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Current and Al-Jazeera America host/reporter David Shuster, got married on Saturday, in Aspen, Colorado, to Michael Gottlieb, a former associate White House counsel for Obama. The New York Times reported on Sunday that Supreme Court Justice Elena
The White House on Sunday stood by President Barack Obama's position that he continues to be the most transparent president in U.S. history, despite widespread complaints from journalists and other Americans about a lack of information or apparent
But the commitment endures, newly appointed White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in an interview on CNN's "Reliable Sources" on Sunday. Earnest, who was a deputy press secretary before his promotion in June, cited "a number of steps that we'
In the months and years leading up to the 2012 Presidential election President Barack Obama repeatedly told a host of untruths about the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) to throngs of voters and national television audiences. The fact that Obama
Opinion President Barack Obama delivered some funny zingers Saturday night at the 100th annual White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, skewering everyone and everything from the Koch brothers to MSNBC.
Maybe it's at CNN for their non-funny, groan inducing coverage of this political gathering. Perhaps Michelle was angered with the Bellamy Young 's presence at the White House Correspondent's Dinner!...She was spotted giving a seemingly sardonic
There's a red carpet, a presidential appearance, comedic relief and to make it all real, swanky after-parties. This year marks the 100th soiree, most of which have featured a fancy dinner and the president in attendance...But in contemporary times,
President Barack Obama was set to join journalists, government officials, politicians and media personalities Saturday night at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner for an evening of humor and celebrity gazing that has become an annual
Former AP Washington bureau chief Ron Fournier is advising the White House press corps to toughen up. The typical White House reporter considers President Obama's team the most secretive in memory, stingier with information than the tight-lipped Bush
White House press corps, several journalists said during the panel discussion, which was co-hosted by George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs and the White House Correspondents' Association. The association, which is