Snow's funeral is this morning. Here's how I remember him.
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The president's former "body man," Blake Gottesman, is replacing Joe Hagin.
Hours after President Bush vetoed the Medicare bill on Tuesday, both houses of Congress voted overwhelmingly to override his veto.
President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush on Monday afternoon left the White House to visit Tony Snow's widow, Jill, at her Northern Virginia home.
Washington mourns one of the city's most respected and well-liked citizens.
Cheney, Mukasey, McConnell and two ranking Democrats will attend this afternoon at the White House.
The Italian government has complained about a bio of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, included in a White House briefing book given to reporters, that says he is "hated by many."
On the second day of the G8 summit in Japan, the Group of Eight nations issued a statement saying they "do not accept the legitimacy of any government that does not reflect the will of the Zimbabwean people."
President Bush wished upon a special Japanese tree for a "world free from tyranny," during the first day of the G-8 summit Monday.
The White House said DOJ is looking into whether the Supreme Court ruled mistakenly last week on the death penalty for cases of child rape.
President Bush called for a housing bill last August. Today the White House said to Congress, "What's the holdup?"
Dana Perino today said Sen. Lieberman's prediction of a terrorist attack in 2009 "could be right."
The Pakistani ambassador says in an interview that the United States has failed to persuade the Islamic street.
Look for a Bush press conference this week. He's overdue.
U.S. to push at U.N. for arms embargo and travel sanctions on Zimbabwe tyrant's regime.