Celebrities, journalists and politicians come together for the 2015 White House correspondents' dinner. President Obama and comedian Cecily Strong are expected to give speeches.

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Cecily Strong's harsh burns at correspondents' dinner

Celebrity host Cecily Strong took a jab at politicians, media and President Obama at the 2015 White House correspondents' dinner on Saturday.

Obama's full speech at 2015 White House correspondents' dinner

President Obama poked fun at GOP presidential candidates, Koch brothers and others at the 2015 White House correspondents’ dinner on Saturday.

Taking a spin at the Post's WHCD pre-party

Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright and former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich were just two of the big names who tried out the Vine 360 machine at The Washington Post's White House correspondents' dinner reception.

Obama: Welcome to the 'night when Washington celebrates itself'

President Obama takes the stage at the 2015 White House correspondents' dinner in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.

Celebrities share their favorite D.C. show

Move over D.C., Hollywood is here to play at the White House correspondents' dinner. Celebrities like Laverne Cox, Gillian Jacobs and Pete Wentz talk about their favorite D.C. shows on the red carpet.

Obama: New trade deals vital to middle class economics

In his weekly address, President Obama lays out why new, new trade agreements are important for middle class economy, businesses and the nation's values.

Obama: ‘We all bleed when we lose an American life’

President Obama said he is looking to identify "lessons that can be learned" after two aid workers held hostage were inadvertently killed during a counterterrorism operation in Pakistan.

Los Angeles march commemorates Armenian mass killing

Thousands of people marched in Los Angeles Friday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the mass killing of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire, and to protest the Turkish government for refusing to call it genocide.

Holder says goodbye to Justice Department

Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder gave a farewell speech at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C., on Friday. Holder told his now former colleagues that their work today would be remembered as "another golden age."

Jolie scolds U.N. for response to Syrian crisis

Actress Angelina Jolie pleaded with world powers Friday to help the millions of Syrian refugees, sharply criticizing the U.N. Security Council for being paralyzed by its division over Syria's four-year conflict.

Carly Fiorina on federal regulations

Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, spoke to an audience in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Apr. 21, 2015, about technology and government regulations.

Hillary Clinton: ‘We are leaving too many women on their own’

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke about economic issues facing women at the Women in the World summit in New York City.

Late-night laughs: Earth Day, who cares?

Earth Day turned 45 on Wednesday and retiring late-night hosts Jon Stewart and David Letterman have something to say about its popularity—or lack thereof.

Michigan couple hoping for a win at Supreme Court

April Deboer, Jayne Rowse and their four children are at the center of a matter before the U.S. Supreme Court, which has set the stage for a landmark ruling later this year.

Obama: America better off with Loretta Lynch

In a speech to his advocacy group, Organizing for Action, President Obama said the U.S. will be better off with Loretta Lynch as attorney general. Lynch received confirmation for the position Thursday from the Senate after a five month wait.

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Obama slams GOP: 'Do your job'

Obama slams GOP: 'Do your job'

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