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Republicans and Democrats are trying to figure out how McCain will vote on the bailout.
Economic conditions cause Congress to weigh another stimulus.
White House chiefs of staff emphasize governing over partisanship for the future president.
With diminished access and interest, news organizations curtail presidential "pool reports."
Ex-Press Secretary Scott McClellan is scheduled to testify before House panel on Friday.
The roses are blooming again in the White House Rose Garden, a tribute to former first lady Edith Wilson, who renovated former first lady Edith Roosevelt's garden off the Oval Office into the Rose Garden.
Nextel phone sales teams take note: The U.S. Secret Service might be interested in your chirping radios.
Thousands gather on White House lawn and Washington streets to wish pope a happy birthday.
When the U-Haul pulls up to the North Portico of the White House on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, 2008, that ringing sound from the neighboring Treasury Department will be the national cash register keying up the whopping tab for swapping out presidents.
Jackie Kennedy got all the press, but Mamie Eisenhower beat her to the title of White House style queen.