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Michelle Obama, the nation’s first lady and a high-profile spokeswoman for healthy eating, has added a new book on growing and cooking nutritious food to her resume. Here’s an easy soup recipe from the White House chefs, printed in “American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America.”
WASHINGTON - The White House rebuked Israel with heavy criticism Tuesday after the Jerusalem city government moved toward the construction of 900 additional housing units in a Jewish neighborhood in East Jerusalem, which Palestinians claim for the capital of their future state.
Arizona Education Foundation's teacher of the year, Mesa's Nancie Lindblom, stops for a photo before entering the White House last month. Lindblom was in Washington D.C. for a conference with the other state and division nominees for Teacher of the Year.
Looks like we have another Jimmy Carter President in the White House. Barack Hussein Obama has been kissing up to the Muslim world since he became president. Could it be from his Muslim childhood in Indonesia? He hardly had a “Yankee Doodle Dandy” childhood. His parents met at a Russian language class in the 1960s at the University of Hawaii (now who studied Russian back in those days, Marxists maybe?). On one of his first overseas trips as president he meets the King of Saudi Arabia (Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques) and gives him a full bow from the waist. No other president has bowed down to any head of state in our history. Then Obama apologizes to the Muslim world for America’s past “transgressions” at the University of Cairo. Yes, Cairo, where our U.S. Embassy was overrun. What does the Obama Administration do? It issues another “apology.” “The Embassy of the United States in Cairo condemns the continuing efforts of misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims...”
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will welcome the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury to the White House next week in recognition of the team's 2009 championship season.
The White House announced the visit Tuesday.
The Mercury defeated the Indiana Fever last year in five games to win its second WNBA championship in three years. Obama will honor the Mercury at an event Monday afternoon.
WASHINGTON - It wasn't a state dinner, and they didn't crash it on purpose. Still, a Georgia couple who showed up at the White House a day early for a tour somehow wound up at an invitation-only breakfast with President Barack Obama and the first lady. It left the White House once again explaining how people who were not on an event guest list wound up being ushered into the presidential mansion anyway.
Indicted Maricopa County Supervisor Don Stapley was not appointed to a special task force on the implementation of the federal economic recovery plan, despite a claim to that effect made by his lawyers in a court motion, a White House spokeswoman said Wednesday.
The White House on Wednesday denied a report that indicted Maricopa County Supervisor Don Stapley has been appointed to help implement the national economic stimulus package.
WASHINGTON - Thick black smoke billowed from a fire Wednesday on the White House compound in the Executive Office Building.
WASHINGTON - The White House told Congress Friday that Iraqi leaders gained little new ground on key military and political goals, a discouraging assessment a day after President Bush said progress justifies a large continued U.S. military presence there.
WASHINGTON - The White House is pushing hard to buy time for its Iraq strategy, offering Congress unusual access to President Bush's top military and diplomatic advisers.
WASHINGTON - In a slip of the tongue, President Bush brought roars of laughter to a White House welcoming ceremony Monday for Queen Elizabeth II.
WASHINGTON - Trying to put a controversy behind it, the Bush administration was wasting no time finding a successor to World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz, who will resign over his handling of a pay package for his girlfriend.
WASHINGTON - The White House said Sunday that Iranians are aiding the insurgency in Iraq and the U.S. has the authority to pursue them because they "put our people at risk."
Patrick Fogarty of Gilbert wants to be the next president of the United States. It’s a decision he made about seven months ago.
National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley briefs reporters at the White House in this July 10, 2006, file photo in Washington. In the trial of former White House aide I. Lewis \"Scooter\" Libby, scheduled to begin Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2007%2
WASHINGTON - The White House said Monday it was revising its proposal for dealing with terrorism suspects as indications grew that President Bush's plan was meeting increased resistance.
WASHINGTON - The White House said Monday it was revising its proposal for dealing with terrorism suspects as indications grew that President Bush's plan was meeting increased resistance among Republicans in both chambers of Congress.
Senate Armed Services Committee members, from left, chairman, Sen. John Warner, R-Va., Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. confer during a markup meeting on det
WASHINGTON - The White House said the details of an investigation into the killings of Iraqi civilians in Haditha in November 2005 will be released to the public when the probe is completed.
Following Monday's Cabinet meeting, a reporter asked President Bush if the White House was working on a contingency plan for the withdrawal of Harriet Miers' nomination.