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March 2010: Photo of the Day

Check out the White House Photo Office's picks for Photo of the Day in March of 2010.

The Vice President and Dr. Biden in the Middle East

Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden travel to Israel and the Palestinian Territories to meet with leaders, discuss bilateral and regional issues, and visit local businesses and community organizations.

"This is What Change Looks Like: Passing Health Care Reform"

A collection of never-before-seen photos from President Barack Obama's year-long fight to pass health reform.

Afghanistan

Pictures from President Barack Obama's trip to Afghanistan, March 28, 2010.

April 2010: Photo of the Day

Check out the White House Photo Office's picks for Photo of the Day in April of 2010.

The White House Easter Egg Roll

The annual Easter Egg Roll brings 30,000 people from all 50 states and the District of Columbia to the White House.

The New START Treaty

A behind the scenes look at one year of negotiations between President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev leading up to the signing of a strategic arms reduction pact.

Nuclear Security Summit

President Barack Obama meets with leaders from the international community to discuss ways to secure vulnerable nuclear material around the world, during the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, D.C.

First Lady and Dr. Biden in Haiti

First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden tour the quake-battered city of Port-au-Prince to show continued U.S.support for Haiti's reconstruction efforts.

The First Lady in Mexico

First Lady Michelle Obama visits Mexico City on her first solo foreign trip, introducing her international agenda of reaching out to young people around the world.

President Obama in the Gulf Coast

President Barack Obama tours the Louisiana Coastline between Venice and New Orleans in the Gulf Coast region to view recovery efforts firsthand following the BP oil well spill, Sunday, May 2, 2010.

May 2010: Photo of the Day

Check out the White House Photo Office's picks for Photo of the Day in May of 2010.

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