The White House is the official residence of the United States President, located in Washington, DC. It is also the workplace of the president and his advisors.
The White House has been the residence of every president since John Adams in 1800. It was rebuilt after sustaining significant damage from the British Army in the War of 1812. The term "White House" is often used to refer to the executive branch of the US government. The president works out of the West Wing, built in 1901. Here is a collection of all of DW's content on the White House.
The US Justice Department has asked the Supreme Court to rescind the latest federal ruling against the travel ban. A Hawaii judge expanded the list of family relatives that visa applicants can use to enter the US.
The scandal over Russian meddling is a distraction from the toxic agenda of Trump's White House, says DW's Nancy Isenson. Instead of feeling helpless, the Americans should try to stop Trump and Co. from destroying the country.
Jeff Mason, president of the White House Correspondents' Association, was awarded DW's Freedom of Speech award this year. If anybody knows the ins and outs of the intersection between the media and the Trump Administration, it's Jeff. Worldlink caught up with him to talk about what it's like to be in that "warzone".