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Oct 13 2017
White House says government can’t lawfully make the payments; president tells lawmaker payments may continue if bipartisan health-care deal is struckWall Street Journal (Opinion)
Jun 05 2018
On Monday, President Trump disinvited the Super Bowl winning Philadelphia Eagles football team to the White House over an apparent disagreement over what players should be doing when the national anthem is played.Washington Examiner
Jul 03 2018
President Trump interviewed four candidates on Monday to take Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s place on the Supreme Court as the White House raced to meet the president’s promise to announce a replacement for the retiring justice early next week.New York Times (News)
Mar 02 2021
The United States will have enough coronavirus vaccine doses for every adult in the country by the end of May, President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday, as production of a third vaccine is set to ramp up.
During a news conference at the White House, Biden said he had invoked a wartime production law to require pharmaceutical company Merck & Co to help produce a newly approvedAl Jazeera
Jun 09 2020
Newly painted in huge yellow letters on 16th Street, just north of the White House, is the slogan: "Defund the Police."
That new message sits beside the "Black Lives Matter" slogan, also in huge letters, painted there at the direction of D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser.
She renamed that section of 16th Street "Black Lives Matter Plaza."
Still, the messages are less ominous thanPat Buchanan
May 11 2021
On Sunday, CNN's Jake Tapper quizzed White House adviser Jeffrey Zients about President Joe Biden's continued insistence on wearing a mask—even when entering a room where everyone is fully vaccinated.
"The president is going to continue to follow the CDC guidance," said Zients. "We're going to look to the CDC. The president from day one has said we're going to rely on science and factsReason
Dec 03 2019
Next year will be a make-or-break year for American democracy. If pro-democracy Americans take the House, Senate and White House, the United States could be primed to pass momentous reforms — with scope and impact that could rival the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act of the 1960s. Reform in 2021 could undo much of the damage done over the last decade.
And what a decade it'sThe Fulcrum
Jan 25 2018
When John Kelly was brought in six months ago to be President Trump’s second chief of staff, his mission was clear: bring order to a White House plagued by infighting and leaks.The Hill
Jun 17 2021
President Joe Biden's meeting Wednesday with his Russian counterpart came after months of diplomatic wrangling over the details, days of preparation with reams of research and the elaborate construction of two separate lakeside venues for the leaders to appear afterward.
But after the summit had concluded, the ornate French style manor home was locked up and the leaders were jetting inCNN (Online News)