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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.
In this week’s address, President Obama wishes America’s dads a happy Father’s Day and underscores the crucial role fathers play in our society.
This week, the President congratulated Worcester Tech graduates, hosted his first-ever Tumblr Q&A, and took yet another step to expand opportunity for all Americans -- and we had #LunchWithFLOTUS on Twitter.
Get the latest information on the Obama administration's response to the situation in Iraq.
President Obama travels to Worcester, Massachusetts to deliver remarks at Worcester Technical High School's commencement ceremony.
During President Obama's first-ever Tumblr Q&A, he addressed the epidemic of gun violence in America.
It was a busy morning at the White House today, as President Obama signed two bills into law -- the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA), and the 65th Infantry Regiment Congressional Gold Medal.
President Obama signs a memorandum to help make student loan debt more affordable and manageable to repay.
President Obama welcomes UConn's men's and women's basketball teams to the White House, in honor of their 2014 NCAA Championships.
This week, there was a lot of action both in Washington and overseas: President Obama traveled to Europe; the private sector added 216,000 jobs this month; we announced the first-ever White House Maker Faire; the EPA proposed a rule to curb climate change and make our children healthier; and more.
President Obama travels to Normandy, France to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, and pays tribute to the American and Allied forces who fought during the D-Day landings in June of 1944.