The White House today announced that its YouTube channel has crossed 100 million and it heralded the milestone by offering raw footage of one the most popular videos: President Obama manning a marshmallow cannon at the White House Science Fair.

The White House offered a list of the Top 10 videos, most dealing with serious issues like the president's statement on the Newtown, Conn., school shootings. But some fun ones, like the marshmallow cannon and a video of first pup Bo at Christmas made the list too.

The top 10:

1-December 14, 2012: President Obama makes a statement in the Brady Press Briefing room on the shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

2-May 1, 2010: President Obama makes a statement from the East Room at the White House on the death of Osama bin Laden.

3-January 25, 2012: The enhanced version of President Obama's 2012 State of the Union Address features charts, graphs and other visual aids that accompanied the President's speech.

4-November 29, 2012: Bo inspects the White House holiday decorations. The annual White House holiday decorations are a beloved American tradition, and this year folks got an early look at how the theme Joy For All was interpreted throughout the house, with the Obama family's dog leading the tour.

5-June 4, 2009: A New Beginning, President Obama's speech in Cairo, Egypt, outlines his personal commitment to engagement with the Muslim world, based upon mutual interests and mutual respect. The President discusses how the United States and Muslim communities around the world can bridge some of the differences that have divided them.

6-January 20, 2009: President Obama's Inaugural Address calls for a "new era of responsibility."

7-October 21, 2010: It Gets Better is a video message President Obama recorded to give hope and support to young people who are being bullied or harassed because of their actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.

8-May 1, 2010: President Obama and Jay Leno trade jokes at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington. DC.

9-January 24, 2009: In his first weekly address after being sworn in as 44th President of the United States, President Obama discusses the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan.

10-February 7, 2012: President Obama shoots a marshmallow across the State Dining Room using 14-year-old inventor Joey Hudy's "Extreme Marshmallow Cannon" at the White House Science Fair.