The Obama family has settled on their post-White House residence, which means it’s time to pass judgment on their choice.
On Thursday, the same night as yet another Republican debate, where constipated Scrooge McDuck Donald Trump calmed down his screaming for a few minutes to explain how we got here, the Obamas hosted a lovely state dinner at the White House.
As the Obama presidency winds down, the First Family has a decision to make: Where are they going to live after the White House? Barack says that Sasha tipped the decision, and according to The Washington Post, they’ll be staying put:
Like her husband President Barack Obama and his dad jeans, First Lady Michelle Obama is very savvy at playing the uncool-but-sorta-still-cool parent. On Thursday, the FLOTUS took her swag to the next level with a college endorsement rap video… where she rhymed… in a booth… in the White House.
As his second term winds down, President Obama has voiced one specific regret from his time in office: that he missed out on the fun of campaigning against Donald Trump.
President Obama has been spending some quality time with his kids this weekend in New York City. He and youngest daughter Sasha boarded Air Force One on Friday afternoon along with two of her friends to meet up with his oldest, Malia, who has been spending the summer in the city interning on the set of Girls. The…
On Thursday night, First Lady Michelle Obama visited The Late Show to swap stories with Letterman about their kids. Wonder how Sasha and Malia are doing?
Before Michelle Obama was the First Lady, a position defined by partnership and parenting, she was a career woman with twenty successful years under her belt before her husband dreamed of running the country. In fact, when Barack pitched her the idea, he had to enlist her family to convince her. Peter Slevin, author…
Another reason we all feel that deep and inexorable pull towards our #1 lady: she had a potty mouth when she was younger. FLOTUS reveals the fact in a biography slated for release on April 7.
Smell that? It's the pile of crap we're currently bearing down upon—otherwise known as an election year. And the bottle fly of the day is Mike Huckabee, who just doesn't understand how the Obamas, "exemplary parents in many ways," can expose their daughters to the walking scandal that is Beyonce.
Elizabeth Lauten, the Republican Congressional staffer who over the weekend found herself in hot water over comments she made about the Obama girls looking like bar floozies with bad attitudes, has announced today that she's resigning.
As celebrity goes, you can't get much bigger than Beyoncé or the Obamas. So it stands to reason that when the Obamas attend a Beyoncé concert, minds are blown.
Sasha Obama: Teen. Observe President Obama's daughter in China with her mother, grandma and sister above, Sasha is not here for it. She's not here for any of it. Her face brings back memories of every crappy family vacation you ever had to endure. We feel you, Sasha.
Not only is Christmas way late for the Sasha and Malia Obama's godmother, Eleanor "Mama Kaye" Wilson, the Post Office sent her gift to a total stranger.
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.
On Sunday, Sasha Obama wore a sweater with a unicorn on it to a basketball game. By Thursday, unicorn sweaters had gone extinct. (Is "extinct" the word for a sweater selling out? Maybe it should be.)
The time has come, the walrus said, for Rihanna to put some grey streaks in her hair and call it #brrr. So she did. It looks cute, I think! Then she riffed on #brr for awhile:
Twelve-year-old Sasha Obama went shopping in New York City yesterday, and today, the New York Daily News published a small photo-driven item titled "Sasha Obama Steps Out in Soho." The daughter of Barack Obama was wearing the teeny tiny shorts of the sort Chloë Sevigny calls "denim underwear," and the paper's website…
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