President Obama and the first family returned to Washington on July 2 after a week-long trip to Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania, focusing on economic development, democracy building and private sector investment.
Hundreds of agents, 56 support vehicles, bullet-proof glass and hospital ship among requirements
White House lays out busy Africa itinerary for the Obamas
When President Obama goes to Africa at month’s end, the first African American president will have a rare opportunity to spread American U.S. values to that continent. It would be a shame if his trip...
Kenyans are disappointed that Obama, whose father was Kenyan, will not visit their nation
Kenyan analyst on Obama: “People are very cynical. There is not that feeling that we have our son there--probably more of a prodigal son.”
President’s welcome on the continent will still be warm, but many believe he has not delivered on promised plans.
WaPo's has a new liveblog for all our coverage of Obama's trip to Africa, along with social media highlights: http://t.co/JaxNEtwqS8