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President Obama finally has kicked the habit, first lady Michelle Obama said Tuesday.
President Obama finally has kicked the habit, Michelle Obama said Tuesday.
Federal regulators have proposed making top executives at large financial firms wait at least three years to be paid half of their annual bonuses, a move designed to cut down on risky financial transactions.
In selecting Charlotte, N.C., as the site of next year's Democratic national convention, President Obama's party is upping the ante in a vital swing state and making clear its belief that the campaigner-in-chief can once again make inroads in the South.
Michelle Obama made a stop on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" to salute America's military families.
Michelle Obama says whenever she's feeling bad or sorry for herself she thinks of America's military families.
On Monday, President Obama unveiled a comprehensive plan to coordinate and promote government efforts to assist military families and veterans in need. The president praised his own administration's "unprecedented commitment" to the issue. The commander in chief added that first lady Michelle Obama would appear on "Oprah" to "urge every American to join a new national campaign to support our military families." The first couple's newfound interest in this worthy cause is welcome, but private initiatives that are making a difference deserve equal attention.
A year after he directly took on the Supreme Court in a State of the Union address, President Obama finds himself Tuesday facing the tricky task of leading a post-Tucson push for civility, while trying to play some offense.
An intern with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords who aided the congresswoman after she was shot in the head will sit with first lady Michelle Obama for President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night, a White House official said.