White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs steps down from the post Friday, after two years as President Barack Obama's top spokesman.
President Barack Obama's spokesman listed Wednesday specific steps the Egyptian government needs to take to satisfy the demands of protesters convulsing the country.
President Barack Obama and Republican leaders in the House agreed Wednesday that their lunch meeting at the White House yielded some common ground.
The administration continues to push for lasting change in Egypt and rebuts comments made by Egyptian VP Omar Suleiman.
President Barack Obama's spokesman criticized the Egyptian government on Tuesday for arresting and harassing journalists and rights activists, and called comments by Vice President Omar Suleiman that Egypt is not ready for democracy "particularly unhelpful."
Egypt faces a "bumpy" process in its transition from decades of repressive rule to a multiparty democracy, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday in signaling U.S. backing for a more deliberate approach to political negotiations.
W.H. Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says they are monitoring the situation in Egypt very closely and are deeply concerned.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs discusses the United States' contact with Egypt during the demonstrations.
The United States will review its aid to Egypt based on protests and the government's response, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Friday.
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail to the international stage, there's always something that gets a laugh or a second glance.
CNN's Dan Lothian reports on White House spokesman Robert Gibbs' move to the private sector.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says it's been a "remarkable privilege" to be President Barack Obama's top spokesman, "even when you wake up at 4 and pick up the paper and groan."
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs talks about the role Republicans need to play in 2011.
Chinese President Hu Jintao will make a state visit to the White House on January 19, including a state dinner that night, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs announced Wednesday.
Senate debate on a new nuclear arms treaty with Russia intensified Monday, with Democratic supporters touting the backing of military leaders for the pact while Republican opponents used to Cold War terminology to portray it as a threat to national security.
A review of the war in Afghanistan coming out this week won't change current plans to start withdrawing some U.S. troops in July, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs indicated Tuesday.
President Barack Obama will remain in Washington for as long as Congress stays in session, and that likely means later than the scheduled start of his Christmas break, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday.
The Senate will ratify a new arms control treaty with Russia this year, staying in session however long it takes to get it done, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs insisted on Friday.
CNN's Susan Candiotti looks at a movement to opt out of TSA body scanners on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
Airport security policies "have to evolve" to ensure the safety of passengers while minimizing invasive procedures such as enhanced pat downs, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday.
Saudi Arabia played a key role in providing intelligence that led to the interception of suspicious packages in at least two locations abroad that were bound for the United States -- including the packages' tracking numbers -- officials said Friday.
President Obama has directed U.S. intelligence, law and Homeland Security agencies to take steps to ensure American safety and determine whether the suspicious package threat is part of terrorist plotting.
Facing the certainty of fewer Democrats in Congress, President Barack Obama will focus on strengthening the economy and trying to ensure its future stability, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Sunday.
The Obama administration is expected to appeal as soon as Wednesday a federal judge's ruling that halted the Defense Department from enforcing its policy that bars openly gay people from military service, according to senior administration officials familiar with the government's plans.
Groups spending millions on campaign ads against Democrats without having to reveal their donors were supplanting the Republican National Committee and threatening American democracy, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday.
An independent commission says the Obama administration vastly underestimated the size of the Gulf oil spill.
The Obama administration made public all information available throughout the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Thursday in response to a preliminary report that criticized how it handled the disaster.
President Obama won't sign a bill that could have made it easier for courts to clear foreclosures, the White House said Thursday.
Close to a million insured workers will lose out on a significant bump in insurance coverage promised by health reform next year.
A Florida church's plan to burn copies of the Quran on the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks is a "monumentally terrible idea," White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Thursday.
The one really big question hanging over President Obama's weekend vacation to Panama City, Florida, now has an answer.
There's really only one big question hanging over President Obama's weekend vacation to Panama City, Florida: Will he or won't he dive into the water to send a message that the Gulf Coast is back?
President Barack Obama will visit New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 29 to help mark the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs announced Friday.
CNN's Larry King talks to the founder of WikiLeaks about documents he says reveal evidence of war crimes in Afghanistan.
As his website sparks debate about classified information and what the public should know, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talked to Larry King Monday night about the more than 75,000 documents his site recently made public reportedly detailing U.S. war efforts in Afghanistan.
Obama press secretary Robert Gibbs clarifies recent comments about Democrats' chances in November midterm elections.
House Democratic leaders met with President Barack Obama on Wednesday night to discuss legislative priorities in the run-up to the November mid-term election, but one topic was bypassed -- the weekend assessment by White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs that Republicans could win back the chamber.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs Wednesday sought to deflect suggestions that former President Bill Clinton is a friendlier bridge to the business community than President Barack Obama.
An FBI team is assisting in the investigation of the Uganda bombings, government officials said Monday.
President Obama speaks at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
It was my first chance to spend some quality time at dinner with First Lady Michelle Obama, so I decided to do what my pal Ali Velshi would probably do in the same situation: get her hooked on Twitter.
President Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday signed a major nuclear arms control agreement that reduces the nuclear stockpiles of both nations.
After "troubling" remarks from the Afghan leader, the White House weighs whether to cancel his meeting with Pres. Obama.
AT&T said Friday it will take a non-cash charge of about $1 billion for the current quarter in anticipation of costs resulting from the health care reform measure signed into law this week by President Obama.
Activists ratcheted up the pressure for health care reform Tuesday, picketing in front of a hotel where a group of insurance industry leaders were meeting.
Former presidential candidate Howard Dean joined activist during a health care reform rally in Washington.
President Obama is likely to lay out a political road map Wednesday for passage of sweeping health care legislation, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday.
The House voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to repeal the antitrust exemption currently granted to health insurance companies.
President Obama strongly supports a repeal of the antitrust exemption currently granted to health insurance companies, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs discusses whether his tweets are governed by the Presidential Records Act.
Soon after White House press secretary Robert Gibbs joined Twitter, he was already getting caught up in a race to amass as many followers as reality TV star and notorious tweeter Kim Kardashian.
Several senators announced legislation Tuesday that would cut off funding for the federal trial of alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four accused accomplices, saying the five should be tried in a military court.
No decision has been made on whether to change the current plan to hold the September 11 terrorist attack trial in a civilian court in lower Manhattan, White House officials said Sunday.
Just what we need out of Washington: More wind.
Rep. Ron Paul joins CNN's Larry King to discuss whether the $787 billion economic stimulus was worthwhile, or a waste.
The message from voters in Massachusetts has Democrats reassessing their next steps as they balance the risks of an election year with an agenda they can no longer push through on their own.
What does the Republican Senate victory in Massachusetts mean for Congressional Democrats?
The bailed-out banks are bracing for their paydays in the form of bonuses as well as the outrage among Americans.
CNN's Anderson Cooper examines who is most to blame for security failures surrounding the airliner bomb plot.
The initial report ordered by President Obama on the failed Christmas Day terrorist attack will be released Thursday, Obama's spokesman said Wednesday.
The FBI attained "actionable intelligence" from bombing suspect Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab in the first hours after his arrest on Christmas Day, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Tuesday.
Britain's home secretary says the country is stepping up airport security in the wake of what happened on Christmas.
President Obama has ordered a review of security screening processes after Friday's botched terror attack on a U.S. airliner, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Sunday.
The White House says a review has been ordered of airport security procedures.
Actress and activist Daryl Hannah discusses ways she lives an environmentally responsible lifestyle.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday warned participants in the climate change conference in Copenhagen that they are "running out of time" to reach an agreement on what to do about global warming.
President Obama will travel to Copenhagen, Denmark, Thursday evening to attend the U.N. Climate Conference as planned, despite growing uncertainty on whether the talks will lead to an agreement, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said.
CNN questions Robert Gibbs on the Obama administration policy of not sending condolence letters to some military families.
The White House says its review of a long-standing policy not to send condolence letters to the families of military suicide victims should "hopefully" conclude "shortly."
President Obama met with his top officials in Afghanistan on Monday to reiterate what is needed for the success of the troop surge he ordered, while the Pentagon announced the first U.S. forces in the surge will deploy later this month.
White House social secretary Desiree Rogers will not be testifying at Thursday's congressional hearing about the recent White House security breach, Robert Gibbs said Wednesday.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux has the latest on the president's decision on Afghan troop levels ahead of his Tuesday night announcement
President Obama has informed several top diplomatic and military officials about his decision regarding new U.S. strategy and troop levels in Afghanistan, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday.
Asked about the president's pending decision on Afghan strategy, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs, in a briefing Tuesday aboard Air Force One, mocked conflicting media reports.
Spokesman, adviser and friend to President Obama, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs tells CNN's Dan Lothian about his job.
In the tight circle that surrounds President Obama, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs is in the inner bubble.
Robert Gibbs says President Obama "is not raising taxes" on those making less than $250,000 a year.
The White House shot down concerns Monday that middle-class families may face a tax increase in order to combat rising deficits and a struggling economy.
The "cash for clunkers" automobile program will continue through the weekend, despite fears it's running low on funds.
The popular "cash for clunkers" program will continue at least through this weekend, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Friday.
On April 20, President Obama challenged his Cabinet to cut $100 million in spending over the next 90 days.
Images of Iran's crackdown on street protests have "moved" President Obama, his spokesman said Monday.
When the legendary journalist Helen Thomas was poking White House spokesman Robert Gibbs in the briefing room earlier this week, the topic was gun control, as she demanded in her over-the-top style to know why President Obama backs away from everything these days.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs launched a sarcastic barb at former Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday, but then the Obama administration spokesman pulled back a bit as he acknowledged the "seriousness" of the subject -- terrorism.
Robert Gibbs takes a swipe at former VP Cheney during a CNN interview about making the country less safe.
A leading contender to serve as the top deputy to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is no longer under consideration for the post, as 17 top jobs at the department remain unfilled in the middle of the financial crisis.
What does it mean to nationalize a bank, anyway?
The Dow industrials ended at a fresh six-year low Friday, as worries about the outlook for the banking sector exacerbated fears of a prolonged recession.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer interviews a CNN panel on what the stimulus means after a tentative agreement on the bill.
U.S. senators began debate on a massive economic-recovery package Friday evening, after a working coalition of Democrats and some Republicans reached a compromise that trimmed billions in spending from an earlier version.
All this week, we're focusing on President Obama's promise of transparency and accountability and to that end, we applaud his announcement today of a pay cap for corporate CEO's taking bailout money.
CNN's Campbell Brown says the Obama adminstration should make CEOs who abuse bailout money accountable for their actions.
Bank stocks took a nosedive Friday, as investors worried about dour economic data and questions about how soon aid for the financial sector will arrive.
The Obama administration says shutting down the prison at Guantanamo will 'enhance the security' of Americans.
In his first official briefing for journalists since the inauguration, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Thursday that President Obama is now receiving a daily economic briefing, similar to the daily intelligence briefing presidents have received for decades.
Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs talks with CNN's Kyra Phillips about the secret meeting.
What seemed to be a routine evening waiting for Barack Obama aboard his campaign plane turned into anything but when the cabin doors closed and the passengers were informed the aircraft would be taking off immediately -- without the candidate.