The White House is on lockdown due to an unattended package on the north fence line, according to a Secret Service official.
The Obama Administration is under fire by lawmakers who are unconvinced the exchange of Taliban Prisoners for a U.S. P.O.W. needed to be done without Congressional approval.
The nations governors meet with President Obama as part of their winter conference.
President Obama lays out his agenda for the nation.
The President faces a divided Congress as he prepares to deliver the State of the Union address.
President Barack Obama plans to announce that he will issue an executive order raising the minimum wage for federal contract workers with new contracts to $10.10 an hour, the White House said Tuesday.
House Democrats delivered a fix-it-or-else ultimatum Wednesday to President Obama, giving his administration until Friday to find an affordable solution for the millions of Americans losing their health plans under ObamaCare -- or risk some Democrats backing a Republican solution.
Lawmakers opposed to strikes against Syria push back against White House plans.
The White House faces opposition against plan for military strikes against Syria.
The White House on Thursday announced two executive actions that it says will close loopholes that allow the most dangerous types of firearms from falling into the wrong hands.
Pioneering journalist Helen Thomas dies at the age of 92.
Media outlets express outrage over Associated Press phone record scandal.
In the face of a public outcry, President Obama opened the door in an interview broadcast Wednesday to resuming White House tours.
After closing the doors to public tours in an effort to save money, White House officials haven't yet said if sequester cuts will result in furloughs or layoffs for its senior staffers.
In his first interview since losing the 2012 presidential election, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney criticized President Obama's early second-term performance and told Fox News Sunday that he's still very much stung by his defeat.
The White House and Justice Department on Tuesday adamantly defended the administration's authority to use unmanned drones to kill terror operatives, even if those operatives are U.S. citizens.
If Congress drags their feet, the White House has a plan for immigration reform.
Responding to petitions from Texas and seven other states calling for the right to secede, the White House called for healthy debate, but to not let "that debate tear us apart."
Vice President Biden said Wednesday that the White House could use "executive orders" to deal with gun control.
The Obama administration is making a big push this week to gather ideas for a comprehensive plan to curb gun violence.