Unlike the first lady, the former president did not call on children to fight back against bullies.
Former President Barack Obama and NBA star Stephen Curry spoke at an event encouraging minority boys to build their self-confidence and remain true to their principles.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would respect Nobel Prize rules which keep nominations secret for 50 years.
President Donald Trump said on Friday that he had received "the most beautiful copy" of a five-page letter written by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe nominating him for the international prize.
The NBA hopes to raise the profile of the game on the continent.
Donald Trump said he couldn't understand why former President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize while his administration doesn't "get credit."
"The students of Parkland refused to settle for the way things are and marched, organized and pushed for the way things should be," wrote former President Barack Obama.
The former vice president has admitted that he's a "gaffe machine"—but will it hurt his chances in 2020?
"He said he walks by the store every day and sees Obama every day and it made him really angry," Glen Buzzetti, Romantic Depot's owner, said.
President Donald Trump said that it "should be formally announced sometime next week that we will have 100 percent of the caliphate."
"I just don't like the reports that I see coming out having to do with football…I mean, it's a dangerous sport and I think it's really tough," the president said.
Most Americans—56 percent—would "definitely not vote" for Trump, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News survey.
"I'm running to be president of the people, by the people and for all people," the Democratic senator said.
The defending NBA champs met with Obama before they took on the Wizards in Washington Thursday night.
"This is the pull-out, walk-away presidency, and it is not enhancing the interest of the United States of America," John Kerry said.
Newsweek marks Michelle Obama's 55th birthday with a look back at some of her best moments.
Furloughs have prevented staff from holding meetings on proposals to undo Obama-era environmental protections.
Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have all distanced themselves from Trump's border wall claims.
Signers of the petition wanted to honor a president "whose two terms in office were completely scandal-free."
Despite the mainstream media's efforts to attribute the fraying of the social fabric to Trump, Trump could disappear tomorrow and the social fabric will remain rent.
On the ninth day of the partial government shutdown, Trump used the Obamas' brick fence to justify building the border wall.