This week, the White House hosted the Easter Egg Roll, the President traveled to Atlanta to attend a conference on opioid addiction, joined some formerly incarcerated Americans for lunch, and hosted 50 nations for a summit on nuclear security. That's March 25th to March 31st or, "And We're Live!"
Even a column about the first couple’s final White House Easter egg roll inspires vitriol
The ex-Hog said his wife got angry over not attending White House Easter Egg Roll.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama make some funny faces while reading a story to children at the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday (March 28) in Washington, D.C. The couple read the classic children’s book “Where the Wild Things Are” and they got very animated throughout the story! PHOTOS: Check out [...]
This time next year, the Os will most likely be having a much smaller Easter party on their much smaller lawn. As much as it’s a huge rigamarole, I bet the ex-presidents all miss this stuff; this feels like one of the few simple and joyful things they get to do amid all that gnarly Read More...
The Obamas celebrated their final White House Easter with a bang—and a Bey. Both of America's First Families were in attendance at the 138th annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, with Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy Carter doubling down on the cuteness. Show More Summary
Barack and Michelle Obama keep their hands over their hearts as Idina Menzel sings the National Anthem during the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House on Sunday (March 28) in Washington, DC. The 54-year-old President of the United States led the festivities and even refereed the Easter [...]
While the cable news networks perseverate on a shooting that's over, I wanted to share this video of Michelle Obama speaking earlier today at the White House Easter Egg Hunt. Her remarks, starting at the 3:30 mark, show off that sheShow More Summary
Around 30,000 people attended the event
For black families, being on the White House lawn remains a powerful experience
President Obama — he's just like us. POTUS spent Monday reading to thousands of children gathered at the White House for its annual Easter Egg Roll. He read Where the Wild Things Are, and he even made some terrifying gestures with his...Show More Summary
The Obamas mark their final Easter egg roll, an event that dates back to 1878.
Blue Ivy was dressed as a bunny
12:30 PM PST -- The temporary lockdown on the White House has been lifted and the Easter Egg Roll has commenced. An alleged gunman has been taken down by cops at the U.S. Capitol... and several buildings remain on high alert after ...
Michelle Obama wasn't the only one to break out her elevated casualwear for Monday afternoon's annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House in Washington DC. While President Obama took the reins to lead the festivities, his daughters, Sasha...Show More Summary
After what seems like a month's worth of event-appropriate dresses and state dinner gowns, Michelle Obama led the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll festivities on Monday in what might be her most casual look to date. For this public outing on the White House lawn, the first lady switched into a look we can all relate to. Show More Summary
Easter traditions are just so much fun, right?! We especially love the annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House, because that's when all the stars come out to play! On Monday, Barack Obama and co. celebrated the happy holiday with a BUNCH of celebrities! Photos: See How The Stars Celebrated Easter This Year! Among the star-studded guests gathered [...]
At the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, President Obama wore a blue gingham shirt, just like your uncle and boyfriend and co-worker and the guy across from you on the train.Pairing the classic button-down with dad jeans? Particularly inspired.... More »
Calling the moment bittersweet, President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama welcomed thousands of children to the South Lawn of the White House Monday morning for the annual Easter Egg Roll. The egg rolling began in 1878. Now the event includes storytelling, musical performances and tips...
Thousands of people crowded the White House lawn Monday for the 138th Easter Egg Roll, a yearly tradition where children race along the grass while pushing an egg with a long-handled spoon. Barack and Michelle Obama greeted visitorsShow More Summary