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David Hudson joined the White House in January of 2014 and currently serves as the Associate Director of Content for the Office of Digital Strategy. Prior to this role, he was the Managing Editor at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. A native of Richmond, Virginia, David received his bachelor's degree in English and African American and African Studies from the University of Virginia.
President Obama delivers a statement updating the American public on the situation in Ukraine.
President Obama delivers a statement to the press in the wake of the tragic crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 yesterday, and on the current situation in Gaza.
President Obama travels to Wilmington, Delaware to talk about creating more good jobs, rebuilding America, and making our middle class stronger.
A world-class infrastructure system is a vital part of a top-performing economy. But there's another important reason why we need to rebuild our infrastructure: climate change.
President Obama takes a quick trip across the Potomac to visit the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, a facility in McLean, Virginia that focuses on highway technology.
Missed the President's trip to Denver and Austin? Don't worry -- the latest edition of "West Wing Week" features some amazing footage from his visit.
In this week’s address, the President recapped his visits with folks who have written him letters about their own American stories -- their successes and struggles.
President Obama announces SupplierPay, a new partnership with the private sector that will strengthen America's small businesses by increasing their working capital. And he's also renewing the QuickPay initiative for federal small business subcontractors.
President Obama capped off his three-day tour with a visit to Austin, Texas, where he sat down for coffee with a letter writer, delivered a speech on the economy, and grabbed some lunch at a local BBQ joint.
After meeting with local officials, faith leaders, and Texas Gov. Rick Perry, President Obama delivered a statement on the humanitarian situation at the border.