The White House Task Force on New Americans launches the “Stand Stronger” Citizenship Awareness Campaign to raise awareness on U.S. citizenship.
The White House Task Force on New Americans launched the “Stand Stronger” Citizenship Awareness Campaign. The goal of the Campaign is to raise awareness about the rights, responsibilities, and importance of U.S. citizenship and to provide more information on the naturalization process, along with new tools and resources to prepare for it.
U.S. Chief Data Scientist D.J. Patil shares why he’s proud to see people across the country standing up for innovation and intellectual curiosity today, and the President weighs in.
Seven years after the financial crisis, check out these charts to see how President Obama’s policy decisions helped America narrowly avoid another Great Depression.
This week, the President marked the 14th anniversary of 9/11, met with troops around the world at a multimedia town hall at Fort Meade, crashed a back-to-school bus tour in Iowa, sat down with esteemed author Marilynne Robinson, and hosted Connecticut Huskies, Spanish royalty, and genuine American heroes at the White House. That’s September 11th to September 17th, or “FAFSA! (fafsa, fafsa, fafsa, fafsa).”