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Lawyer, writer and former First Lady of the United States

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Michelle Obama: Lawyer, writer and former First Lady of the United States
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is an American lawyer, university administrator and writer, who was the first lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. She is married to the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama, and was the first African-American first lady.

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President Obama's Super Bowl interview with Michelle Obama in 2016

Gayle King of CBS News interviewed President Barack Obama with First Lady Michelle Obama for Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7, 2016.
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The Personal Transition

The Obamas will soon be the youngest first family to move into the White House since the Kennedys nearly 50 years ago. Steve Kroft speaks with Barack and Michelle Obama about their personal transition.
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Videos for Michelle Obama


Selena Gomez and others join Michelle Obama's Voting Organization [Video]Selena Gomez and others join Michelle Obama's Voting Organization

The former First Lady helped start the organization When We All Vote last year.

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Michelle Obama and her brother sing, open up about family [Video]Michelle Obama and her brother sing, open up about family

Former first lady Michelle Obama and her brother Craig Robinson at the Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago on Tuesday opened up about growing up and what the presidency meant for their family. Rough Cut..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:57Published

'This is my America too' - artist Kehinde Wiley on his sculpture in Times Square [Video]'This is my America too' - artist Kehinde Wiley on his sculpture in Times Square

"We want more. We demand more. And today, we say yes to something that looks like us." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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'You're still running' from us: Michelle Obama warns against lasting issues with 'white flight'

Michelle Obama is lamenting the scarring effects "white flight" had on her and her community as a kid in Chicago.
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Queen Elizabeth's dresser spills royal secrets in new memoir

Queen Elizabeth's longtime dresser Angela Kelly is spilling some royal secrets, from breaking in her shoes for her to that Michelle Obama meeting.
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Barack and Michelle Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton to attend Elijah Cummings' Baltimore funeral

Elijah Cummings was a personal friend of Barack Obama's and was an early supporter of his 2008 presidential run.
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Anxious Democratic Establishment Asks, ‘Is There Anybody Else?’

Party leaders who are fatalistic about Democrats’ chances in 2020 are musing about possible late entrants to the race. Sherrod Brown? Michelle Obama?
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Amy Sherald's "everyday people"

A New York City exhibition by the artist whose painting of Michelle Obama became a sensation features portraits of everyday models
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Michelle Obama follows up bestselling 'Becoming' memoir with guided journal

A year after releasing her bestselling memoir, "Becoming," Michelle Obama has a new book coming soon.
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Michelle Obama's former chief of staff announced as new head of Time's Up

The Time's Up movement came to life when more than 300 powerful women in Hollywood took a stand against sexual harassment in the workplace
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Donald Trump says Democrats should look into Barack and Michelle Obama's books, Netflix deals

It's not the first time Trump has called for an investigation into Barack Obama's book deal, despite many former presidents publishing books after leaving office.
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Viola Davis to play Michelle Obama in Showtime series

The Oscar-winning actress announced her role in a drama focusing on America's first ladies
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Tennis sensation Coco Gauff embraces Michelle Obama's advice for the U.S. Open and beyond

The 15-year-old heads to New York for the U.S. Open as the hottest talent in tennis. And the fearless phenom has the former First Lady in her court.
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Michelle Obama jokes she's 'surprised' daughters have friends after White House childhood

The former first lady said the omnipresence of Secret Service agents made making friends, getting a first kiss and sleepovers difficult.
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Duchess Meghan chats with Michelle Obama for Vogue, gets her to dish about Malia and Sasha

It was celebrity kismet: Duchess Meghan interviewed Michelle Obama for British Vogue, got her to dish about Malia and Sasha.
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Duchess Meghan guest edits British Vogue's September issue, interviews Michelle Obama

Duchess Meghan is the guest editor for British Vogue's iconic September Issue, which will feature an interview with Michelle Obama.
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Donald Trump rips book deal for Barack, Michelle Obama, complains about White House AC

President Trump said Friday that investigators ought to look into a book deal signed by former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama.
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"Invisible loss": Breaking down the stigma surrounding miscarriages

More women are sharing their personal experiences with early pregnancy loss. Beyoncé, Michelle Obama, Carrie Underwood and recently Meghan McCain all spoke publicly about their miscarriages, in hopes..
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Michelle Obama: Diversity 'truly makes' America great

The former first lady's tweet came amid a week-long feud between Trump and "The Squad," which started after the president said the four Democratic congresswomen of color should "go back" to their..
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Michelle Obama named most admired woman

The former first lady has dethroned Angelina Jolie on YouGov's list
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Michelle Obama beats out Angelina Jolie, Oprah Winfrey as most admired woman, poll says

Michelle Obama is now the most admired woman in the world, beating out former title holder Angelina Jolie, according to a new poll by YouGov.
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Michelle Obama is the most admired woman in the world, new poll finds

Move over Angelina Jolie. Michelle Obama is now the most admired woman in the world, according to a new poll by market research firm YouGov. Oprah Winfrey comes in at No. 2 on the list.
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Michelle Obama: “Going high” is a long-term strategy

“The immediate clap-back is just for your own selfish purpose … and rarely does it solve anything,” Obama said.
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Michelle Obama: What makes a good marriage

"My husband is my teammate and if we are going to win this game together, he has to be strong and he has to be ok with me being strong," Obama said.
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Michelle Obama: Women can “own their health”

"Food and diet and lifestyle is very personal," she said.
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Michelle Obama: “I would have to earn my grace”

Obama said she knew before she got to the White House that she wouldn't get the same benefit of the doubt as other first ladies before her.
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Michelle Obama: Worry about the future - not us

Obama said she's not worried out their legacy, she's worried about the country's future.
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Michelle Obama: You have to "define yourself"

Obama said one thing she has learned on her book tour is that "people are really hungry for stories and stories about people who look and feel like them."
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Michelle Obama on life after the White House

"Barack and I aren't living our best life until we're all living our best life," Obama said.
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Michelle Obama on the "journey of marriage"

She said she and Mr. Obama are "rediscovering each other."
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Michelle Obama on meeting Barack

"That voice didn't go with the picture of the little nerd I had in my head," Obama told “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King.
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Obamas will support whoever wins the primary

Michelle Obama said the general election is "so important" and the party needs to come together to support the nominee.
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Cameron Boyce's family says epilepsy caused fatal seizure

Michelle Obama, Bob Iger and several Disney co-stars reacted to Boyce's death on social media
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Gayle King discusses Michelle Obama interview at Essence Festival

Two-and-a-half years after moving out of the White House, Michelle Obama is talking about her time as first lady and her journey to Washington. The former first lady and best-selling author sat down..
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Michelle Obama: "Both Democrats and Republicans tried to take me out by the knees"

Michelle Obama is discussing the hurtful and racist stereotypes she confronted during her time in the White House and on the campaign trail. The bestselling author sat down with "CBS This Morning"..
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"They don't remember how many punches we took to get there," Michelle Obama says

Michelle Obama said it was important for her to tell the story of how many punches she and former President Obama took to get to the White House. "As I got more popular, that's when people of all sides..
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Gayle King interviews Michelle Obama

At the Essence Festival in New Orleans, "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King interviewed former first lady Michelle Obama. Watch the full interview here.
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Michelle Obama interviewed by Gayle King -- live stream

"CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King will talk to former first lady at Essence Festival
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Barack and Michelle Obama, daughters enjoy luxurious family vacation in south of France

The Obamas, including daughters Malia and Sasha, are taking in the joys of Provence in the south of France on a family vacay, thrilling the locals.
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James Corden previews celebrity dodgeball game with Michelle Obama

The match between Team U.K., led by Corden, and Team USA, led by Michelle Obama, will air Monday night
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How James Corden's star-studded dodgeball game with Michelle Obama came together

James Corden is taking "The Late Late Show" on the road for a week of shows in his home town of London, which will include a special game of dodgeball. Team UK will play team U.S., led by a captain..
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Corden's London trip: Dodgeball with Michelle Obama, talk of Trump's 'weird' royal visit

We catch up with James Corden before his show heads to London next week, where he plays dodgeball against Michelle Obama. He also weighs in on Trump.
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Missy Elliott inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame

Former first lady Michelle Obama shared her appreciation for Missy Elliott, who gave a tearful acceptance speech
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Happy 18th birthday, Sasha Obama!

Sasha, the youngest daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama, turns 18 on June 10, 2019. We look back at her life in the spotlight.
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11/14/18: Red and Blue

More shakeups expected at the White House, Michelle Obama on her marriage and politics
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