Lawmakers of both parties want White House social secretary Desiree Rogers to appear before Congress. White House refusal amounts to ‘stonewalling,’ some say.
Tareq and Michaele Saheli, the White House gate-crashers, wanted a reality TV show. Now, they find their lives under intense media scrutiny.
The couple who allegedly crashed the White House state dinner last week, Tareq and Michaele Salahi, have been invited to testify Thursday before the House Homeland Security Committee. They'd also like to appear on the 'Today' show again.
On the heels of ‘Balloon Boy,’ the White House party crashers reveal that all the world is an episode of ‘Punk’d’.
Facebook removed a poll Monday asking if President Obama should be assassinated. The Secret Service is investigating this and other potential threats, which have grown as Obama pushes healthcare reform.
The Facebook poll is just one of many examples of increasing vitriol and threats against Obama and the government.
Security tight at G20 meeting in Pittsburgh.