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Whether she is accompanying her husband on official business to Moscow, Russia, or just walking across the White House lawn with daughters Malia and Sasha and dog Bo, Michelle Obama's fashion sense always seems so spot-on.

Here's the First Lady and her husband boarding a presidential aircraft:

Click to enlarge more Michelle Obama photos below. Some are from her trip with Barack to Russia, where she and her daughters brought a real touch of class (and cuteness!) to the Kremlin, while others were taken before the First Family left.

Don't you just love her outfits?

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When 16-year-old Nick Jonas testified to the Senate Homeland and Government Affairs Committee about living with diabetes, we were impressed with how maturely he stayed composed up there, as well as how well-spoken he is for his age.

Of course, his quoting of his own song lyrics and plug for the Jonas Brothers' 147 new projects seemed a bit out of place, but then again, his heartfelt words describe this health struggle he has battled all his life. So way to go, Nick!

Here's the youngest Jonas, who was joined by Miley Cyrus on stage in the most romantic concert moment ever last weekend, taking a very different stage, but handling himself extremely well and bringing attention to an important cause.

Nick's official purpose for testifying in front of the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee hearing was to advocate for government funding for diabetes research, along with Sugar Ray Leonard and Mary Tyler Moore.

Later, Nick met Barack Obama during a trip to the White House.

He popped in for a photo with the Commander-in-Chief and children who are living with the serious illness. If anyone can upstage the President, Nick would be it!

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Politics and differing ideologies inspire heated debates every day in this country, but there are a few topics just about everyone can agree on:

Whether he's at play with the First Family, wandering around the Oval Office or posing regally on the lawn for his official White House portrait (below), it is no surprise that Bo Obama has won the hearts of Sasha and Malia - and a nation.

Barack Obama at the UN

Seriously, what's not to love ...

Bo the First Dog presides over his Washington, D.C., estate.

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In a move rivaled only by President George W. Bush’s ducking of two flying Iraqi shoes in December, President Barack Obama dispatched of a pesky fly in mid-air - and mid-interview - sending the insect to an early, but much deserved grave.

Obama tried a diplomatic approach first, warning the fly more than once to get lost. “Get out of here,” he said in no uncertain terms, waving his hands for good measure.

But the President, speaking to CNBC’s John Harwood about the administration’s efforts to improve financial regulation, made the executive decision to act with force.

His razor sharp reflexes kicked in and the matter was resolved.

Who said the guy was weak on defense? Please ...

He's not the only one who can multitask like this. In related news, Sarah Palin is now working on walking and chewing gum at the same time. She's thisclose.

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President Barack Obama enjoys a 59.4 percent job approval rating according to the latest national polls, compared to just 33.9 percent who say they disapprove.

You can consider Jon Voight firmly among those in the latter category.

Obama Speech

The acclaimed actor and father of Angelia Jolie blasted the Prez at the GOP congressional fundraiser at the Washington Convention Center on Monday in D.C.

It was red meat at its best. In his speech, the 70-year-old said:

  • "Everything Obama has recommended has turned out to be disastrous."
  • "Are we supposed to sitting and waiting, watching for the possibility of a new Holocaust? Who’s going to take the responsibility to keep America ... I mean Israel, safe. I’ll tell you why this really scares the hell out of me."
  • "Obama really thinks he is a soft-spoken Julius Caesar."

  • "It saddens me greatly to think we were the great powerful good in the world. We as Americans knew America to be strong. We were the liberators of the entire world. We are becoming a weak nation."
  • "[Barack Obama] thinks he can conquer the world with his soft-spoken sweet talk and really think he’s going to bring all of the enemies of the world into a little playground, where they’ll swing each other back and forth."
  • "We and we alone are the right frame of mind to free this nation from this Obama oppression. Let’s give thanks to [Republicans] for not giving up and staying the course to bring an end to this false prophet, Obama.”

That about sums it up. Whose side are you on?

 

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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama enjoyed a romantic date night in Paris, France, dining in the famed city just steps from the Eiffel Tower.

Dining at the neighborhood bistro La Fontaine de Mars, the President and First Lady shared the restaurant with other diners - and a large security contingent.

Beautiful Michelle Obama Photo

"We couldn't see him, but apparently he ordered the lamb," a patron who tried to get a glimpse of the first couple from outside the bistro said.

"[Officials] literally turned the city upside down - with traffic stopped all over - so he could have a 'quiet dinner with his family,'" said another witness.

The whole Obama family traveled across the Atlantic this time.

After dinner, Michelle and Barack Obama took a ride along the Seine River before retreating to the U.S. ambassador's residence, according to the AP.

Earlier in the day, the couple's two adorable daughters, Malia, 10, and Sasha, 7, joined their parents for a sightseeing trip to Notre Dame Cathedral.

The trip marks the first international excursion for the girls since their father became president in January. They seemed to enjoy their time there.

The Obamas are in France to commemorate the 65th anniversary of D-Day, the allied invasion of Normandy in WWII that resulted in victory in Europe.

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President of the United States of America Barack Obama and celebrity fashion icon / First Lady Michelle Obama made their first trip to New York City since he took office in January, enjoying dinner and a Broadway play over the weekend.

A White House press spokesperson said that the President had "promised" his wife that he would take her to a Broadway show after the election was all finished.

Beautiful Michelle Obama Photo

Between the NYC trip and getting his daughters Bo the First Dog, Barack has now made good on at least two of his major campaign promises. That's leadership!

After both parents attended eldest daughter Malia's soccer match (her team won), they boarded a C-20 plane and arrived in the Big Apple Saturday afternoon.

The pair's first stop: New York's West Village neighborhood, where they dined at Bluehill Restaurant. Fellow diner Eva Fleischer of Manhattan said she "had no idea" the Obamas would be there when she made her 5:30 p.m. reservations.

"They had to pat us down," she told reporters outside the restaurant, which is known for its "locally grown fare." As the Obamas left, Fleischer recalled, the President said to her table, "'Hi, guys!' It was very exciting and surprising."

Another diner at the restaurant, Susan Korchak of Manhattan, noted that Michelle Obama "is very tall. She's just statuesque and gorgeous."

Post-dinner, the Obamas hit the Belasco Theater on West 44th Street for a performance of Joe Turner's Come and Gone - about a group of African-Americans coming to grips with the legacy of slavery - before flying back to the White House.

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Give it up, Republicans. Look to 2016.

Approval ratings for Barack Obama might drop a bit if the economy continues to tank, but the President took a step this week that ensures his popularity will remain, even in the face of rising employment rates and populist outage:

Michelle Obama Wax Figure

He got a puppy!

Not just any puppy, but one with "star quality," as Obama described Bo, adding: "That's a good-looking dog, let's face it."

It's also a good-looking family the President has gathered together. He, Michelle, Malia and Sasha took the First Dog out for a walk this week:

Malia says her new Portuguese water dog is "perfect." Do you agree?

Click on the following photos to enlarge more adorable pics of Barack, Bo and the Obamas...

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Love him or hate him, there's no debating the fact that Barack Obama has stuck to his campaign promises.

The President is focused on restructuring the country's health care, while simultaneously revising the tax code to pre-George W. Bush days.

But Obama stands accused of not following through on one, canine-related promise he made to voters: to save the White House dog from a shelter.

Earlier this week, Bo (pictured) - a Portugese Water Dog - arrived from a Texas breeder. Unfortunately, not everyone is in love with this adorable puppy.

The Obamas have welcomed Bo, and controversy, into the White House.

The Obamas chose the hypoallergenic breed due to 10-year-old daughter Malia's allergies; they have also said they plan to make a donation to a local Humane Society.

However, the puppy, which was a gift from Senator Ted Kennedy, was not technically rescued from a shelter. Bo is considered a "second chance" dog because his first home didn't work out; shelter advocates say they had expected more from the President.

"Bo seems like a great dog, but we were all hoping the President would lead by example,” said Kim Saunders, co-founder of the adoption site Petfinder.com.

Did Barack Obama make the right choice for First Dog?

 

Barack Obama Biography

Barack and Michelle Obama Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States of America. He became a Democratic U.S. Senator from Illinois in 2004, and has... More »
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Barack Hussein Obama II

Barack Obama Quotes

I do think in Washington, it's a little bit like American Idol. But everybody is Simon Cowell.

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I think I'm a pretty cool dad.

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