Barack Obama has delighted the crowds at St Andrew's golf course as he teed off his visit to Scotland with a game of golf.Read the full story ›
In his first visit to Scotland, Barack Obama will addresses business leaders and take audience questions at a charity dinner in Edinburgh.Read the full story ›
The Senate Intelligence Committee has said there is "no indications" of Trump Tower wiretapping before or after the presidential election.Read the full story ›
White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the president was not using the word wiretapping literally or accusing Barack Obama specifically.Read the full story ›
Kellyanne Conway, a senior aide to Donald Trump, said today "there are many ways to surveil each other now, unfortunately".Read the full story ›
The US Congress has been asked to examine if Obama's administration abused its executive "investigative authority", the White House saysRead the full story ›
In a blog on the British entrepreneur's website, the pair were seen taking part in several extreme sports on Necker island.Read the full story ›
Barack Obama has been filmed placing what is believed to be a letter to incoming US President Donald Trump in a drawer in the White House.
The outgoing president then took his final walk through the White House gardens, as he prepares to handover to Mr Trump.
He waved at photographers and said "thank you" when asked if he had any final words for the American people.
Outgoing US Vice President Joe Biden and his wife were also pictured taking a final stroll through the White House gardens, ahead of Mr Trump's inauguration.
Barack Obama urged Donald Trump to "go forward with his vision and his values", as he warned of "complexities" in office.Read the full story ›