Dear Mr. President: Obama Reads And Replies To Letters Mailed To White HouseOver the years, some of the letters have been sweet, others have been funny, but many have been critical.
Presidential Pets Have Prowled The White House For CenturiesLong before Bo and Sunny Obama stole hearts, there was Barney Bush and before that, Buddy and Socks the cat.
Obama Says First Meeting With Trump At White House 'Excellent'The two met in the Oval Office for more than an hour Thursday to discuss the transition of power.
Barron Trump To Be Youngest Presidential Son Since JFK Jr.The White House has been home to only presidential daughters since 1963.
Man Walking Near White House With Firearm Triggers Brief Lock DownA uniformed Secret Service officer confronted the unidentified man on Saturday afternoon as he walked along Pennsylvania Avenue near Madison Place, on the eastern side of Lafayette Park.
Guide To Washington, D.C.'s National MonumentsA trip to Washington, DC offers plenty of things to see, including monuments and memorials dedicated to those who have made significant contributions to our country.
White House On Brief Lockdown After Secret Service Shoots Man NearbyThe White House was placed on a brief lockdown Friday afternoon after a man was shot by secret service.
Hillary Clinton: Bill Clinton Will Take Lead On Economy If I Become PresidentRecalling sunnier days of growth, low unemployment and budget surpluses under her husband, Hillary Clinton is telling Americans that Bill Clinton will take the lead on the economy if she wins the White House.
Secret Service: Man Tackled After Jumping White House FenceA man who tried to breach the White House fence was tackled and arrested before he got on the executive mansion's grounds Monday, according to the U.S. Secret Service.
Obama: 'I Continue To Believe Trump Will Not Be President'President Barack Obama doesn’t think Donald Trump will be the next commander in chief.
Political World Watching Bloomberg's Every Step For Potential Presidential BidThe political world is watching and waiting on a potential presidential run from former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
President Obama Says He Won't Fade Away In Final YearClosing out a tumultuous year, President Barack Obama sought to lay the groundwork Friday for his last year in office by vowing not to fade in the background but instead use his remaining months to push longstanding goals to fruition.

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