In Time Magazine's article on selecting President Barack Obama as "Person of the Year," a picture was included by White House photographer Pete Souza showing the president pretending to be caught in a web when he is greeted by a Spider-Man costume wearing child.
Check out the latest holiday special video from the White House YouTube channel, starring the First Family's pet dog. For more information on the 2012 White House holiday celebrations, check out the events page.
... when you realize that you actually disagree with the policies of the political candidate you side with. The independent media organization We Are Change went to the Times Square in New York City to find out what Obama supporters really think about his policies by throwing some curveballs.
Abby Evans, a 4-year-old girl from Fort Collins, CO, is in the news media spotlight after a video of her grumbling about election news overload went viral on YouTube earlier this week. According to her mother Elizabeth, they were listening to NPR on their way to the grocery store when Abby suddenly started crying because she was tired of hearing about "Bronco Bamma" and Mitt Romney. NPR promptly responded with an apology to Abby in an article titled "Dear Little Girl: Sorry We Made You Cry About 'Bronco Bamma' And Mitt Romney."
Finally, proof that President Obama was not born in America, courtesy an anonymous source who leaked the video to Vice.
This "footage," shot on August 4, 1961, on Super 8 (invented in 1965), clearly shows the Kenyan flag (adopted in 1963) on the hospital bed.
Not only was the future "president" a very large baby -- he also was able to hold his head up right out of the womb!