The president not-so-subtly knocks Republican Gov. Chris Christie (and Democratic governors who are implementing mandatory quarantines).
The hackers gained access to computers with unclassified information, the Washington Post reported.
The agency issued revised guidelines to monitor and restrict the movements of people returning to the U.S. from Ebola-stricken countries. “We believe these are based on science,” CDC Director Tom Frieden said. “These add a strong level of protection.”
Obama’s chief of staff convenes a rotation of policy experts, pundits, and advisers from the Obama and Clinton camps on big issues. “It makes them feel good.”
President Obama has been briefed, but the threat level across most of the federal government has not been changed.
Jeffrey Edward Fowle landed in Ohio early Wednesday morning. He was released after five months of captivity yesterday.
In fact, quite the opposite — despite what conservative commenters would have you believe. A BuzzFeed News data analysis.
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It’s old news, a top White House spokesperson says.
Say it with tiny flexing arms and mortarboards.
The Department Of Health And Human Services says this time, it’s going to work.
“To take action, not watch in silence.”
Julia Pierson will be replaced by Joseph Clancy, a retired director of the Secret Service’s presidential protection division.
The Washington Post reported that Omar Gonzalez overpowered one Secret Service agent and ran through much of the White House’s first floor on Sept. 19.
Sources tell BuzzFeed News Tom Perez has White House supporters who want him to be the nation’s next top lawyer.
The nation’s first black Justice Department announced his resignation on Thursday. “I come to this moment with very mixed emotions,” he said.
Some reports have begun to emerge that civilians were killed.
“I think the chances are reasonably good chance of that happening.”
President Obama is sticking by Michael Boggs.
A senior administration official told reporters Monday some of the 100 Americans who have fought for ISIS in Syria are back on US soil.
Friday’s incident forced a rare evacuation of much of the presidential residence after a man jumped a fence and made it through the front doors. Another man pulled a car into a vehicle screening area and refused to leave Saturday.
The president urges a swift international effort to combat Ebola in Africa, but admits it’s too late for many Africans.
The president will send 3,000 U.S. military personnel to help combat the spread of the deadly virus, construct new treatment centers, and train health workers.
The president will not turn his war on ISIS into a campaign issue.
Barak Barfi, a spokesman for the family of Steven Sotloff, told Anderson Cooper on Monday that the slain journalist was sold by rebels at the Syrian border to ISIS.
Archivists are asking the public if they recognize a relative who visited or worked at the Kennedy White House.
… and more takeaways from an analysis of more than 5,000 briefings by BuzzFeed News.
The White House announced the troop deployment Tuesday following the beheading of a second American journalist, Steven Sotloff. The new personnel will be part of a now 820-person force providing U.S. diplomatic security.
George Stephanopoulos dodged the press more than any other briefer-in-chief since 1993. But every briefer had their quirks.
Some have criticized the White House for staying away from James Foley’s memorial mass.