The Washington Post

President Obama convened a meeting with the leaders of three African nations and the African Union Monday in an effort to address the worsening situation in South Sudan, even as he met with Ethiopia’s prime minister to discuss how to strengthen human rights and democratic institutions here.

President Obama and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta didn't just toast each other Saturday night, they danced together.

President Obama gathered with three dozen family members in Kenya’s capital Friday night, marking his first visit to his father’s homeland since becoming president.

Twenty House and Senate members will accompany President Obama on this week's trip to Africa, according to White House officials, the latest sign of the White House's effort to build a closer rapport with Congress.

Obama one of six foreign leaders to speak at service for South Africa's beloved former president

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania -- President Obama and former president George W. Bush on Tuesday will both participate in a wreath-laying ceremony at the U.S. Embassy here, the site of a terrorist bombing in 1998. The two presidents are overlapping in their trips here, as Obama completes the final leg of a week-long Africa tour […]

It was a brief moment, but a symbolically powerful one.

For President Obama's trip to Africa, both the White House and the first lady have joined Instagram.