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Quebec shooter Alexandre Bissonnette

Right Wing Quick to Misidentify Quebec Shooter as Muslim Man

White House cited massacre as a reason for immigrant ban, but has been silent since gunman was identified as white nationalist with pro-Trump views.

Michelle Obama in Final Speech: ‘I Hope I’ve Made You Proud’

Michelle Obama in Final Speech: ‘I Hope I’ve Made You Proud’

"You see, our glorious diversity — our diversities of faiths and colors and creeds — that is not a threat to who we are, it makes us who we are."

Obama: 'Absolutely' Faced Racism in White House

Obama: ‘Absolutely’ Faced Racism in White House

President Barack Obama addressed his dealings with racism during his historic two terms in the White House.

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Michelle Obama Opens Up About President-Elect Donald Trump’s Win

“I think anything that I felt about the election, I said. And I stand by,” the first lady told PEOPLE magazine.

Negative Tone of White House Race Sours Young Voters

Negative Tone of White House Race Sours Young Voters

The millennial generation's dismal view of the presidential race may discourage young voters from voting in future elections as well, analysts say.

White House Appoints First Transgender Staff Member

Raffi Freedman-Gurspan on Tuesday became the first openly transgender person to work for the White House.

President Barack Obama

Obama Gets Behind Banning LGBT ‘Conversion’ Therapy

The president pushes for the ban of the controversial practice that purports to ‘cure’ LGBT youths and updates White House restroom accommodations for staffers.

Michelle Obama says education is the most important civil rights fight today.

Michelle Obama: Education Is Today’s Important Civil-Rights Issue

During a Black History Month panel discussion at the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama explained why education is a civil-rights issue.

Lee Thornton, the first Black woman to work as White House reporter for CBS, has died.

Groundbreaking White House Reporter Dies

Lee Thornton, an African-American woman who broke network barriers when she started reporting from the West Wing, was 71.

President Barack Obama

Obama Faces Criticism on Multiple Fronts

Is the President’s second-term agenda in jeopardy?