Domestic-produced array mimics “typical size for the American house.”
Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Rosa DeLauro are hosting the film Fed Up in the Capitol on Wednesday. The movie is not kind to the First Lady.
President Obama’s science adviser: “Climate change is not a distant threat. It is affecting the American people already.”
Be more like those other Republicans, basically.
An HHS review board will soon make a ruling. A major change with potentially far-reaching consequences.
“It’s a crime. It’s wrong,” says Steve Carell. Daniel Craig, Seth Meyers, and more join the 1 is 2 Many campaign.
Plus the NYPD thought they were your friends and are disappointed you don’t remember the good times, the 10 best drugstore lipsticks, and deleted scenes that would have totally changed 6 awesome movies.
Five years after just about everyone in the capital committed to dramatically expanding AmeriCorps, advocates for national service give American leaders a failing grade.
The Obama administration places the pipeline project on permahold.
“We are an independent statistical agency,” says a top Census official.
The Census just changed the way it measures the number of Americans who have health insurance. Observers have wanted the changes for years.
It’s as ’90s as Zack Morris chewing Bubble Tape.
“We want to be at the doorstep of the president of the United States, so he doesn’t just hear from his advisors, but from families who are affected directly by his policies,” activist Cesar Vargas told BuzzFeed.
While commenting on David Oritz’s stealth selfie with Obama for Samsung, White House spokesperson Jay Carney joked that that the president might use executive powers to ban selfies for everyone.
“The Big Papi Selfie” turned out to be a promotional stunt for Samsung, and the White House says its lawyers are looking into the issue. “It had nothing to do with no deals,” Ortiz said.
A top White House official ventured to the Maryland offices of QSSI to share some bubbly as Obamacare enrollment hit a big milestone.
President Obama warned that increased traffic could kill HealthCare.gov on the last day of enrollment at a Telemundo town hall.
“The denial is an affront not only to this journalist, but to the entire White House press corps and to the principle of freedom of the press that we hold so dear,” said Steve Thomma, president of the White House Correspondents Association.
Common fact: They’re all weirdos.
“Site visits are around a third higher than yesterday at the same time,” says a source. “Not saying the video did that, just stating the fact.”
Former Marine Corps Commandant Jim Jones, the president’s first National Security Adviser, is testifying at a Senate hearing on the Keystone pipeline Thursday. But he’s not doing it at the request of Democrats.
Funny or Die became the No. 1 referral site for HealthCare.gov in the hours after President Obama appeared on Zach Galifianakis’ web series, the administration says. The dignity of the presidency emerged unscathed too, according to Jay Carney.
Administration officials will post tweets about climate change while Senate Democrats stay up all night to talk about the issue.
The president awkwardly bungled the title of the Aretha Franklin hit while hosting the Women of Soul concert series at the White House, drawing laughter.
The president asked viral video creators to help boost Obamacare enrollment ahead of the March 31 deadline at a White House summit last week.
While the White House is focused on Ukraine, hundreds of students plan to chain themselves to the White House fence Sunday. The timing is not the best, organizers admit.
Obama called Putin as tensions continued to rise in Ukraine, after Russia effectively seized control of Ukraine. Here’s how each government described the call.
Russia seized Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula Saturday. Officials say Obama was making calls during the national security meeting.
“We are now deeply concerned,” President Barack Obama said.