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Topic - Michelle Obama
The head of the Catholic League issued a scathing criticism at President Obama, posting on his group's website an essay that pointed to all the Christians being beheaded by Muslim terrorists and asking: Doesn't that matter to you?
First lady Michelle Obama on Thursday night urged Democrats to "dig deep" into their pockets and "write a big fat check" before the midterm elections, but minutes later complained of too much money in politics.
Barack and Michelle Obama are quite the diversionary tag-team. He blames everyone else for his problems. She takes credit for progress on his behalf that he doesn't deserve and distracts public attention from his avalanche of failures with endless feel-good photo-ops.
First lady Michelle Obama, the nation's unofficial food cop, said she's swearing off French fries.
First lady Michelle Obama grabbed the political reins during a speech to the League of United Latin American Citizens in New York City, telling the crowd of admirers not to worry — that her husband wouldn't wait on Congress to take action on immigration reform.
A newly released White House report shows that three of President Obama's closest — adviser Valerie Jarrett, National Security Adviser Susan Rice and personal counselor John Podesta — top the salary scale for White House aides, drawing in $172,200 each.
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Obama, said Sunday that first lady Michelle Obama will never run for office.
Oprah Winfrey doesn't like Michelle Obama because she thinks the first lady is a show-off who constantly upstages her husband — and the feelings of dislike are mutual.
President Obama deviated a bit from first lady Michelle Obama's Healthy Eating menu advice as he scooped up stashes of sugary snacks at a Minnesota specialty food shop — just minutes before he stopped at an ice cream parlor for a cold praline-and-cookies treat.
Brace for it. The White House has readied a new feel-good tactic to appeal to American voters, and it goes public in 24 hours when President Obama fires up Air Force One and journeys to Minnesota for a two-day visit that includes a public event, a private fundraiser and something called a "day in the life."
Author Edward Klein's newest release, "Blood Feud," is being billed as a tell-all of the animosity that marked the Clinton-Obama family relations — and already sparks are flying over first lady Michelle Obama's less-than-complimentary pet name for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
What will first lady Michelle Obama do once her husband's term in the White House ends? While she is anxious to see the U.S. elect a woman president, she won't be running for office herself, at least according to her comments Monday at the president's summit on family-friendly work policies.
President Obama offered few policy prescriptions Monday for working parents who are struggling in the post-recession economy, but blamed employers for not making their lives easier.
President Obama reviewed military options in Iraq with congressional leaders Wednesday as militants attacked the country's biggest oil refinery and Republicans accused Mr. Obama of dithering while hard-fought U.S. gains are being lost.
First lady Michelle Obama said when it came to figuring out how to feed her children healthy foods, her Harvard and Princeton education didn't help: She still struggled and oftentimes failed.