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Topic - Malia
Michelle Obama didn't like Brussels sprouts and liver as a kid, and says any day the organ meat showed up on her plate was a "dark day" at her house.
First lady Michelle Obama will travel to China later this month for a weeklong visit focused on education, the White House announced Monday. Mrs. Obama will visit Beijing for four days and will meet with Madame Peng, wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping. The trip will take place from March 19 through March 26.
The White House said that, as with Mrs. Obama's previous trips to Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America, she "will be focusing on the power and importance of education, both in her own life and in the lives of young people in both countries."
First lady Michelle Obama is spending Presidents Day weekend in Aspen with her daughters, Sasha and Malia.
President Obama and his family made burritos for the homeless Monday as part of their participation in a service project to commemorate Martin Luther King Day.
President Barack Obama honored Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy of service Monday by helping a soup kitchen prepare its daily meals and a host of administration figures fanned out across the capital to appear at holiday events.
Approaching a milestone birthday, Michelle Obama exuberantly describes herself as "50 and fabulous." She's celebrating already and a big birthday blowout is in the works for this weekend at the White House.
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — President Barack Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia have departed Hawaii after a 15-day family vacation for the holidays.
President Obama may have escaped Washington for a lengthy holiday vacation, but his weekend still was dominated by two of the commander in chief's favorite activities: golf and basketball.
President Barack Obama and the vacationing first family momentarily skipped the beach in Hawaii on Sunday to take in a college basketball game.
President Obama says the first family might stick around the D.C. area after he leaves office in 2017 — and that his youngest daughter, Sasha, is going to have a say in the matter.
Popcorn and Caramel will live to gobble another day. President Obama issued the traditional presidential pardon for the two 38-pound male turkeys Wednesday at the White House, accompanied by daughters Malia and Sasha.
The president and first family stepped away from the mounting pressures from the Obamacare fiasco on Sunday, heading out for a full day of sporting events that began with golf and finished with basketball.
President Barack Obama stayed to the end of a thrilling game and Oregon State rewarded him with a surprising victory, holding off Maryland 90-83 Sunday night.
President Obama marked Independence Day on Thursday by calling on Americans to follow the example of the patriots who determined the nation's destiny in 1776.
"I've got to keep figuring out ways to have an impact, whether as a mother or as a professional or as a mentor to other kids," the first lady said, noting that daughter Malia, now 15, will be in college when she and President Barack Obama leave the White House in January 2017.
President Barack Obama, left, with first lady Michelle Obama, right, and their daughters Malia, and Sasha, say their goodbyes to Rev.