The Egyptian military's campaign against suspected militant Jihadi cells holed up in the Sinai peninsula has killed 11 terrorists and captured 23, Egypt's defense ministry said Wednesday.
Military aircraft intercepted two small civilian planes Friday in the vicinity of Camp David, Maryland, where the Group of Eight is holding a summit, the North American Aerospace Defense Command said Saturday.
When the White House, back in March, made the unexpected announcement that this month's G-8 summit, long planned to take place in Chicago, was being moved to Camp David, the reasons given were bland:
President Barack Obama left for Camp David on Marine One Friday but, in a twist that has left some White House reporters scratching their heads, he apparently arrived at the presidential retreat by car.
After a morning of work, Obama will join family and friends for an evening celebration
For the third time this weekend, U.S. jet fighters on Sunday intercepted a small private plane that violated restricted airspace in the area of Camp David, Maryland, while President Barack Obama stayed there, the North American Aerospace Defense Command said.
President Barack Obama told GOP leaders behind closed doors Tuesday that he had failed to reach across party lines enough during his first two years in office, a senior administration official told CNN.
President Obama makes statement to the media after meeting with congressional leaders about working together.
President Obama and his family arrived Friday for a weekend getaway in Maine, but along with a little rest and relaxation comes criticism that the president is taking it easy with the Gulf of Mexico oil crisis in a critical phase.
President Obama will spend the weekend in Maine despite criticism he's taking things too easy during the oil disaster.
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When the waiter reached for the plate, President Obama shook his head and smiled as he asked for a few more minutes. He had been talking to his guests, and had barely taken a bite of his lunch.
President Obama had his first prime-time news conference Monday, and 60 million viewers tuned in.
First lady Laura Bush said Sunday she plans to continue working to advance the position of women in Afghanistan after her husband's time in office ends in January.
In the waning days of the election season, as both parties campaign fervently for their candidates, one man has been notably absent -- President George W. Bush.
In the final days before his successor is chosen, President Bush is noticeably absent. CNN's Kathleen Koch reports.
President Bush will host world leaders November 15 for a summit to confront the world financial crisis, the White House announced Wednesday.
President Bush announced Saturday that he will host the first of what could be several summits of world leaders to discuss the global response to the financial crisis.
CNN's Kathleen Koch reports on President Bush's press conference with French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
President Bush said Saturday that he looks forward to hosting a summit of world leaders to address the global financial crisis
President Bush on Saturday sought to reassure Americans about the cost and scope of the nation's financial bailout plan
As Israel's embattled prime minister prepares to leave office, he issues a series of stunning departure statements
An Israeli border policeman has been arrested in connection with last week's shooting death of a Palestinian boy, an Israeli police spokesman said Sunday.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice emerged from three-way talks with Palestinians in a good mood, joking and laughing with reporters -- so much so that her guest, U.N. Secretary-General for Somalia Ahmedou Ould-Abdalla, wanted in on the joke.
Jenna Bush and her fiancé Henry Hager will marry in a ceremony on May 10, two sources confirm to PEOPLE.
As President Bush prepared Tuesday to head to Israel and the West Bank for the first time as commander-in-chief, he called a confrontation between U.S. Navy warships and Iranian boats in the Strait of Hormuz "a provocative act."
What does President George W. Bush have planned this Thanksgiving? The same thing as everyone else!
There was a scene from the "West Wing" that speaks to what happens when a leader says enough is enough and is moved to action.
As U.S. secretary of state under former President Clinton, Madeleine Albright invested long hours in the Middle East peace process. She wrote about the relationship between politics and religion in her 2006 book, "The Mighty and the Almighty."
What to do if taken hostage
Doctors removed five small polyps from President Bush's colon on Saturday, and "none appeared worrisome," a White House spokesman said.
Bush to have colonoscopy
President Bush will have a colonoscopy Saturday and temporarily hand presidential powers to Vice President Dick Cheney, the White House said
Vice President Dick Cheney will serve as acting president briefly Saturday while President Bush is anesthetized for a routine colonoscopy, White House spokesman Tony Snow said Friday.
A lot of people wonder what drew Jami Miscik, the fastest-rising woman in the history of the CIA, to the spy agency. Here's her story, in her own words:
She's 78 years old, but for Lee Young-soo, life as she knew it ended at age 15 -- when the Japanese government forced her to become a sex slave for its military members during World War II.
New video on Iranian government-run TV networks Sunday showed two of the 15 British detainees being held in Iran.
President Bush and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Saturday discussed global warming, ethanol and trade, as well as poverty, hunger, disease and peace in the Middle East, the leaders said.
Hundreds of Iranian students crowded outside the British Embassy in Tehran on Sunday, setting off firecrackers and hurling projectiles toward the compound, an embassy spokesman said.
When he gives his sixth State of the Union address Tuesday evening, President Bush will be facing a citizenry dissatisfied with his leadership by a nearly 2-to-1 ratio.
President Bush said Friday he expects his administration will win its appeal of a judicial ruling finding the National Security Agency's warrantless domestic surveillance program unconstitutional.
President Bush said Friday the nation's economy was performing well, credited tax cuts for spurring the growth, and said the country was on track to halve its deficit by 2008.
President Bush capped a surprise trip to Baghdad on Tuesday by visiting U.S. troops and urging Iraqis to "seize the moment" and rally behind their new government.
Three prisoners at the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have hanged themselves in what is being called a "planned event," the U.S. military has said.
I've been coming to Jerusalem for some 30 years. This is one of those stories that never seems to go away. As much as there have been glimmers of hope in the Israeli-Arab peace process -- the 1978 Camp David Accords and the 1979 Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty come to mind -- they have been too few in number.
In a Christmas Eve message, President Bush said the holidays are a time to mourn U.S. troops who have died in overseas missions and to find ways to help others in need, especially those whose lives were shattered by Hurricane Katrina.
Beginning in mid-May, pilots who intrude into restricted airspace over the nation's capital will be warned by pulsating red and green laser beams, part of a government effort to prevent a terrorist attack.
The following is Palestinian reaction to the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat:
You know life has returned to, uh, normal when one of the day's top news stories is Scott Peterson.
There's not a lot happening on the other side of Tuesday. Thank God for the new CNN/USA Today/Gallup post-election poll!
For the second day in a row, President Bush practiced his State of the Union address Monday, running through the approximately 50-minute address twice in front of his advisers with the help of a TelePrompTer, a senior administration official said.
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