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WikiLeaks Part II has begun.
The upcoming theater season takes on a presidential flair as Barack and Michelle Obama become honorary chairs at Washington's Arena Stage.
The Obama family has been working hard to show their indifference to the plight of middle America. Whether it's the president's golfing fetish, private air transportation for family dog Bo to a Maine vacation, or Michelle Obama's taxpayer subsidized trip to the Spanish Riviera, the gulf between the White House leisure class and the American middle class has grown to unprecedented proportions.
Spanish police cleared off a stretch of beach for first lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha to relax by the Mediterranean Friday after a busy day of sightseeing.
Spanish police cleared off a stretch of beach for U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha to relax by the Mediterranean Friday after a busy day of sightseeing.
Pizzas and hamburgers in the school lunch line would be healthier under child nutrition legislation passed by the Senate Thursday, a key part of first lady Michelle Obama's campaign to end childhood obesity.
Security was tight at the posh Hotel Villa Padierna in southern Spain as Michelle Obama and her 9-year-old daughter Sasha arrived for a summer vacation in a motorcade.
It's getting serious. Charting the trajectory of the "tea party" is becoming strategic science rather than casual hearsay, which could dampen rumor-mongering in the press, should journalists heed the numbers.
They still wear sensible shoes, but the nation's lunch ladies are trading in their hairnets for chef toques as they undergo a gourmet makeover.