Sarah Huckabee Sanders has resigned from her position as White House press secretary.
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Melania Trump has a good sense of humor. That's evident by the photo she authorized the White House photographer to tweet in celebration of her 48th birthday.
Mrs. Trump turned 48 on Friday, April 26. The White House tweeted this tongue-in-cheek photo of the First Lady showing the subtle dissonance between her and the White House Press Corps.
A federal judge on Friday ruled that President Trump and the White House was wrong to snatch CNN reporter Jim Acosta's hard pass after he touched an intern who tried to take his mic during a tense exchange between Trump and Acosta.
President Donald Trump is planning to fire Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen (pictured) and Chief of Staff John Kelly. The President terminated Mira Ricardel, an advisor to National Security Advisor John Bolton, on Tuesday.
The White House finally pulled the press credentials of antagonistic CNN White House press corps reporter Jim Acosta on Wednesday.
Kim Kardashian is making a second trip to the White House to meet with President Donald Trump on prison reform. Kardashian, 37, was key in securing the recent release of Alice Johnson who was serving a life sentence on drug charges.
President Donald Trump and CNN reporter April Ryan lashed out at Omarosa Manigault Newman after she apparently leaked audio of discussions that took place inside a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) within the White House.
Omarosa Manigault-Newman may have violated espionage laws by secretly recording conversations and meetings with the president of the United States in the White House.
A Maryland man wanted in the love triangle shooting of his ex-girlfriend's new lover was arrested as he reported to work at the White House Tuesday morning.
Kim Kardashian West followed through on her decision to visit the White House to talk prison reform with President Trump -- despite the pressure from liberals who urged her not to go. Kim visited with Trump on Wednesday to talk prison reform.
The Reverend Al Sharpton is not impressed with the White House's response to the police overkill of an unarmed black man in Sacramento, California. 22-year-old Stephon Clark was shot 20 times after he was spotted hopping a fence into his grandmother's backyard during a police foot chase.
Former White House senior aide Omarosa Manigualt Newman reportedly threw a tantrum and screamed obscenities at White House staff after she was fired as Director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison on Tuesday.
Omarosa was let go by White House Chief of staff John Kelly after she attempted to enter President Trump's White House residence to speak with him about her early termination.
According to published reports, Omarosa Manigault-Newman was fired from her position as White House Director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison on Tuesday.
Conflicting reports say she handed in her resignation on her 1-year anniversary with the Trump administration, but others dispute that.
Steve Bannon returned to Breitbart.com after resigning from his position as President Trump's chief strategist on Friday. Bannon returns to the conservative website as Executive Chairman of Breitbart News.
President Donald Trump announced he is dismantling two advisory boards after several corporate CEOs flew the coop following the president's response to the violence in Virginia.
The turmoil in President Trump's cabinet continues.
White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci is out of a job. The 49-year-old investment fund manager and banker lost his government job just days after his wife, Deidre Ball, filed for divorce after 3 years of marriage.
A photo showing evangelical pastors and leaders praying and laying hands on President Donald Trump is drawing criticism from Democrats and other heathens and unbelievers.
The White House has apparently taken the first steps toward canceling the often contentious and rancorous White House press briefings.
All hail broke loose after Press Secretary Sean Spicer banned cameras and audio recorders from his press briefing on Monday.
First son Barron Trump gave his entire 5th grade class a field trip to remember. The 6-foot-tall 11-year-old took his entire 5th grade class to Washington, D.C. to meet his father, President Donald Trump, and to tour the White House.
The White House fired a black woman who was hired as the White House's chief usher under former President Barack Obama.
Former White House Chief Usher Angella Reid was the first woman to hold job. The Washington Post first reported Reid was terminated from her job on Friday morning, while President Donald Trump was away in New Jersey.
Their parents may not be fond of him, but President Donald Trump was a big hit with the children of the White House press corps. Thursday was "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day" across America.
President Trump was very popular with the adorable children of the biased news reporters who pester White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer with loaded questions at his daily press briefings.
— ABC News (@ABC) April 22, 2017
President Donald Trump continues to clean house by replacing all of the former administration's holdovers.
Last week, President Trump asked U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy to resign. On Friday, Trump appointed Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams as acting U.S. Surgeon General. Trent-Adams is one of the first registered nurses to hold such an esteemed position.
New England Patriots tight end Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski drew laughter from the normally uptight journalists in the White House's press room when he interrupted Sean Spicer's daily news briefing.
Spicer was responding to grueling questions from the press corps when Gronkowski interrupted the press briefing.