Tag Archives: WHITE HOUSE

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VIDEO: Dinner at the White House: What to Feed a World Leader

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is eating in style during his visit to the White House. On Tuesday night’s menu: Wagyu beef and a California Pinot Noir. Mmmm. Related Videos: VIDEO: Celebrities share their favorite D.C. show VIDEO: W.H. Science Fair Shows Off Student Inventions VIDEO: Obama Can’t Be Bothered by a Bee

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VIDEO: Jerry Seib Previews WSJ Interview With President Obama

President Barack Obama sits down with WSJ’s Jerry Seib on Monday. One hot topic: Obama’s efforts to get “fast track” authority to reach a Pacific trade deal. Photo:AP Related Videos: VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Obama Faces Off With GOP on Climate Agenda VIDEO: Neil King: The Rocky Political Path for a Trade Deal VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Obama’s Political Trade Dilemma

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VIDEO: Celebrities share their favorite D.C. show

Move over D.C., Hollywood is here to play at the White House correspondents’ dinner. Celebrities like Laverne Cox, Gillian Jacobs and Pete Wentz talk about their favorite D.C. shows on the red carpet. Related Videos: VIDEO: Taking a spin at the Post’s WHCD pre-party VIDEO: Cecily Strong on the Secret Service at the WHCD VIDEO: Obama Can’t Be Bothered by a Bee

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VIDEO: Taking a spin at the Post’s WHCD pre-party

Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright and former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich were just two of the big names who tried out the Vine 360 machine at The Washington Post’s White House correspondents’ dinner reception. Related Videos: VIDEO: Celebrities share their favorite D.C. show VIDEO: Nolan Knows: Dick Cheney, EPA, Private Schools, Mandatory Voting VIDEO: Cecily Strong on the Secret Service at the WHCD

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VIDEO: Capital Journal: Rising Tensions Over Yemen War

The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are at odds about how to best end the civil war in Yemen. WSJ Pentagon correspondent Julian Barnes explains. Photo: AP Related Videos: VIDEO: Battle of the Budgets: GOP vs. Obama VIDEO: W.H. Science Fair Shows Off Student Inventions VIDEO: Obama Can’t Be Bothered by a Bee

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VIDEO: Americas Most Haunted Houses

Welcome to the newest episode of Travel Chat! Today were breaking down five of the most haunted houses in America. These houses will be sure to give you a healthy dose of the heeby-jeebies so dont be surprised if you feel the need to check under your bed twice tonight. Related Videos: VIDEO: Top 5 US Art Museums VIDEO: 5 Reasons Why Taylor Swifts Instagram is the Best Instagram VIDEO: Who Is This?

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VIDEO: Jerry Seib: How Hillary’s New Campaign Differs From 2008

In the first week of her campaign, Hillary Clinton demonstrated a low-key approach during her visit to Iowa that was much different from 2008. WSJ Washington Bureau Chief explains. Photo: AP Related Videos: VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Clinton’s Non-Traditional Campaign Strategy VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Sen. Rand Paul Enters the 2016 Ring VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Hillary Clinton’s Reason to Run

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VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Lawmakers Compromise on Iran Deal Review

A bill in Congress allowing lawmakers 30 days to review the Iran nuclear agreement marks a rare example of bipartisan compromise in Washington. WSJ’s Jerry Seib explains. Photo: AP Related Videos: VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Crunch Time for Iran Nuclear Talks VIDEO: Iran, West Reach Nuclear Framework: Analysis VIDEO: Jerry Seib: The Coming Roadblocks for an Iran Deal

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VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Clinton’s Non-Traditional Campaign Strategy

As Hillary Clinton hits the campaign trail for the 2016 presidential race, her name recognition will present her opportunities and obstacles that other candidates won’t face. WSJ’s Jerry Seib explains. Photo: AP Related Videos: VIDEO: Jerry Seib: How Hillary’s New Campaign Differs From 2008 VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Hillary Clinton’s Reason to Run VIDEO: Jerry Seib: Lawmakers Compromise on Iran Deal Review

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