On International Day of the Girl, Michelle Obama will head to "Today" to announce her new plans to promote girls' education worldwide.
NEW YORK (AP) — Michelle Obama will visit 10 cities to promote her memoir "Becoming," a tour featuring arenas and other performing centers to accommodate crowds far too big for any bookstore.
The former first lady brought daughters Malia and Sasha to the Paris leg of the "On the Run II" tour — and people can't get enough.
Get the latest headlines, including details on the former first ladies calling out the Trump administration's family separation policy.
Ah, wedding season has arrived! Helping us get in the spirit, sentimental celebs have been sharing throwback photos from their own special days. It has been 20 years, and Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber look as gorgeous and in love as ever. To celebrate the milestone, Crawford posted a black-and-white photo from their wedding day.
Former first lady Michelle Obama is sharing photos of her storied life before releasing her memoir, "Becoming," in the fall.
It’s official: Barack and Michelle Obama are moving from the White House to Netflix. The former President and First Lady have signed a multi-year production deal with the streaming giant — a deal that was rumored months ago, but officially announced today via a Netflix press release. The Obamas “will produce a diverse mix of […]
Melania Trump has finally revealed her long-anticipated platform, 16 months after taking the role of first lady. Today, FLOTUS announced “Be Best” — but not without controversy. In her speech, Trump outlined the three pillars of her innovative. She will focus on children’s well-being, social media use, and opioid abuse. “I feel strongly that as adults we can and should be best at educating our children about the importance of a healthy and balanced life,” the first lady said. ...
Barack and Michelle Obama are settling down in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C. They bought the house they’ve been renting since they left the White House in January for $8.1 million.
In the new bio "Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama," Sheila Miyoshi Jager tells the author that the 44th president proposed to her twice in the '80s.
In a new book, Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama, Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer David J. Garrow reveals new details about Barack Obama’s life before his ascendency to the U.S. presidency.
Ellen DeGeneres is celebrating the 20 year anniversary of the historic Puppy Episode of her ‘90s sitcom Ellen. In the episode, DeGeneres’s character, Ellen Morgan, comes out as gay, just as DeGeneres recently had in her real life. Friends and colleagues of DeGeneres’s put together a video to congratulate and thank her of what she did and the impact it had on society.
A look at some celebs' Easter encounters with the Creepy Easter Bunny. We’re talking about giant, dead-eyed, creepy Easter Bunnies.
Temperature 82 degrees with occasional clouds, and lagoon waters, clear as paradise… the Obamas are wrapping up their month-long vacation in French Polynesia. The former first couple posed for selfies with anyone who asked, though “his entourage insisted the photographs be only for private use,” TNTV reports. Obama is working on his White House memoirs while relaxing at the ultra-private South Pacific resort which boasts white sand beaches, natural forest, and a sea tortoise reserve, the Washington Post reports.
Thursday night’s “MasterChef Junior” gave its young contestants a new twist: Michelle Obama — first lady at the time — was a special guest.
Their time in the White House may be coming to an end, but we can only hope that President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama continue to appear on television.
With an incoming Trump administration, it’s time to get wistful reflecting on the past eight years under an Obama presidency. America’s favorite first couple, Barack and Michelle Obama, gave the nation not only eight years of hope but eight years of romance as well — the passionate, all-consuming kind of romance that one reads about in a Jane Austen novel or Bridget Jones’s Diary. Hopeless romantics everywhere collectively swooned when the press corps captured the commander in chief and first lady’s public displays of affection at social and state events. Michelle Obama referred to her husband as “my boo” on Valentine’s Day, and President Obama consistently (and rightfully) praised his significant other on her beauty and accomplishments.
A star-studded audience gathered at the Kennedy Center, in Washington, D.C., for a night entitled “Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories That Changed America,” a celebration of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
CBS aired First Lady Michelle Obama Says Farewell to the White House, in which she and Oprah Winfrey discussed everything from the recent election to glamping.