Lots of rich people.
It's said the chef has been tapped to cook at a state dinner.
The First Family loves pie made by Bill Yosses, the White House pastry chef.
The White House's war with the network is over now, right?
"In my lifetime, I'd never have expected to see something like a Glenn Ligon 1992 text painting, based on a line in the 1961 book 'Black Like Me,' hanging in the living quarters of the White House."
Marion Nestle doesn't think so.
Also, the White House staff doesn't earn that much, but their quality of life probably isn't too shabby.
Reporters and congressman forget their troubles at the White House luau.
The puff-piece half of the network's two-part special gets a boost from the First Family's fluffiest new member.
The dissident lenders attempting to block the sale of Chrysler's assets to Italy have given up.
But people still had one, all over the country. Just not as many as Fox News hoped.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon gets hassled by White House security.