'He Will Be Our Brother': 6-Year-Old Asks Obama If He Can Adopt Syrian RefugeeA heartwarming letter sent to President Barack Obama by a six-year-old boy is going viral.
Obama: Low Turnout By Black Voters Would Be A ‘Personal Insult’President Barack Obama said Saturday night he will take it as a "personal insult" if the African-American community fails to turn out for the presidential election.
White House Responds To Petition To Label Black Lives Matter A "Terror" GroupThe White House responded this week to an online petition asking the federal government to formally label the Black Lives Matter movement as a "terror group."
Guide To Washington, D.C.'s National MonumentsA trip to Washington, DC offers plenty of things to see, including monuments and memorials dedicated to those who have made significant contributions to our country.
Obama Decries Orlando Shooting As An 'Act Of Terror'President Barack Obama decried the deadliest mass shooting in American history on Sunday as an "act of terror" and an "act of hate" targeting a place of "solidarity and empowerment" for gays and lesbians.
AP Count: Clinton Has Delegates To Win Democratic NominationStriding into history, Hillary Clinton will become the first woman to top the presidential ticket of a major U.S. political party.
Man Shot Outside White House Remains In Critical ConditionA man shot by a U.S. Secret Service officer outside the White House remained in critical condition in a Washington hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Shooting Near White House Triggers LockdownReports indicate a shooting near the White House triggered a lockdown on Friday.
Overtime Pay May Become Reality For More U.S. WorkersMore than 4 million U.S. workers will become newly eligible for overtime pay under rules to be issued Wednesday by the Obama administration.
Pot Activists Smoke Outside The White House Activists smoked marijuana outside the White House to send their message that the drug shouldn't be considered dangerous.
Federal Funds To Aid Layoff-Hit Appalachian Coal CommunitiesAppalachian coal communities hit hard by layoffs will get $65.8 million in federal funding to help them diversify their economies, create new jobs and retrain workers.
Pittsburgh Mayor, Bishop In Audience As Pope Visits Washington, D.C.Jumping into the issues of the day, Pope Francis opened his visit to the United States with a strong call Wednesday for action to combat climate change.

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