white house reporters

The Washington Post's Paul Farhi reported Tuesday that the Obama administration dishes out scoops and manipulates the media
This is not your Father's White House Correspondents' Association. This one has teeth! Under the leadership of President Christi Parsons and her Board, there is no hesitation about taking on the President and his staff.
White House journalists are creating an alternative system for distributing their media “pool” reports in response to the
From the Washington Post: The solution? Cut the White House out of the process and have the WHCA distribute the report itself
Earnest said in a press briefing Tuesday that the limited access was due to the President's "busy schedule" and an inability
(h/t Politico) Earnest attributed the move to Obama's "busy schedule" and said that "we weren’t able to accommodate TV cameras
Help! As if to confirm that the White House beat is nothing but a hellscape designed to drive even the jolliest person into
White House reporters are riled up about restrictions placed on photos of President Obama, and they made no effort to hide it at Thursday's press briefing.
Politico reported that Earnest argued the administration was using new technologies to increase access to the president, which
A typical Earnest answer: "No." Suffice to say, he gave little away. "The United States, when given the heads up, just said