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President Barack Obama waves following his speech at Austin City Limits Live on May 10.

According to portions of an interview with the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, Rick Perry — the onetime (and, he hopes, future) front-runner in the GOP presidential field finally accepted categorically, all kidding aside, that Barack Obama was born in the United States. Read more»

Donald Trump may have been a bit embarrassed for questioning President Barack Obama's birth place after the Obama camp produced a copy of the president's birth certificate: Born in the U.S.A.

While President Obama may have ended speculation about his own birth right, arguments over the clause in Article Two of the U.S. Constitution which states “no person except a natural born citizen” can stand for office, are likely to rumble on. Read more»

Despite criticism from the right and the left, and questions of legality, Arizona's House of Representatives has voted to advance a bill demanding that future presidential candidates prove their citizenship. Read more»