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Latest Michelle Obama Items
On one of the first hot, summer-weather evenings of the season in Washington, Michelle Obama turned up the glamour with her dress choice for Tuesday night's state dinner at the White House in honor of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Opening a day focused on both policy and pomp, President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hailed the relationship between their nations as the cornerstone of efforts to promote peace and prosperity around the world.
There's a new U.S. symbol for healthful eating: The Agriculture Department unveiled "My Plate" on Thursday, abandoning the food pyramid that had guided many Americans but merely confused others.
The Agriculture Department says "My Plate," its new healthy eating symbol, aims to show that nutrition doesn't have to be complicated.
Rest assured. The nation has not yet allowed Memorial Day to devolve into yet another showcase for retail sales and hot weather revelry: 60 percent of the nation plans "something special" to honor the sacrifices of the U.S. military Monday, says a Rasmussen Reports survey - up six points in a year.
Her friends' Lucite-and-white kitchens were far more inviting than the outdated psychedelic wallpaper and avocado-colored appliances that greeted Jeannine Anckaitis at home during the late 1980s.
After stumbling in his first gift exchange with the Brits two years ago, President Obama by all accounts redeemed himself Tuesday when he presented Queen Elizabeth II with a handmade, leather album of rare memorabilia chronicling her parents' 1939 visit to the U.S.
President Obama immersed himself in the grandeur of Britain's royal family Tuesday, as Queen Elizabeth II welcomed him to Buckingham Palace for the first day of a state visit that kept the president largely out of sight for most of the British public.
A starstruck Irish audience welcomed President Obama with open arms Monday, feting their long-lost relative - Mr. Obama's great, great, great grandfather emigrated during the Irish famine - with a tour of his ancestral home, a pint of Guinness and a hurling stick.