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  • Before he was elected to the highest national office, and before he called The White House home, Senator Obama was hitting the campaign trail.


  • Finally, my grandparents sold the stand and moved to a little town in southwest Georgia called Albany, where my granddaddy bought a restaurant called The White House.

    It Ain’t All About the Cookin’

  • Oh, and by the way CNN contributor Bill Bennett - President Obama is already home; it's called The White House!

    CNN Political Ticker

  • WASHINGTON—The White House is expected to nominate Timothy Massad as Treasury Department assistant secretary for financial stability, placing him in charge of managing the government's Troubled Asset Relief Program investments, people familiar with the matter said.

    Treasury's Massad Is Likely to Be Next TARP Overseer

  • After two years of total control of Congress and The White House, you would think that the editors at The Advocate would have learned that the Democrats are playing politics with the issues they cover.

    Richard Grenell: Once Again, The Advocate Hides Democrat's Anti-Gay Views

  • WASHINGTON—The White House based its budget for fiscal-year 2013 on a cautious economic forecast that predicts gradual growth still threatened by European instability.

    Budget Relies on Cautious Economic Forecast

  • WASHINGTON—The White House on Friday ordered an independent review of the Energy Department program that gave Solyndra LLC a $535 million loan guarantee, acknowledging the need for further scrutiny after earlier saying the program was working well.

    Energy-Loan Program Faces Review

  • WASHINGTON—The White House is considering nominating Raj Date, a key adviser to Elizabeth Warren, to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    Warren Adviser Considered to Head Consumer Bureau

  • NEW YORK — The White House said it is ending its long-running practice of having presidents re-enact televised speeches for news photographers following major addresses to the country, a little-known arrangement that fed suggestions of fakery when Barack Obama announced the death of Osama bin Laden.

    White House Announces End To Re-Enactments For News Photographers

  • Among topics likely to be addressed, according to national security adviser Tom Donilon:•North Korea— The White House wants China to rein in its ally, which has been pursuing nuclear weapons and recently attacked a South Korean vessel and island.

    Chinese leader Hu Jintao to visit U.S. during tense times


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