It's terrific that Michelle Obama supports a host of causes mostly relevant to women, but who is supporting a host of causes mostly relevant to men? Men of all ages are looking for a few good candidates who are ready, willing and able to support a wide range of causes.
Some sweetened tangerine juice. A little soy protein. A blender. Voila: A trendy, frothy dessert becomes a lesson in kitchen chemistry.
Sarah Palin is still thinking about running for president in 2012, and she made clear Thursday she will make her decision on her own terms.
New York City is pouring hundreds of thousands of federal dollars into television ads telling people they're better off knocking back a glass of seltzer water or fat-free milk than chugging a soda — part of hundreds of millions of dollars from President Obama's economic stimulus package devoted to getting Americans to change their behavior by eating more veggies, kicking cigarettes and picking up dumbbells.
The message after eight days of fall previews at New York Fashion Week is that the consumer has choices. There isn't a must-have look or a white-hot label that everyone is talking about.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will mark Black History Month at the White House with a celebration of Motown music.
President Barack Obama is awarding the nation's highest civilian honor to a diverse group of recipients, including a former president and a basketball legend.
"The American Dream is seductive — but there is a legal way to do it — and there would be more jobs here for people if it was honored," says Canadian-born siren/actress Pamela Anderson.
Cartoon Network says first lady Michelle Obama will appear on its upcoming Hall of Game Awards special.