White House Videos
Strait Talk Detroit: What's Ahead for Trump & Clinton on the Road to the White House
ABC News' Matt Dowd and LZ Granderson talk with Jon Karl and Ron Fournier from Crain's Business Detroit.
Senior Adviser to Pres. Obama Valerie Jarret Talks Racial Tension in US, Diversity in the White House and More
Jarret discusses Obama administration, the president's accomplishments and what the commander-in-chief really thinks.
White House Meets on Syria Crisis, Fragile Cease-Fire
The U.S. Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense are set to meet with President Obama at the White House later today to discuss the war in Syria and the fight against ISIS.
Sanders Protests Controversial Dakota Pipeline Outside White House
CEO of Texas-based oil company calls tribal concerns over water "unfounded."
One Ohio Voter Believes Melania Trump Will Bring a New Dynamic to the White House
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks asks fairgoers to step right up and spin our wheel of election questions to find out what Wayne County residents are thinking.
White House Responds to Kayla Mueller Parents' Claim Obama Broke Promise to Donate
Obama spokesman says he "anticipates" the president would support Mueller's foundation "moving forward."
Bill O'Reilly Defends Controversial White House Slave Comments
The Fox News host said his comment that slaves who built the White House were well-fed and had lodging is "fact" and "not a defense of slavery."
Anita McBride Talks the Republican Race for the White House
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Devin Dwyer interview Anita McBride, President George Bush's former assistant at the Republican National Convention.
Michelle Obama Fact-Checked: White House 'Was Built by Slaves'
Historians say that the labor force that built the White House included both enslaved and free African Americans.
Chants of 4 More Years for President Obama at White House Eid Celebration
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