Monday, February 25, 2013
President Obama, Vice President Biden, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden addressed the National Governors Association during their visit to the White House, Monday.
The National Governors Association met over the weekend for their annual retreat.
Monday, February 25, 2013 at 3:24pm (ET)
In this second of a two-part visit to the official historical society of the state of California, we learn about the history San Francisco through a selection of photographs, documents, artifacts, and archival films.
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In this first of a two-part visit to the official historical society of the state of California, we explore the history of the waters and ports of San Francisco in the exhibit, "Curating the Bay."
This filmed record of the state funeral of President Kennedy was recorded and edited by the Naval Photographic Center. Scenes with natural sound of the events from Nov. 23 -25, 1963 are accompanied by audio of the funeral service, including music and speeches.
This 1963 Naval Photographic Center production "The Last Two Days" documents President Kennedy's final hours in color film as he travels to Texas and visits San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas. The program ends with a live radio report of the assassination and the swearing in of Vice President Johnson in an audio recording on Air Force One.
The National Press Club holds a news conference to discuss how the new healthcare laws are taking shape in the states during a Newsmakers' event titled "Obamacare on the Ground."
DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano addressed cybersecurity issues at a joint hearing of the Senate Commerce Commmittee and the Senate Homeland Security Committee.
At a ceremony at the Interior Department, President Obama signs the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). The Vice President, who was the author of the original bill while he was in the senate, also delivers remarks.
President Obama met with his cabinet at the White House, including newly approved Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. The president spoke briefly to the press about the impact of sequestration budget cuts and his priorities on immigration and gun violence.
Pres. Obama announced at the White House this morning the people he will nominate to be Energy Secretary, the EPA Administrator and the new head of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Following a meeting with Congressional leaders, President Obama holds a news briefing at the White House.