An internal handout focuses on young Americans — and on people who “distrust government.”
A national security expert listened in on the White House’s Syria call Thursday. Here are her takeaways. “We didn’t get any closer to a no-fly zone today.”
The Assad regime used chemical weapons to kill more than 100 rebels.
The president popped into an off-the-record briefing with reporters Monday.
Most predictable White House briefing ever?
An abrupt end to Obama’s weekend of talks and walks with Xi. Update: Iceland hasn’t heard from Snowden yet.
The Baltimore Ravens visit the White House and get a presidential congratulations on their Super Bowl win.
“That’s amazing,” White House Press Secretary says.
“The asteroid poses no threat to planet Earth,” deputy White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says.
Deputy White House Chief of Staff Mark Childress, the man with all the plans.
Has an overly-aggressive White House Counsel’s office gotten Obama into trouble more than once?
“You face a long road ahead, but you will not travel it alone. Your country will travel it with you,” the president said.
“So nobody’s gonna ask me about Myanmar?” Carney asks reporters. Another rough press conference after the administration fails to change the story.
White House releases Benghazi emails. Update: Official tells BuzzFeed the release vindicates the Obama administration.
“Sometimes with the spotlight constantly on it as an issue can make it tougher,” says Rep. Castro.
Carney says Obama’s agenda is still on track despite a bad couple weeks.
On Monday, a frustrated Obama weighs in on IRS and Benghazi.
“I have got no patience with it, I will not tolerate it, and we will make sure that we find out exactly what happened on this,” says the president.
A carefully constructed news day at the White House careens off course. Fleischer says Carney brought the pain on himself for “throwing gasoline on a fire.”
Obama says he’s “absolutely convinced” comprehensive reform will pass this year. Senior administration officials are optimistic too, but they note there’s still a House GOP.
Middle Eastern “OpUSA” hackers expected to attack feds Tuesday. Questions over White House preparedness.
Some Democrats say the White House should draw the line after fixing flight delays. White House keeps its options open.
“There will be GIFs,” new site promises.
The administration refuses to say what this means.
In late 1970, the “King of Rock and Roll” had an unexpected White House meeting with Tricky Dick.
LeVar Burton and Bill Nye star in first-ever six-second White House video press release announcing 2013 White House Science Fair.
After a hard fought defeat, the White House faces some second-guessing. “They screwed up. This thing was lost in March.”
Late on Friday night, the president responds to two tragedies.
“The situation is completely fluid, [so] you shut the hell up,” says Prince.