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Megan Slack is the Deputy Director of Digital Content in the Office of Digital Strategy. She joined the White House from the online communications team at the Center for American Progress. She also worked as deputy finance director and scheduler on a congressional race in Houston, Texas during the 2008 election cycle, and interned at The Huffington Post. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from American University in Washington, D.C., where she served as editor in chief of the school newspaper, The Eagle.
President Obama applauds the Supreme Court's decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act.
State-by-state reports detail the impacts of extreme weather and pollution across the country, and explain how President Obama's plan will help cut carbon pollution and prepare states for the impacts of climate change that can't be avoided.
President Obama lays out his comprehensive plan to reduce carbon pollution, prepare our country for the impacts of climate change, and lead global efforts to fight it
Have a question for President Obama about student loans? Now’s your chance to ask him.
President Obama meets with CEOs, business owners and entrepreneurs to discuss the economic benefits of fixing our broken immigration system.
Nearly 50 years to the day that President John F. Kennedy delivered his historic speech to a city divided by the Cold War, President Obama speaks to the people of Berlin about the deep and enduring bonds between the United States and Germany.
Although a minority of the Senate voted down common-sense legislation to reduce gun violence, President Obama is continuing to make progress. Of the 23 executive actions the President announced as part of his plan to keep our kids and communities safer, the Administration has completed or made significant progress on 21 of 23 executive actions.
President Obama participates in the first day of the G-8 Summit in Lough Erne, Northern Ireland.
President Obama speaks to the people of Northern Ireland from the Belfast waterfront.
The United States is a nation of immigrants. And the White House, like nearly every other American office, is full of staffers whose stories started in countries all over the world.