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Recent articles by Gregory:

Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning in last-minute clemency push

President Obama granted 64 pardons and 209 commutations Tuesday. → Read More

A general, a Hall of Famer and a Puerto Rican nationalist: The other commutations

Chelsea Manning wasn't the only high-profile person to get their sentence commuted. → Read More

Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning

President Obama granted more pardons and commutations with commuted the sentences of more people Tuesday. → Read More

Obamas donate Sasha and Malia's playground to homeless shelter

WASHINGTON — With just four days left living at the White House, President Obama donated their daughters' south lawn playground to a Washington homeless shelter as part of a Martin Luther King Day service project Monday. "Malia and Sasha's Castle," as the wooden play set was known, is now at the Jobs Have Priority shelter, a 28-apartment complex in southeastern Washington. The Obamas even showed… → Read More

In final days, Obama administration signs law enforcement pact with Cuba

The agreement does not include the return of American fugitives. → Read More

In final days, Obama administration signs law enforcement pact with Cuba

The agreement does not include the return of American fugitives. → Read More

Obamas donate Sasha and Malia's playground to homeless shelter

WASHINGTON — With just four days left living at the White House, President Obama donated their daughters' south lawn playground to a Washington homeless shelter as part of a Martin Luther King Day service project Monday. "Malia and Sasha's Castle," as the wooden play set was known, is now at the Jobs Have Priority shelter, a 28-apartment complex in southeastern Washington. The Obamas even showed… → Read More

Obamas donate Sasha and Malia's playground to homeless shelter

"Malia and Sasha's Castle" is now at a 28-apartment complex in southeast Washington. → Read More

Cubs, world champions at last, visit White House for first time in 129 years

The Chicago Cubs visited the White House for the first time since 1888 on Monday, with President Obama congratulating the world champions in one of his last official acts as president. → Read More

On clemency, White House sees distinction between Snowden and Manning cases

White House says Obama has made no decision on two notable leak cases. → Read More

To bridge transition, Obama renews seven national emergencies

The flurry of paperwork avoids having sanctions programs lapse in transition. → Read More

Obama surprises a choked-up Biden with Medal of Freedom

A tearful vice president caught off guard by award ceremony. → Read More

Obama surprises a choked-up Biden with Medal of Freedom

"I don't deserve this, but I know this came from the president's heart," Biden said. → Read More

U.S. sanctions Syria for use of chemical weapons

The sanctions follow a U.N. report finding the Syrian regime has used chlorine gas. → Read More

Trump didn't answer these questions at his news conference

The president-elect left some questions hanging in the air (especially on Russia). → Read More

Obama addresses the nation one last time

President Obama called for Americans to seek solidarity over division in a celebratory farewell address in Chicago Tuesday, calling for a "new social compact." → Read More

Obama's farewell address looks back on career in activism

The words of the Declaration of Independence to echo in Chicago. → Read More

Fond farewells: Obama follows tradition dating back to Washington

George Washington's 1796 farewell address still echoes through the words of departing presidents even two centuries later. → Read More

Obama's farewell address looks back on career in activism

The words of the Declaration of Independence to echo in Chicago. → Read More

Obama's farewell speech: Here's what to expect

President Obama will give his farewell address to the nation in prime time on Tuesday, at 9 p.m. ET. White House aides say the speech is coming together, but here's what we know so far: → Read More