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President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk down the South Portico stairs to work the rope line as they host a Fourth of July barbecue for military heroes and their families on the South Lawn of the White House on July 4, 2013 in
Throughout the United States have resorted to the 4th parade, concerts and commemorative activities to celebrate American Independence Day, while across the United States Department of Homeland Security also held highly confidential code "
Current and former U.S. First Lady Michelle. Obama and Lola. Bush, the 2nd is not only a rare stand on the same podium, but also stunned the world with "prison life" to describe the lack of freedom in the days of the White House.
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President Barack Obama will travel to Boston next week to lend his support to the Democratic candidate in a special Senate race in Massachusetts. Obama will be in Boston on Wednesday to give a boost to Rep. Ed Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat. That's
Ky. (AP) First lady Michelle Obama is urging Eastern Kentucky University graduates to apply the same resilience and hard work in school to their lives beyond campus and to seek out people with different beliefs. Mrs. Obama paid tribute to more than
First Lady Michelle Obama had the fans of San Francisco 49ers smiling on Tuesday. The dignitary was able to have a little fun when she posed with 49er's quarterback Colin Kaepernick and http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-
EDT May 5, 2013 First lady Michelle Obama really likes living in the White House these days -- there's no looming election to worry about. "It's glorious," Mrs. Obama said on CBS Sunday Morning . With neither term-limited President Obama nor her
Army veteran Erick Varela, who works as a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. apprentice electrician in Eureka, for his role in the Joining Forces initiative. The administration announced that American businesses have worked with Joining Forces to hire or
There have been many companies rising to take up President Barack Obama's challenge to hire 100,000 unemployed veterans and their spouses by the end of 2013, but two corporations Walmart and Blackstone are leading the way. Walmart has already vowed