Celebrating July 4th: President Obama Thanks Military Families

President Obama wished everyone a happy Fourth of July, and recognized our service members, veterans and their families for their service to our country. In addition the President explained how First Lady Michelle Obama is helping wives and families overall with issues special to Military families.

The White House Is All About Gay Rights

President Obama designated the Stonewall National Monument – the first national monument dedicated to telling the story of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community’s struggle for equal rights.

President Obama Is A Park Ranger At Yosemite

“Here at Yosemite we connect not just with our own spirit, but with something greater.” President Obama celebrating 100 years of our National Parks this weekend.

Check Out The Busy and Interesting Week President Obama Had

Hello from the Centennial State, and welcome to your West Wing Week on White House Wire. This week, the President wrapped up his trip across the globe to Vietnam and Japan, honored our fallen heroes on Memorial Day at Arlington, traveled to Indiana to speak on the economy, and to

President Obama Has Fun With Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos

President Obama gets his own helmet and team jersey from the Super Bowl Champ Denver Broncos. The team and coach are there and it turns very amusing and a lot of fun to watch.

White House Address: President Obama On America’s Economic Recovery

In this week's address, the President discussed his return to Elkhart, Indiana, the first town he visited as President and one that was among the hardest-hit by the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes.

White House Address: Remembering Heroes On Memorial Day

In this week’s address to the nation, President Obama solemnly reflected on the meaning of Memorial Day and recognized the sacrifices made by the American warriors who never made it back home. God Bless and thank you to our Heroes as we all owe them our lives.

White House Weekly Address: Expanding Overtime Pay

In this week's address, President Obama discussed one of the single most important steps to help grow middle-class wages and expanding the number of workers who are eligible for the overtime that they have earned.