The White House uses photography to document, convey messages and shape public perception. Kwame Holman reports on a dust up -- and possible truce -- between the Obama administration and the press, who complain their access to capture those moments of the presidency has been greatly limited.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Next: a look at how the White House shapes the presidential image and a possible truce between the press corps and the Obama administration over access to the president.
NewsHour congressional correspondent Kwame Holman has our story.
Following last week's slaughter of 20 children in Connecticut, President Barack Obama on Wednesday held his first-ever press conference about gun control, but the press corps insisted on asking at least the first six questions about the so-called Read more...