First Lady Michelle Obama

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

Michelle Obama wears the same designer that she wore for the 2009 inaugural ball.

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.

On Friday, FLOTUS stressed that "the power of hope" has "allowed us to rise."

In her final White House interview with Oprah Winfrey, First Lady Michelle Obama spoke in-depth about the racial antipathy in America that led her to being labeled an "angry Black woman."

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.

This was honestly my first time keeping up with the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. When I turned 18, I made a consorted effort to play closer attention to what’s happening in politics. I challenge all young people to do the same. Our future is everything. For those who watched the DNC, what was your favorite […]