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Judge Glenda Hatchett, best known for her television court show Judge Hatchett, will handle legal matters for the family of Philando Castile.

On Wednesday, the Twitter user @SoftCaramelKiss sent a homophobic tweet to Sydel Curry, NBA star Steph Curry’s sister.

Michelle Obama delivered the final commencement speech of her tenure as First Lady Friday at City College of New York in Harlem, addressing more than 3,000 members of the class of 2016 at the 169-year-old public college. During the speech, which included a dig at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and a brief talk about the significance […]

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?

Mrs. Obama posted the video in light of the eighth anniversary of the White House Kitchen Garden, a byproduct of her "Let's Move!" campaign, which promotes healthy eating among youth. Her "turnip" moment was also inspired by the EDM hit, "Turn Down For What."

President Obama will speak with Evan Smith, CEO & Editor in Chief of The Texas Tribune, to discuss the state of civic engagement in this day and age. They will focus on how technology can help overcome global issues. At a separate SXSW event, FLOTUS will talk about her Let Girls Learn initiative.

In a special editorial piece for The Huffington Post, FLOTUS shares why the mental heath of both children and army veterans is more important than ever, also explaining how the Affordable Care Act works with patients to help get the care they need.

"It has never been the FBI's desire to engage these armed occupiers in any way other than through dialogue, and to that end, the FBI has negotiated with patience and restraint in an effort to resolve the situation peacefully."

In what could be an interesting bit of foreshadowing, Michelle Obama referred to her successor as the “First Spouse” during a talk Tuesday in New York City.

Speaking with the ladies of popular daytime talk show The Real, FLOTUS was honest when asked who had better grades in high school.