03:52 PM EDT 04/22/2014
Originally posted 04/21/2014 06:20PM
Thousands turned out for the 136th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, and the big bunny wasn't the only furry face people were clamoring to see.
First dogs Sunny and Bo Obama were two of the famous names on hand for the event, which also featured appearances by singer Ariana Grande and Jim Carrey.
According to The Washington Post, the crowd screamed when they laid eyes on the pups, who donned red leashes on the South Lawn where more than 30,000 guests were invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to enjoy egg hunting, face painting and obstacle courses.
Originally posted 04/21/2014 07:00AM
The First Lady is going country – Michelle Obama will make a cameo on TV's Nashville!
Obama, 50, will star as herself on the show May 7, ABC announced. Kellie Pickler is also set to appear in the episode, which finds country music queen Rayna James (Connie Britton) organizing a charity concert at Army base Fort Campbell in Kentucky.
The guest spot marks the latest stop on Obama's TV tour: She's visited the sets of Sesame Street, iCarly, and The Biggest Loser to promote physical fitness and healthful eating for her Let's Move! initiative.
Originally posted 04/12/2014 01:00PM
Originally posted 03/23/2014 11:15AM
While President Barack Obama is busy walking the family dogs, his wife, Michelle Obama, and their daughters are doing some walking of their own – down the Great Wall of China.
Originally posted 03/20/2014 11:30AM
With Michelle Obama traveling to China with her daughters, President Barack Obama is fending for himself in the White House.
Fortunately, the commander-in-chief has a concerned friend eager to check up on him: Ellen DeGeneres, who quizzed the POTUS on his well-being at the First Lady's behest.
"Mr. President, Michelle said she's out of town, and she wanted to know, did you make your bed this morning?" DeGeneres asked via satellite on Thursday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Originally posted 03/17/2014 08:00AM
Breathtaking images from the Lathmar Holi festival in India, the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and more
Originally posted 03/06/2014 08:15PM
Eight years ago, when a spurned suitor threw acid on her face, Laxmi thought her life was over. Finding love and achieving her dream of a career in television seemed impossible.
But on March 4, honored by First Lady Michelle Obama with the International Women of Courage Award, Laxmi talked about her struggle – and triumph.
Referring to the man who attacked her when she was 16 after she refused his advances – he was jailed for what he did but apparently his sentence will soon be up – she read a poem she composed: "You haven't thrown acid on my face, you threw it on my dreams ... The time will be burdened for you. Then you will know that I am alive, free and thriving and living my dreams."
The petite 23-year-old has undergone a dozen operations to repair the disfiguring burns on her face and body. For years she felt suicidal. A second blow was the death of her beloved father, who sank into depression over his daughter's agony. Eventually she emerged from her despair with a determination to prevent other women from suffering a similar fate.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 11:30AM
Look out, Pawnee! FLOTUS is coming to town.
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