Within hours of the release of President Obama’s long-form birth certificate on April 27, questions about its authenticity started to arise. By 10 p.m. that day, the first question arose about the certificate’s registration number: it was preceded by certificate registration numbers assigned to twin girls born after Obama.

Federal authorities in Florida have charged 18 people in connection with a scam to provide illegal immigrants with fake driver's licenses.

In what is being heralded as a victory for the Obama Administration, a three-member panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. ruled on April 29 that the federal government can continue to fund embryonic stem cell research while a federal case seeking to permanently block funding makes its way through the courts.

Last week's clash between the Obama administration and a San Francisco reporter has laid bare the White House's bullying tactics and may prove to be a turning point in the President's relationship with the media.

Although questions about Barack Obama’s eligibility to serve as President were initially raised by Jim Geraghty of National Review Online in June, 2008, it wasn’t until Donald Trump gave voice to what was by then being referred to by the mainstream media as the “birther movement” following an anonymous telephone poll last fall in New Hampshire, that the movement began to gain momentum.