'Poisonous' Air in White House Race Seeps into Senate RunThe nasty campaign for the White House is playing out in the race to replace retiring five-term Sen. Barbara Mikulski in Maryland. The two leading candidates are trying to inject their opponent with the "poisonous" air at the top of the ticket.
'Mythbusters' Host Teams Up with Baltimore Students for White House ProjectA Baltimore-made piece of art is heading to DC. It will be the centerpiece for the first-ever "South by South Lawn" Festival at the White House.
White House Announces $17 Million to Curb Opioid UseThe Obama administration has announced that it will spend $17 million to help law enforcement agencies deal with the increase in heroin and opioid abuse.
Activist And City Schools Exec. DeRay McKesson Meets With PresidentDeRay McKesson was among those who met with President Barack Obama on Wednesday to discuss community policing and criminal justice.
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 Official: Obama Briefed On UK Vote To Bolt EUThe United States is treading lightly following the decision by Britain voters to leave the European Union.
Arts Commission OKs Plan For Higher White House FenceA plan to increase the overall height of the fence surrounding the White House by approximately 6 feet won preliminary approval Thursday.
White House Asks Colleges to Look Beyond Criminal RecordsThe Obama administration is asking colleges and universities to rethink how they factor in an applicant's criminal history during the admission process.
White House Returns to Normal Operations After Lockdown The Secret Service says the White House has returned to normal operations after being placed on lockdown early Monday afternoon.
Hardly A Dog's Life for Obama's Pets Bo And SunnyThe pair of Portuguese water dogs -- Bo with his distinctive white chest and front paws, and the all-black Sunny -- are canine ambassadors for the White House, very popular and so in demand that they have schedules, like the president.
In Business And Politics, Trump Stokes Internal Rivalries When Donald Trump acquired a pair of Atlantic City casinos in the mid-1980s, he pitted his managers against each other in a ferocious competition over everything from booking entertainers to attracting high-rolling game
Report: Obamas Will Move To D.C. Mansion In JanuaryThe Obamas are planning to move to another very nice D.C. mansion when the President's term ends in January.