Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a state visit to the White House this week to meet with President Obama and the First Lady. During the welcome ceremony on the South Lawn Tuesday, Obama took a moment to express his gratitude to...Show More Summary
The White House is hosting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe tonight for a State dinner, and Obama welcomed him Tuesday morning with a ceremony on the south lawn. In addition to a 19-gun salute and the playing of both the Japanese and U.S. national anthems, Obama also gave a nice... More »
President Obama with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan during an arrival ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House.
This week, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits the United States. On Tuesday, April 28, President Obama will welcome Prime Minister Abe with an arrival ceremony on the White House South Lawn. Arrival ceremonies began during President John F.
Just call him the Commander-in-Puns. President Barack Obama welcomed the New England Patriots on the South Lawn of the White House on Thursday, April 23, to celebrate the team's victory at the 2015 Super Bowl. Of course, this was the...Show More Summary
Watch on YouTube Today, President Obama welcomed the 2015 Super Bowl Champions, the New England Patriots, to the South Lawn of the White House to celebrate their 2015 NFL championship. The event this afternoon honored the NFL champions...Show More Summary
Watch on YouTube This afternoon, President Obama welcomed 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick and the Stewart-Haas Racing Team on the White House South Lawn. The event continued the President’s tradition of honoringShow More Summary
President Obama and the First Lady welcomed more than 35,000 guests to the South Lawn of the White House for the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll. This year’s theme was #GimmeFive to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama put politics on the back burner for a fun time on Monday. Joined by First Lady Michelle Obama, the president kicked off the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll on a balcony overlooking the South Lawn. DespiteShow More Summary
Small children crowded the South Lawn of the White House on Monday for the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll hosted by President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. This year's theme was #GimmeFive, encouraging children to be active and celebrating the fifth anniversary of the first lady's Let's Move initiative. Show More Summary
The President and First Lady are hosting the 137th annual Easter Egg Roll today, a White House tradition full of music and activities. Throughout the day, more than 35,000 visitors will pass through the South Lawn and have the opportunity...Show More Summary
Today, the President and First Lady will host more than 35,000 people at the 137th-annual White House Easter Egg Roll. And, we’re excited to bring you new ways to experience the fun of the South Lawn from anywhere. For the first time...Show More Summary
About 35,000 children, their parents, musical performers and celebrity guests are expected to descend upon the South Lawn of the White House on Monday for the 137th Easter Egg Roll. Families from across the nation are invited to the all-day event hosted by President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. Show More Summary
The White House will host its annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn this Sunday. There will be hundreds of guests. Thousands of eggs. And one very, very creepy-looking giant bunny. This guy. What makes the bunny so creepy? Maybe it's the perma-smile. The wide, unseeing eyes. Or maybe it's the fact that he […]
On Monday, April 6, 2015 President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll, a historic White House South Lawn celebration featuring games, sports and fitness zones, cooking demonstrations,...Show More Summary
The South Lawn fountain was turned green on Tuesday before a meeting between President Obama and Prime Minister Enda Kenny of Ireland.
The White House was beset by more security woes on Saturday morning, as a loud noise was heard from the South Lawn, prompting an immediate lockdown, Reuters reports. The incident occurred shortly before President Obama and his family were due to leave the premises by helicopter – although they had not yet exited the building. Show More Summary
The White House was put on lockdown on Saturday after a loud noise was heard on the South Lawn just as President Barack Obama and his family were about to fly off in a helicopter to an event in Selma, a White House pool report said on Saturday, Reuters reported.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House was put on lockdown on Saturday after a loud noise was heard on the South Lawn moments before President Barack Obama and his family were due to take off by helicopter, a White House pool report said on Saturday. Show More Summary
The people hanging out in and around the White House got quite a scare on Saturday morning, when a "loud noise" caused the building to be put on lockdown. Reuters reports that the noise was heard as the press stood on the South Lawn, waiting for President Obama and his... More »