Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney unveiled President Trump’s FY18 Budget. “We looked at this budget through the eyes of the people who are actually paying the bill,” Mulvaney said.
Mulvaney on Trump’s budget: ‘Taxpayer first’
Trump says any NFL player who sits during anthem is 'son of a bitch' and should be fired
Giant inflatable chicken resembling Trump draws crowd near White House
Josh Earnest talks Royals fandom, life after White House, and SNL
Jimmy Carter shakes hands with every passenger on Atlanta to D.C. flight
UFOs: What does the government know?
Kansas City takes on Trump over climate change
President Trump and First Lady kick off White House Easter Egg Roll
Sean Spicer recalls his time as WH Easter Bunny 'the good ole days'
Trump recognizes Douglass and other historic African-Americans
Ginsburg: 'There will never be a time when women of means lack choice'
Norma McCorvey, formerly 'Jane Roe' of Roe v Wade, advocates against abortion
During President Donald Trump's speech at a rally in Huntsville, Ala. on Sept. 22, 2017, he called out NFL players who sit during the national anthem. Teresa Kaepernick, Colin Kaepernick's mom, commented on Trump's remarks via Twitter. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell also responded to Trump through a statement calling the president's comments "divisive."
A giant inflatable chicken with a resemblance to President Donald Trump attracted attention near the White House on Wednesday. California documentary filmmaker Tarang Singh Brar was behind the display and explained why he did it.
He’s done with his duty as press secretary at the White House. So on Tuesday, Kansas City local Josh Earnest took in a leisurely evening game, watching the Royals play the Orioles in Baltimore. Royals reporter Rustin Dodd chats with him about the baseball season, life after the White House, and who would play him had he been featured on Saturday Night Live.
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter shook the hands of every passenger on a flight headed to Washington from Atlanta, Georgia, on June 8. Video shared by passenger James Parker Sheffield shows the 92-year-old Carter making his way down the aisle.
What are the politics of U.F.O.s? Hillary Clinton said she believed in giving wider access to government records related to U.F.O.s and extraterrestrial life. Listen to what other presidents had to say about aliens and Area 51.
Before he was press secretary for President Donald Trump, Sean Spicer had a stint as the Easter Bunny for George W. Bush's White House Easter Egg Roll. At the time, he was assistant U.S. trade representative. When a photo of him in costume resurfaced, Spicer tweeted about 'the good ole days'.
“Jane Roe” in 1973's Roe v. Wade case was a pseudonym for Norma McCorvey of Texas. At that time, abortion was outlawed in Texas except in rare cases. The Supreme Court determined that a woman’s right to have an abortion is protected under the Fourteenth Amendment right to privacy but states could restrict an abortion based on the viability of the fetus. McCorvey later came to oppose abortion. Here, she speaks at the 2005 March for Life.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke to Georgetown University Law Center students about her life, career and the Roe vs. Wade case as part of the Dean's Lecture to the Graduating Class series in February 2015.
Donald Trump delivered his victory speech from his election night event at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan. It was a long-fought presidential election after declaring his candidacy June 16, 2015, and later telling supporters that he would accept the results of the election under the condition that he wins.
Before President Obama honored the 2015 World Series champions, manager Ned Yost and players Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez interrupted press secretary Josh Earnest’s regular morning media briefing. Earnest, a KC native and Royals fan, was given a personalized jersey by Yost and other gifts from the players. White House video.
It's been 263 days since the Royals began the celebration on Citi Field. That was Nov. 1 and the Royals had just beaten the New York Mets and clinched the World Series title. In addition to the shiny rings and cool trophy that come with being the champs, the Royals knew they'd one day visit the White House and meet the President. That day came Thursday. Here is what President Barack Obama had to say about the Royals. White House video