The Obama family has settled on their post-White House residence, which means it’s time to pass judgment on their choice.
President Obama will make his long-awaited visit to Flint, Michigan to discuss the community’s water crisis next week, following a request from 8-year-old activist Mari Copeny, a.k.a Little Miss Flint.
On March 10, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau joined President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for a State Dinner at the White House. Together, they comprise a quartet of bonafide hotties.
A 13-year-old black conservative activist caused a ripple of finger wags yesterday when he claimed that President Obama had blocked him on Twitter. The White House says that nobody has ever been blocked from President Obama’s official Twitter account. Somebody’s lying!
Babies aren’t technically supposed to be 101 years old, but don’t tell that to little Benjamin Shosted.
Malia Obama will be soon be off to college and POTUS is having major feels over it. President Obama, a dad, got all verklempt on Wednesday while giving a speech at Macomb County Community College in Warren, Michigan.
The self-described “historic episode” of WTF with Marc Maron, in which Maron interviewed President Barack Obama, is up. During the conversation, Maron and the President discussed the aftermath of the Charleston shooting and race relations in America, parenting and how Obama stays so “chill.”
President Obama joined Twitter today, and has amassed 1.1 million followers in the six hours since his first post. Though he has only tweeted three times since joining the social media platform, plenty of its 302 million active users have attempted to contact him via public replies. Many, I’ve discovered, have even…
It's important for a president to get out of D.C. and interact with normal, everyday people every now and then— even when those normal, everyday people happen to be Mike Jones, a Chicago early voter who heckled President Obama with "Mr. President, don't touch my girlfriend" when Obama happened to be placed next to…
Here's a super charming photo from the White House Flickr feed of President Barack Obama playing in the Oval Office with Lincoln Rose, the daughter of former Deputy Press Secretary Jamie Smith. Safe to say that this baby and her fresh ideas will be an excellent addition to the administration.
Today in they're-growing-up-so-fast, we find out that 15-year-old Malia Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama, recently attended her first prom.
Today was the fourth annual White House Science Fair, which means that 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is currently crawling with baby geniuses, all ready to show off their very impressive research and inventions. This year's event happened to be particularly special in that, while co-ed, it was particularly directed at girls
The White House Correspondents Dinner took place in Washington, D.C. this weekend, meaning we've just passed that painful time of the year when our nation's president attempts to be funny for one relatively short, but often excruciating speech.
The White House has released recommendations on how to best combat the sexual assault epidemic facing college campuses. And they're not half bad.
Today's a Friday before a holiday weekend, which means that many journalists and other such people who write things for the entertainment/information of a indoors-bound readership (hi) are doing what's known as "phoning it in." But buried in a mundane-ish Wall Street Journal story about a fox living on the grounds of…
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have just started watching Scandal, according to The Atlantic's Robinson Meyer. The President argues that it is not realistic: "[The White House] is not that exciting," he insists; staffers "don't have enough time to engage in too much scandalous behavior."
President Obama has revealed that his teen daughters are just as terrifying as regular-non-President's-daughter teens, but unlike regular teens, Sasha and Malia Obama are, like, IRL friends with Beyonce. Maybe we should send that trio to the really tough diplomatic negotiations.
No, this isn't a Leslie Knope stress dream: according to a new book about the 2012 Presidential election, some top White House aides thought it would be a good idea to replace Vice President Joe Biden with then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a way to bolster Obama's floundering approval ratings. Imagine what…