Related: Snopes.com changes hospital of Obama's birth 90 minutes after WND.COM article but has no conclusive evidence of correction according to Wikipedia.
Snopes.com still quotes Wikipedia as proof of Obama's birth at Kapiolani but Wikipedia can't even prove that Obama is born in Hawaii....
CSPAN has a site in which you can embed videos of the White House Daily briefings. See below embedded video of briefing on 07/13/2009. Quick update: for some reason the video has stopped working since this post so until it does you can click here to see that it reads that this video is only 53 minutes from CSPAN site and then click on Flash logo on the right and then click on box that says Show Transcript and scroll down to end where the transcript ends with last question being at 53:07 which of course as you will note below video that the questions go on further.
If you will notice the above video cuts off at 53:48. Now click here (Update 09/29/2009 Link now just goes to cspan.org so now you can't verify the claim but note that if you put your cursor over the link the original site will show date of briefing and what not) to see video on CSPAN in an area that doesn't allow you to embed but rather to watch the whole video. You will notice it goes on for another 8 minutes to 1:01:58. During that time Robert Gibbs was asked a questions about Obama's hospital of birth to confirm a letter Kapiolani Medical Center put on its web site with Obama's signature stating Obama was born there but after report at WND.COM was taken off of their web site.
Even the transcript ends at the 53:07 mark that is provided at the embedding site and doesn't transcribe further questions. See this link and click on the box that says Show Transcript. If you can't get to it from that link try this one and click on Flash logo to the right and then click on Show Transcript box.
Now I am not sure how CSPAN works on these issues but it was disturbing to me that CSPAN is censoring these questions asked of Robert Gibbs from their site that enables the public to embed the video. The embedding also enables one to embed at any point in the video which is quite handy in moving people to the point in discussion.
Secondly, there is no notation that this is not a full length video of all that was asked which is somewhat deceptive in letting the public know that there was more discussed at this White House Briefing then what is enabled to embed. Nor was there any explanation as to why. Now maybe I missed the click that somewhere explains this but none was given on the pages in concern that I could find.
Another interesting update is that Obama's Eligibility arguments will get a court hearing. This particle complaint was filed "on Jan. 20, the day of his inauguration, over his actions before he became president."
"The case was filed on behalf of former U.S. Ambassador Alan Keyes, also a contestant in the 2008 presidential race in California, and others. Taitz said the case might have been confused with another Keyes vs. Obama case filed in the state's court system, which was thrown out and now is on appeal."
Another interesting victory of a sort is reported here where a US Army Reserve major had his "military orders revoked after arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office." Also, connected to this case is an online newspaper first dogmatically reported "Actually, Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961, two years after it became a state." now it reads that "Documents show Obama was born in Hawaii in 1961, two years after it became a state." many lines lower then originally reported. See article here concerning this issue.
Update 07/15/2009: Just for documentation sake stating this here. Probably means nothing but CSPAN this morning had the video go into 54 minutes with a commercial explaining who funds CSPAN stating that it is provided by the Cable companies as a public service. But that commercial is no longer on the video. Does it matter? Probably not. CSPAN is a great source of information where you can watch congress in action but just dissappointed this occured.