President Obama promised the most open and transparent administration in history. But his own White House Web site shows that it's not always easy to translate campaign promises into reality.
When President Bush took office in January 2001, his version of Whitehouse.gov had some problems upon launch. In January 2009, so did President Obama's official Web site.
Given the U.S. federal government's widespread adoption of open source, the amazing thing is that it took so long.
Change didn't just come to 1600 Pennsylvania but also to Whitehouse.gov. CBS and CNET tech analyst and CNET chief political correspondent Declan McCullagh talk about how the site is changing and what it promises.
The program is part of the White House's ConnnectED initiative, which will provide access to low-income students.
The companies are providing education tools, devices, and wireless service as part of President Obama's ConnectEd initiative.
A fan of the late, lamented game wants the White House to order its return. But only a few signatures have popped up on the petition so far.
The veep will join social-media guru Guy Kawasaki and others in a Hangout to discuss ways to reduce gun violence.
We the People platform quadruples the number of signatures required on petitions before they merit the Obama Administration's attention.
If approved by Congress, the legislation would keep phone records in the hands of phone companies and not with the NSA.