Every Thanksgiving since 1989, the president of the U.S. has given an official pardon to a turkey, sparing the gobbler from ending up on a silver platter. This year, President Barack Obama is letting Facebook users decide which turkey will be pardoned Wednesday: Gobbler or Cobbler.
President Barack Obama touched on a wide range of subjects in an effort to court young voters Friday in a live interview with MTV from the White House, called “Ask Obama Live: An Interview with the President.”
Facebook Director of Engineering Jocelyn Goldfein will participate in a White House Council on Women and Girls panel at the White House Tuesday featuring trailblazing women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields.
The White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy has achieved a three percent engagement rate on a page that asks U.S. teenagers to resist peer pressure to use drugs and alcohol.
President Barack Obama can still stand to learn a thing or two about social media, suggests a guest writer from ShortStack.
A virtual march on our state capital, via Facebook, is set to begin on Wednesday, organized by veterans who are up in arms about possible compensation and benefits cuts.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister is touring Facebook and befriending Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg.
The White House asked its fans how to improve on social media outreach; half of the respondents are over the age of 50. Surprising?
As the beginning of the holiday weekend comes closer, the frequency of Facebook posts concerning Memorial Day increases in pace.
Should the government archive even the personal Facebook accounts of White House staff?