Trump's approval."