Some Eagles Players Will Skip White House Visit
President Trump’s Weekly Address 12/2/17Watch President Donald Trump’s weekly address from the White House on Dec. 2, 2017.
Secret Service Apprehends Attempted White House Fence JumperThe U.S. Secret Service says an individual has been taken into custody after attempting to jump a security barrier on the Pennsylvania Avenue side of the White House.
Man Arrested After Alleged Threat Against 'All White Police' At White HouseThe Secret Service arrested a man near the White House on Monday, after they had been told to be on the lookout for a man who allegedly threatened to kill "all white police" there.
Trump Tells NBA Star Curry That White House Visit Is OffPresident Donald Trump says if a basketball player doesn't want to visit the White House to celebrate an NBA title, then don't bother showing up.
White House Strategist Steve Bannon Is OutPresident Donald Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon is leaving his White House post.
Trump Reportedly Described White House As A 'Real Dump'President Donald Trump has told members of his New Jersey golf club that he spends so much time away from Washington because the White House is a "real dump."
White House Shakeup? Communications Director Michael Dubke ResignsWhite House communications director Michael Dubke has resigned.
Senators Seek Visitor Logs From White House, Mar-A-LagoRhode Island's two U.S. senators are joining several fellow Democrats in calling for the visitor logs at the White House and other properties President Donald Trump frequents be released publicly.
Bond Hearing Scheduled For California Man In White House BreachA California man charged with jumping the White House fence while carrying two cans of Mace is due back in court.
NY Congresswoman Urges Open White House Press BriefingsA New York congresswoman has voiced outrage over the White House decision to block The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, Politico and others from a press briefing.
Marijuana Advocates Take Cautious Approach To White House WarningWhite House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Thursday made comments about marijuana that both ignited concern in some and sparked hope in others.