The White House's Christmas theme this year is "American Treasures."
The political strategist and former "Apprentice" contestant on Trump, Omarosa, why Hillary Clinton would be the wrong presidential candidate for 2020 and how Beto O'Rourke could be the future of the Democratic Party.
"My friend Andrew Cuomo...tells me that email is the key to prosecuting just about everyone these days," Ivanka Trump wrote in her 2009 book.
Seth Meyers tore into President Donald Trump's relationship with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday's "Late Night With Seth Meyers."
The president traditionally pardons the turkey in the Rose Garden.
Comedian Michelle Wolf, who hosted last year's White House Correspondent's Association (WHCA) dinner last year, ridiculed the media organization as "cowards" after they selected author Ron Chernow for this year's event.
A judge ordered the Trump administration to temporarily restore the CNN reporter's pass on Friday, but the fight is far from over.
Major General Mark Hertling defended his former colleague William McRaven whom Trump derided on Fox News.
"It's a great day for the First Amendment and for journalism," said CNN lawyer Theodore Boutrous,
Michelle Obama appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to talk about her new memoir, "Becoming."
Ricardel was removed from her position in Melania Trump's office on Wednesday.
'Late Night' host Seth Meyers took aim at President Donald Trump over reports that multiple officials are set to leave his administration.
An Oklahoma man threatened to "blow the f***ing White House up" and kill President Trump if his wife wasn't released from jail.
In an unusual move, the first lady has publicly called for one of the president's top national security aides to be fired.
"Freedom of the press does not mean reporters must sing praise for access," said Democratic congressman Gregory Meeks, who serves the 5th Congressional District of New York.
Conway's sardonic stance against Clinton's hypothetical 2020 run was not the first time she had been critical of the veteran politician.
Words came in Hannity's opening monolog on Thursday.
The rapper mocks the president in three videos shared to his 28.5 million-strong Instagram following.
"She was just doing her job, which was to reclaim the microphone that belongs to the federal government," Conway said.
Protesters held up neon letters spelling out "Protect Mueller" after Democrat lawmakers sounded the alarm that Attorney General Jeff Sessions's resignation could spell trouble for special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
"Now that hate is being normalized, they feel they are in power," the author said. "People need to be held accountable for their words."