First Lady Michelle Obama

This is how you achieve the "I'm corporate and fly," look.

First lady Michelle Obama turned her last speech before leaving the White House into a powerful and emotionally stirring message for young people amid growing fears among marginalized communities of President-elect Donald Trump and his cabinet heading to the nation's capital.

Veronica Chambers, editor of a new anthology on Michelle Obama, opens up on our first African American FLOTUS and what her very being means to us—and this country.

First Lady Michelle Obama wowed the crowd at George Mason University.

FLOTUS had the crowd in tears as she stressed what this election means for our children and why she's standing with Hillary Clinton.

The First Family will be promoting their Let Girls Learn Initiative with actresses Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto.

Today marked the very first United State of Women Summit at The White House led by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. As expected, the event attracted some of the most powerful, educated and elegant ladies in the country as they gathered to talk about worldwide women’s equality and other women-related topics.   […]

The problematic drawing depicts FLOTUS as masculine and angry, while Melania Trump is feminine and smiling.

Since officially entering the White House in 2009, First Lady Michelle Obama appears to be aging backward. Or did she find the fountain of youth?

FLOTUS talks about her college advice for Sasha and Malia and how her haters are her motivators.