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.
In a court document, the government said it may need 24 months to review 47,000 cases of children separated from their parents at the border. At least 2,700 children are still waiting to be reunited.
NATO's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg met with US President Donald Trump in the White House during the week as part of the alliance's birthday celebrations. Germany's contributions to NATO were a point of discussion. Keith Walker speaks with DW's political and security correspondent, Thomas Sparrow, and begins by asking him about Germany's defense spending.