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Obama Salutes Warriors Championship RunThe World Champion Golden State Warriors were heralded Thursday by President Barack Obama for their excellence on and off the court.
NBA Champion Warriors To Visit White HouseThe Golden State Warriors will take a trip to the White House this week to celebrate their first NBA championship in 40 years, White House officials announced Monday.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Says Users Should Combat TerrorismA Facebook executive is encouraging social media users to help combat terror in a unique way.
Effort To Boost Super Bowl 50 Safety Earns Recognition From White HouseEfforts by local public and private entities to work together to boost safety in advance of Super Bowl 50 earned recognition from the White House in a statement released Monday.
White House Keeping Close Eye On Lower Lake As Rocky Fire Chews Through 65,000 AcresPresident Barack Obama is asking his aides to stay in close touch with California's governor and other local officials as firefighters tackle the Rocky Fire.
House Passes Bill To Block Funding For Cities That Shield Undocumented Immigrants With Criminal ConvictionsThe House has approved legislation aimed at punishing so-called "sanctuary cities" like San Francisco that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.
White House Threatens To Veto Bill That Would Crack Down On Sanctuary CitiesAn Obama administration statement says the legislation being voted on Thursday would threaten civil rights by allowing law enforcement officials to gather immigration status information from any person at any time.
President Obama Welcomes San Francisco Giants Back To White House To Celebrate World Series Win
President Obama Acknowledges San Franciso State University During Giants' White House VisitPresident Barack Obama praised the World Series champion San Francisco Giants for the team's commitment to helping underserved youth.
Obama Recognizes Giants Hall of Famer, Negro Leagues Legend Monte Irvin During White House VisitBaseball Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, a member of the former New York Giants and the oldest living former Negro Leagues player, was a special guest of the San Francisco Giants during the World Series champions' traditional visit to the White House Thursday.
Giants Becoming Regulars At White House With Third Visit In 5 YearsIt seems like the Giants have been getting more White House invitations than most congressional Republicans during the last few years of the Obama Administration.
Vacaville Man Cited For Flying Drone Near White HouseThe U.S. Park Police have cited the operator of a small drone outside the White House with violating a federal law that prohibits flying unmanned aerial vehicles over Washington.

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