Michelle Obama hosted a book club for her new memoir Becoming featuring some of the most influential and inspiring black women in the country. This “dream book club” was invite only and it was highly exclusive, with the guest list including powerhouse producer Shonda Rhimes, Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Verna Williams, dean at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. ...
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The former first lady says she started to realize that “the biological clock is real" when trying to get pregnant at 34.
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Fox Nation pundit and conservative figure Tomi Lahren insulted the former first lady, and the internet can't cope.
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Michelle Obama upcoming "Becoming" book tour is selling out arenas, but not everyone's able to pay for the $3000 VIP ticket.
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Obama couldn't just show up to his daughters' school events; the Secret Service would come as well.
Stylist Meredith Koop posted a photo of Michelle Obama, in a not-so-subtle jab at Melania Trump and the family separation policy.
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