The first-ever White House Juneteenth concert will honor of the newest federal holiday.

Our Forever First Lady has launched a new health company.

The White House sat down with the members of the Congressional Black Caucus to discuss police reform after the murder of Tyre Nichols.

The Biden Administration mourned Takeoff.

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Jacob Philadelphia—the youngster featured in the memorable 'Hair Like Mine' photo with former President Barack Obama 13 years ago—received a call from the former POTUS ahead of his high school graduation.

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Pioneering journalists Alice Dunnigan and Ethel Payne will be posthumously honored by the White House Correspondents’ Association.


Newly appointed Dr. Dietra Trent has begun her tenure as the Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities.


Any issues in the Democratic party need to be addressed internally and not playing out in anonymous talking points.

In desperate search of a scandal that never existed in the first place, Republicans selectively launched a disingenuous attack on President Barack Obama because he was wearing a -- gasp -- tan suit on this day in history on Aug. 28, 2014.

Including previously introduced proposals such as investments in infrastructure, jobs, childcare and early childhood education, the new Biden budget seeks to reposition Americans socially and economically.

Jean-Pierre became the second Black woman to lead a White House press briefing on Wednesday, following Judy Smith in 1991.

Joe Biden once said he thought marijuana was a "gateway drug," and while he's reversed his thinking, the recent firings of five White House staffers over drug use points elsewhere.