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Latest Michelle Obama Items
President Obama is pledging an economic revival that will work for everyone and not just the rich, declaring that "the defining issue of our time" is the endangered promise of the American dream.
Warren Buffett, whom President Obama likes to cite as a fair-minded billionaire while arguing for higher taxes on the wealthy, stands to benefit from the president's decision to reject the Keystone XL oil pipeline permit.
President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night will build on the populist economic messages he's been hammering home in speeches across the country in the past few months in an effort to lay the foundation for his re-election campaign.
The NBC comedy "30 Rock" often finds laughs in real-life events in the show business world it inhabits.
This hasn't been much of a presidential primary campaign, but even yellow-dog Democrats have to concede that it's a first-class soap opera. We haven't had sexy scenarios like this since Bubba was a boy.
First lady Michelle Obama is headed to Jay Leno's stage later this month.
Jill Biden, after years of teaching English to college and high school students, has written a book of her own.
President Obama evoked Martin Luther King Jr.'s own words about public service Monday as Obama and his family celebrated the life of the late civil rights leader with a volunteer project.
As he helped spruce up a school in D.C. to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr., President Obama said Monday the true meaning of a quote that's being revised on the city's new King memorial is that everyone can work for social justice.