The former president will take part in public and private events in May, beginning with a town hall-style meeting with University of Chicago students.
Vacation's over. Barack Obama's self-imposed silence will end next week — but he has no plans to criticize President Donald J. Trump.
He won't have to say anything. Just the fact Barack Obama will be getting any publicity will drive 45 crazy
The attention that Obama gets when he returns to the public stage will derail Trump. He can't take anyone standing in his spotlight. Let's watch his already asinine tweets escalate to nonstop lunacy.
I sincerely hope that every progressive leader, Obama included, is working behind the scenes to fix this mess. I don't care if he talks about it, but I want him to DO SOMETHING!
Activists who pressured advertisers to pull out of "The O'Reilly Factor" are claiming victory after the Fox News star was dismissed.
The flurry of activity amounts to a comeback by nationalists like Stephen Bannon, Mark Landler writes.
Times reporters traveled around France to cover the issues shaping the presidential race. Here are some in-depth articles.
"The X-Files" is being revived, again.
"Sure, most of season 10 wasn't that good, but it did result in one episode worthy of a place among the classics, "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster", so to me it was worth it. If the new run is able to make even one episode as good as that one, then I'm all for it.Also, the problem with the X-Files is Chris Carter. He needs to distance himself from it and realise that he's just not a very writer or director. They should ask Vince Gilligan if he'd be interested in returning. A combination of his approach to standalone episodes, with a few more from Darin Morgan, would inevitably make for a great season."