Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a campaign event at the Apollo Theater in Harlem on Wednesday, March 30.

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Puerto Rico debt deadline looms

The clock is ticking on Puerto Rico, which has a major debt payment due on Monday May 1.

Obama's last correspondents' dinner speech, in 3 minutes

Obama's last correspondents' dinner speech, in 3 minutes

President Obama has wrapped on eight years and eight speeches at the White House correspondents' dinner. From jabs at Donald Trump to what he'll do after his presidency, here are the highlights from his last one.

Larry Wilmore's correspondents' dinner speech, in 2 minutes

Larry Wilmore's correspondents' dinner speech, in 2 minutes

Comedian Larry Wilmore held no punches at the 2016 White House correspondents' dinner, taking aim at presidential candidates, reporters and Bill Cosby.

What will Obama do after his presidency? John Boehner has some answers.

What will Obama do after his presidency? John Boehner has some answers.

One of the spoof videos during President Obama's White House correspondents' dinner speech had a surprising cameo: the former Speaker of the House, John Boehner. He had some advice for how Obama can fill his time after the presidency.

Obama skewers 2016 presidential candidates

Obama skewers 2016 presidential candidates

President Obama skewered Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, John Kasich, Ted Cruz, and of course, Donald Trump during his speech at the 2016 White House correspondents' dinner.

Obama: 'The end of the Republic has never looked better'

Obama: 'The end of the Republic has never looked better'

President Obama's opening remarks at the 2016 White House correspondents' dinner.

President Obama's full correspondents' dinner speech

President Obama's full correspondents' dinner speech

Here is President Obama's full speech at the 2016 White House correspondents' dinner, his final one.

President of correspondents' association: 'Jason is free'

President of correspondents' association: 'Jason is free'

White House Correspondents’ Association president Carol Lee recognized The Post's Jason Rezaian, who was imprisoned in Iran for 18 months before he was released in January.

Obama to Senate: Do your job on Supreme Court nominee

Obama to Senate: Do your job on Supreme Court nominee

President Obama urged the Senate to "do their job" and hold hearings on the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court.

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Obama slams GOP: 'Do your job'

Obama slams GOP: 'Do your job'

A mashup of highlights from the president's speech on the government shutdown at M. Luis Construction company in Rockville, Md. Thursday.