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Over the years, we've produced special pages to highlight White House traditions and customs or to better organize our web site. Here are a few of those pages.
Click here to watch videos of the President's speeches, events, and meetings.
Take a video tour of the White House and the West Wing.
Watch, read, and learn more about the President's Annual State of the Union Address.
Listen to interviews by Bush Administration Officials here.
Learn more about the White House's Annual Easter Egg Roll that has been ongoing since 1872.
Celebrate our Nation's Birthday at the White House with speeches, photos, and fireworks.
Check out of the fun stories of the "haunted" White House. Click here for more.
Learn about the history of the annual turkey pardoning at the White House.
View and learn more about the beautiful Holiday Decorations at the White House.
Like games, quizzes, and photos of Presidential pets? Kids, this is your site.
What's new with the President's Scottish Terrier? Click here to find out.
Little Leaguers have joined the President on the South Lawn for the past five summers to play their favorite sport, Tee-Ball.
President George W. Bush was sworn-in as President of the United States for a second term January 20, 2005.
Mrs. Laura Bush chose three American designers to create gowns and suits for the events celebrating the Inauguration.
President Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States and served from 1981 - 1989.
Gerald Ford
President Gerald R. Ford was the 38th President of the United States and served from 1974 - 1977.
President Bush delivered remarks to thousands of veterans at the National World War II Memorial.
Click here to view photos of the President and life at the White House.
Roland Mesnier, the Executive Pastry Chef at the White House for the past 25 years, discussed his favorite desserts.
Learn more about President's and America's favorite pastime at the White House.
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Test your knowledge about the White House and the President's Administration.
Challenge yourself to Math Problems for all ages, from kids to adults.