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Washington is gearing up for the biggest weekend in town, and no it's not a political rally. It's the White House Correspondent's Dinner.
In a Q&A with Poynter, published Friday, Parsons said that this transparency is still her goal. She noted that the WHCA board
White House journalists are creating an alternative system for distributing their media “pool” reports in response to the
In a rare move, President Obama held an off-the-record with reporters on Monday. The attendees and discussion were not reported
Woodward and Sperling eventually made amends by way of Sunday public affair shows. Obama went on to mention Mother Jones
"Well, I'm just trying to clarify your question," Obama said. "It sounds like you're saying this is a Republican problem
The administration's drone program has also raised concerns about transparency. On Sunday, former Obama press secretary Robert
According to a much-discussed recent report in Politico, members of the press are frustrated by their lack of face time with President Barack Obama.
President Obama speaks to reporters off the record, a day after White House press corps expressed "frustration" with their lack of access.
The numbers: It's the second study of Kumar's in a year to look at Obama's fairly distant relationship to the White House
Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy On Thursday's "Hardball," Chris Matthews played
"That reporters are being punished for disclosing information that has been publicly available for years is nothing short
No one's opened up a new frontier of journalistic atrabiliousness as CBS' News Dean Reynolds, who took to CBS's "From The Road" blog to throw a pity party, celebrating his own diva-ish distemper.