05.09.2012 [Christian Science Monitor] - With her husband and daughters watching from the White House, first lady MichelleObama described President Barack Obama as sympathetic toward struggling Americans. She made her speech at Tuesday's Democratic National Convention in Charlotte
05.09.2012 [USA TODAY] - CHARLOTTE -- There's a new speech-maker being heralded at the White House and her name is MichelleObama. "I might be a bit biased, but I thought @MichelleObama knocked it out of the park at the convention last night," tweeted President Obama, in a
First Lady MichelleObama will speak to the Colbert Nation next week with an appearance on “The Colbert Report,” the latest in a string of high-profile TV appearances she’s made in the last few months. The White House confirmed Wednesday that Obama will make her first appearance on the satirical news show since the 2008 campaign on...
As part of Black History Month, the White House will host a screening of Lifetime's The Trip to Bountiful. Officials announced Thursday that first lady MichelleObama will host the special event on Monday, Feb. 24, at 4 p.m. ET, in the Eisenhower Office Building's South Court Auditorium.
05.09.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- MichelleObama delivered an impassioned speech on her husband's convictions Tuesday night, describing how President Barack Obama has held steadfast to the principles that propelled him to the White House nearly four years ago
05.09.2012 [El Diario] - ... Souza/White House Photo. La Casa Blanca dio a conocer esta noche una foto del presidente Barack Obama y sus hijas Malia y Sasha viendo por televisión el discurso de la Primera Dama, MichelleObama, la noche del martes 4 de septiembre de 2012.
05.09.2012 [Bloomberg] - MichelleObama used an opening-night convention speech to take Americans inside the White House, asking them for the patience to give her husband a second term and contrasting President Barack Obama's life experience with Republican Mitt Romney's.
05.09.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - MichelleObama opened the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., with a rousing semantic embrace of her husband, President Obama, and a smiling, but deeply caustic, critique of the man who wants to replace him in the White House — Mitt