Michelle Obama was perfectly elegant at the Inauguration on Monday, when she stepped out — sporting her stylish new bangs — in a blue checked coat and A-line panel-pleat dress by Thom Browne, J. Crew belt, gloves and kitten-heeled shoes (she later changed into Reed Krakoff boots) and Cathy Waterman necklace.
First Daughters Sasha and Malia Obama had front-row seats on Saturday at the Kids' Inaugural: Our Children, Our Future event, with mom, First Lady Michelle Obama, sporting her stylish new bangs.
Superstar Beyoncé plans to continue her support for President Barack Obama by singing the National Anthem at the President’s inauguration.
“Extra” talked with some political experts about the next presidential race, including President Obama’s advisor, David Axelrod, and HuffPost Live host Abby Huntsman.
Huntsman believes New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stands a good chance. “Chris Christie is a standout because he’s a confident guy. He know what he wants to do and he's not afraid to stand up to what’s not right.”
Axlerod feels Newark Mayor Corey Booker could further his political career. “I think he will most likely run for Senate. In the next few years, that will be one to watch.”
Find out from the experts if there will be another Obama or Bush in the White House!
President Barack Obama is Time magazine’s Person of the Year! According to Editor Rick Stengel, the publication chose Obama because, “We are in the midst of historic cultural and demographic changes, and Obama is both the symbol and in some ways the architect of this new America.”
Running a country can be a stressful job, putting the natural aging process into overdrive. Bloomberg Businessweek created age progression photos to show what President Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney might look like after time in the White House. Take a look!