Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about the Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage, the terrorist attack in France and two others, gaps between...Show More Summary
As part of their coverage of the ObamaCare subsidy ruling on Thursday, NBC Nightly News aired a rather favorable report from senior White House correspondent Chris Jansing on the so-called successes of the health care law with only a brief allusion to an opposing viewpoint. Show More Summary
Fox News Chief White House correspondent Ed Henry argued that the 2016 presidential race provides "the perfect backdrop to talk about the economy" and asked, "Why are people getting pulled into other issues like gun control right now...Show More Summary
President Obama is under fire from the press in the past 24 hours – White house correspondents fielded a flood of questions as the President headed to Palm Springs to golf during a record-breaking drought and in the wake of the Charleston...Show More Summary
Frank Bruni went petty to accuse the Republican candidates of backwards sexism in his latest New York Times column, "The G.O.P.'s Blinkered Contenders." Bruni, who previously served as a White House correspondent for the Times, used a single word by Sen. Show More Summary
According to CBS News' White House correspondent, this is the 14th statement Obama has made following a shooting
Fox News correspondent James Rosen pressed White House press secretary Josh Earnest on the future of the American mission in Iraq on Wednesday, asking pointblank whether or not the country was a quagmire.
Now dad to two little girls, the NBC White House correspondent is officially outnumbered.
Photo of Killer Mike before the White House Correspondents' Dinner via Instagram UPDATE: Mike has shared an update. "I can't run," he says. "Unfortunately, they're not gonna let it work." Apparently, in order to actually get elected, he'd have to officially enter the race as a "write in" instead of just having people write his name in. Show More Summary
Photo of Killer Mike before the White House Correspondents' Dinner via Instagram During his appearances on "Real Time With Bill Maher" and CNN, at his university lectures, in his writing, and in his lyrics, Killer Mike has made a strong case for himself as a political force. Show More Summary
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s latest warning on Iran, Rachel Dolezal quitting the NAACP, Jeb Bush’s presidential announcement and the U.S. targeting of an al Qaeda big wig.
Whether attending the White House Correspondents' Dinner or traveling to India, Michelle Obama always makes sure she's a First Lady in style
Please let it be so... President Obama looking at Sebelius to head HHS Posted: 05:00 AM ET From CNN Senior White House Correspondent Ed Henry WASHINGTON (CNN) – In a sign that she is getting a close look for Secretary...
At the top of what has to be one of President Barack Obama's all-time friendliest interviews, Extra correspondent Jerry Penacoli thanked the president for the Affordable Care Act. Seated in the White House Rose Garden, the interviewer declared, "You pretty much saved my finances and my life."
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Talk Radio News Service about the GOP canceling the Iowa straw poll due to a lack of interest by some candidates, new revelations that...Show More Summary
Rumor: Photograph shows Michelle Obama texting at the White House Correspondents' Dinner while other guests have their hands over their hearts.
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about Hillary Clinton taking the gloves off, the G-7 and President Obama’s keeping pressure on Russian President Putin and Chinese hackers getting into U.S. government data bases – again.
Fox Business Network correspondent Charles Gasparino claims a lot of his sources have been talking about Martin O'Malley since the former Maryland governor launched his White House bid on Saturday. And Gasparino says Wall Street is angry with the Democratic presidential candidate. Show More Summary
At some point every presidential candidate has to answer the increasingly irrelevant "did you inhale" question, and thanks to President Obama, that moment came early for Senator Bernie Sanders. At the White House Correspondents' Dinner, Obama joked about Sanders entering the 2016 Democratic primary, saying, "Apparently some folks want to... More »
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about Lindsey Graham’s presidential bid, Rand Paul’s lonely fight against the NSA, protection of Internet threat speech, John Kerry’s spill and the death of Beau Biden.