Emily Heil, The Washington Post Published 4:51 am PST, Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Snow falls on the 23rd day of the partial government shutdown at the White House on Jan. 13, 2019 in Washington. Snow falls on the 23rd day of the partial government shutdown at the White House on Jan. 13, 2019 in Washington. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford. Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Snow falls on the 23rd day of the partial government shutdown at the White House on Jan. 13, 2019 in Washington. Snow falls on the 23rd day of the partial government shutdown at the White House on Jan. 13, 2019 in Washington. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford. … [Read more...] about Melania Trump’s office cut in half and White House residence has skeleton crew during shutdown
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Alex N. Gecan Asbury Park Press Published 8:42 AM EST Nov 26, 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. - Three seventh-grade students from the Henry Hudson Regional School, living in the United States on visas, were denied entry to the White House during a class trip, according to a report in the New York Post. To get to the nation's capital, the students and their chaperones had to fight through a nor'easter that took New Jersey's public agencies rather by surprise when the forecast changed to heavier snowfall, according to the Post. The delays were so bad that other events planned for the trip were canceled. According to the Post: The school was required to submit a list of visitors to the White House visitors office. Three students did not have "their passports or other identification required for non-US citizens" and Secret Service agents stopped them. White house visitors receive a "boarding pass" ahead of their visits. The passes spell out certain rules, including a requirement that … [Read more...] about Henry Hudson visa students barred from White House visit: Report
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Supported by Sports By KEN BELSON and MICHAEL D. SHEARAPRIL 23, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story Springtime in Washington usually brings the blooming of cherry blossom trees and a White House visit from the Super Bowl champions. Peak bloom happened weeks ago, but there’s still no sign of the Philadelphia Eagles, the N.F.L.’s current titleholders.Nearly three months after they won their first Super Bowl title, the Eagles have not announced details of a White House visit, raising questions about whether many members of the team, which has one of the most liberal owners in the N.F.L. and several prominent players who have said they oppose President Trump’s policies, want to be seen shaking hands with the president.A visit is being planned, a White House spokeswoman said on Monday.“We have been in conversations with the Eagles about timing and are working with them to make it happen,” said Sarah … [Read more...] about When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?