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.
Omarosa Manigault Newman said she "would not be silenced" by the US president's threats or legal action. The White House did not deny the existence of a tape of Trump using the 'n-word,' as Manigault claimed.
More trouble for Donald Trump — a new book by former aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman describes the US president as racist and misogynist. The former Apprentice contestant also made a secret recording of her firing.
A white supremacist rally outside the White House a year after the deadly extremist march in Charlottesville has drawn only a few dozen supporters. The event was overshadowed by thousands of chanting counter-protesters.
According to US media reports, the Trump administration is on the brink of announcing a 25 percent tariff rate on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. That would represent a drastic escalation of the US-China trade spat.
Donald Trump has marked Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte's White House visit by praising the Italian government's increasingly hardline approach to migration. Both leaders reaffirmed their ideological similarities.
The White House lobbed strong words of warning at its NATO ally over Andrew Brunson, but the Turkish government showed it could play ball, too. Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government said that "no one dictates to Turkey."
Trump reversed his policy of separating children from their parents at the border, but his tough immigration stance endures. The White House newly pushed back against critics who say his latest call is unconstitutional.