The massacre in Charleston has black parishes grappling with their open-door policies.
The Democratic activist found her voice when she strayed beyond party lines. It can be a bit lonely out there.
The personal journey of Rachel Dolezal is extreme — but not an unheard of one in the U.S.
In graduation speeches this year, the first lady speaks with unusual candor about race, society and her own experience.
The first lady told high school grads that she and the president “know that everything we do and say can either confirm the myths about folks like us — or it can change those myths.“
She does not sweat.
Forget about retiring: Like other first couples, the Obamas are planning for their post-White House years now.
She had no prestigious degree or VIP connections, but now she has one of the White House’s biggest jobs.
She hopes the results of her push to end childhood obesity will last beyond her husband’s presidency.
The women who will headline tonight’s state dinner share similar issues and hobbies.