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24 May 2018 01:37 AM EST

On Tuesday, White House reporters tweeted photos of a big sinkhole that developed on the North Lawn. While a sinkhole at the White House may seem unusual, sinkholes are actually fairly common. The events that take place before a sinkhole appears are usually very subtle which is why they go unnoticed. These caverns in the ground are carved out by water in the ground, sometimes from heavy rains. Sinkholes happen throughout the world but are more common in places where the ground is made of soft rocks like limestone. About 18% of the United States sits atop this type of ground.

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22 May, 2018
The White House Releases Coin For Kim Jong Un Summit

The White House has released a commemorative "trip coin."The coin celebrates the summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.One side of the coin features the silhouettes of Trump and Kim.The other side shows Air Force One departing the White House.The coin refers to Kim as North... Read more

18 May, 2018
White House Communications Team Cancels Daily Staff Meetings

Following the recent leak of an offensive comment made about the health of GOP Senator John McCain last week, the White House communications team has now canceled daily staff meetings. According to The New York Times, a smaller group of communication staffers, rather than the full group of around... Read more

15 May, 2018
White House Says Hamas Is Solely To Blame For Palestinian Deaths

The White House on Monday said Hamas is solely responsible for the deaths of dozens of Palestinians who've been killed by Israeli forces amid protests against the new US embassy in Jerusalem. White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah told reporters that the Trump administration supports Israel's... Read more

15 May, 2018
White House Turns McCain Death Comment Into Leak Scandal

Last week in the White House, aide to President Donald Trump Kelly Sadler "joked" that John McCain's opposition to CIA nominee Gina Haspel didn't matter because "he's dying anyway." TheArizona senator is battling terminal brain cancer. The Trump administration has refused to apologize for the remark... Read more

14 May, 2018
White House Blames Hamas For Israel Violence

On Monday The White House blamed Hamas for the deaths of dozens of Palestinians in clashes between protesters and the Israeli military. The protests on the border between the Palestinian-controlled Gaza Strip and Israel came as the U.S. held a ceremony marking the opening of its new U.S. Embassy... Read more

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