commentary Even if the Obama administration mollifies angry photojournalists, the news media now has to earn its place alongside direct communications through Twitter and Facebook.
Already hip to Twitter's Vine, President Obama's administration has embraced Facebook's service for sharing photos and videos.
The veep will join social-media guru Guy Kawasaki and others in a Hangout to discuss ways to reduce gun violence.
Twitter may not be able to easily monetize Twitter diplomacy, but it's emblematic of how much influence 140 characters and broadcasting across the Internet can have.
The president answers a few (carefully selected) questions during the digital session. No word on whether the political opposition is moved to change its position.
Each year, the president picks a national turkey. This year, President Obama is letting Facebook users choose between Cobbler and Gobbler. But don't worry, the loser won't be anyone's dinner.
In a Google+ Hangout, the president says entrepreneurs need more protection against people who try to "extort" them.
President Barack Obama is holding a fireside chat on Google+ tomorrow to answer questions from the public.
We the civic hackers: The White House releases the source code for the "We the People" online petitions platform.
Moviemaking's in the news right now, and one theater that harks back to the "Golden Age of Cinema" resides inside the walls of the White House.