The president says Sony shouldn’t have killed The Interview.
Hack back? Military strike? Sanctions? Nothing?
A new leader for the agency should be prepared to shake things up, the United States Secret Service Protective Mission Panel recommended. “Some in the Secret Service will resist and may need to move on,” the panel said.
The White House “Task Force on 21st Century Policing” was announced Thursday. It will make its recommendations to the president about how to fix America’s police forces by early March.
While many in the conservative base stew over the president’s decision to end half a century of frosty relations with Cuba, the list of Republicans in Washington on board with the plan is growing.
Josh Earnest: “I assume like many Americans he has seen that Cuba is a place where they have a beautiful climate and a lot of fun things to do. So if there’s an opportunity for the president to visit I’m sure he wouldn’t turn it down.”
“A candidate gets to persuade.”
White House gets behind spending measure that rankles his base.
Marlon Marshall, a field operative with ties to the person who could manage a Clinton campaign, is leaving his role as a key White House aide.
Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson vows to renew his legislation to keep military weaponry away from local police forces next Congress, says President Obama could have done more to stop the flow.
Jennifer Garner, Julianne Moore, John Legend, and Shakira lend their voices to the White House initiative, each sharing a personal story of the role education played in their lives.
As changes to military-equipment programs stall out in D.C., administration officials are citing the 2013 terrorist attack. The complex case of the Boston Marathon response.
The White House has released a behind-the-scenes video.
“We need the backing of our black president to say that this is a racial issue and that he stands behind us. We don’t need him to come and put boots to the ground; he should have done it 100 days ago.”
President Obama will “discuss how communities and law enforcement can work together to build trust to strengthen neighborhoods across the country.”
BuzzFeed News on the quiet collapse of a bipartisan response to Ferguson.
Senior White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer: “We feel very good about how the last two and half weeks have gone.”
Eric Holder released a video calling for calm Friday. Top White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer tells BuzzFeed News there’s “nothing planned” for Obama so far.
The woman’s arrest comes on the heels of other arrests in and around the White House grounds.
The Iowa man led police to his vehicle, where they discovered a rifle and 40 rounds of ammunition.
John Hodgman called the man often cited as the architect of the Affordable Care Act “a bath water creep.” Update: Hodgman responds on Tumblr.
“If you looked up ‘stupid’ in dictionary, you’d find Gruber’s picture.”
A new review points to a series of Secret Service failings as the reason Omar Gonzalez managed to penetrate the White House in September.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News on Wednesday, Valerie Jarrett steered clear of telling Capitol Hill what to do on the pipeline. The White House said Thursday the administration has a “dim view” of plans to vote on Keystone.
Top Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett in an exclusive BuzzFeed News interview on the newest iteration of the White House’s It’s On Us anti-sexual assault campaign.
Shonda Rhimes, make RiRi a GladiatoriRi.
On Monday, the president surprised just about everyone with a pitch for net neutrality right out of the activist playbook.
The Internet Association says Obama’s plan “would establish the strong net neutrality protections Internet users require.”
Meanwhile, congressional Democrats are standing firm: Obama must act now, they say. Where the executive actions stand after Tuesday’s electoral drubbing.
“This was a national wave,” Sen. Manchin said.