Judge Rules Jim Acosta Can Have His White House Pass BackA federal judge ruled that CNN correspondent Jim Acosta can keep his White House hard pass, handing a victory to CNN in its lawsuit against President Trump and top White House officials. The case could be a precedent-setting case for journalistic access to the White House.
White House: Trump-Rosenstein Face-Off May Be Delayed AgainThe White House says President Donald Trump's highly anticipated meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could be delayed again.
White House Flags Back At Full Staff After McCain's DeathThe flags at the U.S. Capitol, meanwhile, remained at half-staff on Monday.
White House Defends Decision To Bar CNN ReporterWhite House spokesman Hogan Gidley says Kaitlan Collins "was told repeatedly to leave the Oval Office."
Ely Company Represents Minnesota At White HouseWintergreen Northern Wear was founded 30 years ago by Susan and Paul Schurke.
Trump Will Not Be Inviting NBA Champs To White HouseWhichever team wins the championship, Donald Trump says he won't be inviting them to the White House.
NBA Playoff Talk Turns To Trump And White House VisitsLeBron James knows for certain that this year's NBA champion, be it the Cavaliers or Warriors, will not visit the White House.
AP: WH Aide Dismisses McCain View, Because 'He's Dying Anyways'A White House official dismissed Sen. John McCain's opposition to President Donald Trump's CIA nominee, saying "it doesn't matter" because "he's dying anyway," two people in the room told The Associated Press.
Trump's Plan To Combat School Shootings: Gun Training For Teachers, No Minimum Age Raise President Donald Trump's plan to combat school shootings will include helping states pay for firearms training for teachers and a call to improve the background check system.
Police: Man Kills Himself Near White HouseAuthorities said a man shot himself to death outside the White House on Saturday.
Teens Hold Die-In For Gun Control Outside White HouseDozens of teenage students spread their bodies on the pavement in front of the White House to demand presidential action on gun control and symbolize the 17 killed in a school shooting in Florida.