West Virginia nonprofit director Pamela Ramsey Taylor lost her job after she referred to first lady Michelle Obama as an "ape in heels" in a November Facebook post. The termination coincided with a state agency vowing to keep a closer watch on the nonprofit Clay County Development Corp. following weeks of controversy.
A Trump campaign official faces backlash over racist remarks about the Obamas. His son is among the critics.
After all of Michelle Obama's hard work to encourage healthier lifestyles, the future of her initiatives looks uncertain under a Trump presidency.
The sit down will first air Dec. 19 on CBS, with an encore showing Dec. 21 on Oprah’s network OWN.
During her final one-on-one interview as First Lady, Michelle Obama got candid about the state of the nation following the election.
During a basketball game Monday at Warrensburg High School in Missouri, White students turned their backs during the introduction of Center High School players, who are predominantly Black.
Pamela Ramsey, a West Virginia non-profit director, will be allowed to return to work after calling Michelle Obama an "ape in heels."
"Anything that I felt about the election I said and I stand by. This is our democracy, and this is how it works," Obama said.
First Lady Michelle Obama will sit down with Oprah Winfrey for her final interview at the White House during an hour-long special set to air on OWN and CBS. The special will air first on December 19th at 8pm., and re-air on December 21st at 9pm. Related Stories: Pediatrician Who Made Very Racist Comments About […]
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President Obama brought out Chance The Rapper to bring some holiday cheer to the White House last night. Chance performed at the 94th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. Chance and his band the Social Experiment showed off and performed “Sunday Candy” for the First Family. Chano and his band obviously made the Obamas proud […]