White House Condemns Assad Over Aleppo AttacksWhite House condemns the Syrian government over its recent air raids on Aleppo that have left more than 300 dead.
White House: No Immediate Plans to Release PollardPresident Obama has no immediate plans to release Pollard, despite revelations about U.S. spying on Israel, say White House officials.
White House: We Collect Information Like OthersWhite House won't respond to reports that the NSA spied on Olmert and Barak. Israeli officials: We weren't surprised.
Obama Threatens Veto on New Iran SanctionsWhite House threatened to use its veto power against legislation that would impose new sanctions on Iran.
Rice Hosts Israeli Delegation for Talks on IranWhite House says that Obama's national security adviser hosted meetings with Israeli officials to talk about the deal with Iran.
Report: U.S. May Let Iran Continue EnrichingThe White House is examining ways to enable Iran to have its own “domestic” uranium enrichment program.
White House: No New SanctionsWhite House: Passing new sanctions on Iran, even with a delayed launch date, would give Iran an excuse to undermine the interim deal.
Liberman to Meet with Kerry in WashingtonFM flying to US this week after talks resume with PA, as polls show Israeli confidence in US relationship plummeting.
Iran: US Fact Sheet Lies About DealIranian officials accuse White House fact sheet on nuclear deal of being 'one-sided,' misleading and 'not true.'
Kerry: New Sanctions Are a 'Mistake'White House, State Department warn lawmakers that toughening the sanctions on Iran at this time would be wrong and lead to war.
White House: Bibi's Criticism 'Premature'The United States rejects Israel’s criticism of a proposed deal with Iran over its nuclear program, says "there is no deal" yet.
U.S.: Iran Showed 'Seriousness' in Geneva TalksIran showed a greater level of "seriousness and substance" in nuclear talks, says White House spokesman.
White House: Sanctions Are Affected by ShutdownU.S. efforts to pressure Iran, Syria and others are inhibited by the government shutdown, says White House press secretary.
White House to Support Retroactive PayWhite House says it will support legislation that would retroactively pay federal workers who have been furloughed due to the shutdown.
US 'Understand's Israeli Skepticism on Iran'Jay Carney, White House Press Secretary responds to Netanyahu's warnings to Iran at the UN.
U.S.: Report Proves Assad Used ChemicalsSusan Rice: UN report reinforces our assessment that the Syrian regime was behind the chemical attack.
Man Throws Firecrackers at White HouseThe White House was locked down after a man threw firecrackers over the outer fence, hours after Washington gun massacre.
White House: Syria Intervention Will be LimitedThe U.S. is looking at a response to Syrian use of chemical weapons that is "very discrete and limited", says White House spokesperson.
U.S. Denies Aid to Egypt Was Cut OffMedia reports suggesting that the United States has cut aid to Egypt are inaccurate, says White House spokesman.
U.S. Slams Turkish Prime MinisterAfter Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan made comments about Israel's connection in Morsi's ousting, The White House quickly reprimands him.
U.S.: If Iran is Serious, We're a Willing PartnerIran will find the United States a "willing partner" if Rouhani is prepared for serious talks on its nuclear program, says the White House.
Top U.S. Officials Meet Over Al-Qaeda ThreatTop U.S. officials are reviewing the threat of a terrorist attack that has led to the weekend closure of 21 U.S. embassies and consulates.
Jimmy Carter Taking 'Private Trip' to North KoreaWhite House seeks to distance itself from former President Carter's plans to travel to North Korea, calling it a “private trip.”
White House Condemns Egypt ViolenceThe White House condemned the bloodshed and violence in Egypt, but took no steps to suspend military assistance to the country.
Helen Thomas Dies, Aged 92The veteran journalist who ended her career with an anti-Semitic tirade died at 92
U.S.: Don't Give Snowden a 'Propaganda Platform'Letting Snowden stay in Russia is counter to the government's previous declarations, says White House spokesman.
Russia Accuses Syrian Rebels of Using Sarin GasRussia's UN envoy says he handed over evidence which indicates that the rebels used sarin gas in March. White House skeptical.
White House Cautious on EgyptWhite House spokesman says the U.S. needs to review what happened in Egypt, when asked if Obama sees the regime change as a coup.
White House Hosts Israel-Hating Radical MuslimWhite House officials met this month with Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah, a deputy of radical Egyptian cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi.
Iran's President Can Find a Partner in the U.S.Iran's new president will find a partner in the U.S. if he comes clean on the nuclear program, says Obama's Chief of Staff.
White House: No Plans for No-Fly Zone Over SyriaWhite House says a no-fly zone over Syria would be more difficult to set up than it was in Libya.
Letter to White House Being Tested for RicinA suspicious letter addressed to the White House and "similar" to one sent to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been intercepted.
Israel to Build in Jerusalem, U.S. AngryAn official in the White House reacts angrily to news report that Israel approves construction of 300 new homes in Jerusalem.
U.S.: Much Work Needed on SyriaWhite House spokesman Jay Carney says “much more” work needs to be done to verify assessments that Syria used chemical weapons.
Obama Waiting for 'Facts' About Chemical WeaponsObama is awaiting a “definitive judgment” on whether the Syrian regime used chemical weapons, the White House says.
White House on Syria: 'All Options on the Table'A senior White House official says "all options are on the table" should use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime be confirmed.
U.S. Not Yet Sure About Assad's Use of ChemicalsThe United States has not yet concluded that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime used chemical weapons, says the White House.
Hackers Break Into AP's Twitter AccountHackers who broke into the Twitter account of the Associated Press posted an erroneous treat about explosions at the White House.
U.S. 'Won't be Surprised' if NK Launches a MissileWhite House press secretary says the American administration would not be surprised if North Korea launches a missile.
Obama Will Come to Israel Even Without CoalitionObama will travel to Israel even if Netanyahu has not completed the job of forming his new coalition, the White House says.
Erdogan's Statements Offensive and WrongThe White House condemns the remarks made by Turkish Prime Minister who compared Zionism with fascism in a public address.
White House to Combat Int'l Cyber SpiesThe White House is worrying about the rise of cybertheft at the highest levels of government, the role played by China’s military.
White House Defends Immigration ReformThe White House defended its work on immigration reform after a plan leaked to the media was panned as "half-baked and seriously flawed."
Obama Won't Present New Peace InitiativePresident Barack Obama’s upcoming visit to Israel is not meant at presenting a new proposal for peace talks, the White House clarifies.
Obama Picks Female Business Executive for InteriorObama to nominate business executive Sally Jewell as Interior secretary, in attempt to deflect criticism from lack of diversity in Cabinet.
Hagel Seemed 'Unimpressive and Unprepared'Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says Chuck Hagel seemed “unimpressive and unprepared” during his confirmation hearings.
White House: Ankara Bombing a Terror Attack"A suicide bombing on the perimeter of an embassy is by definition an act of terror," says White House spokesman Jay Carney.
White House Falters on Legitimacy of IranJust hours after Hagel's testimony, White House press secretary Jay Carney faltered regarding legitimacy of Iranian government.
White House Warns Syria after Syria Warns IsraelSyria said that it reserves the right to retaliate to alleged Israeli air strike on a military research center.
U.S. Officials Silent on Airstrike in SyriaWhite House, State Department refuse to comment when asked whether Israel had carried out an airstrike in Syria.
U.S. Doesn't Believe Reports of Fordow Explosion"We have no information to confirm" that an explosion at the Iranian Fordow nuclear plant took place, says White House Spokesman.
Obama Sworn In; Concern in IsraelU.S. President Barack Obama was sworn in Sunday to a second term, which Israelis view with foreboding.
Report: White House 'Concerned' About BennettThe White House is closely following the Israeli elections and is "concerned" over the growing strength of the Jewish Home.
Video: Obama Welcomes Menorah Hit By SandyObama paid tribute to victims of Hurricane Sandy by welcoming a menorah that had managed to survive the devastation.
U.S. Condemns Decision to Approve ConstructionWhite House says Israel's decision to build 3,000 new homes in Jerusalem makes resuming peace talks harder.
Special Thanksgiving for Sandy SurvivorsThis year, the American holiday of Thanksgiving has special significance for some survivors of Hurricane Sandy.
Change in Tide of International Opinion - For NowAs Iran urges Arab nations to send military aid to Gaza to increase its attacks on Israel, Western leaders plainly condemn the terrorism.