| A hue of blue inspired by the waters of Hawaii is a prominent feature of the Obama state china service being unveiled by the White House. Michelle Obama's office says the first lady chose what's being called "Kailua Blue."
| As school children continue to protest Michelle Obamas push for healthier lunches by dumping their full trays into garbage bins, the nations school boards are joining in to demand that the Obama administration let them off the hook of serving the costly and tasteless meals.
| First lady Michelle Obama, going to bat for Senate Democrats amid reports she is abandoning them on the campaign trail, is warning that control of the chamber and the potential Republican impeachment of her husband rests on just a few votes.
| Comedian Jodi Miller reports, "NBC News now refuses to use the phrase 'illegal immigrant' while reporting on America's current border crisis. They now use the phrase 'Obama's house guest from south of the border."
| Today First Lady Michelle Obama begins a campaign to fight the food industry and members of Congress who are attempting to fight her healthy lunch standards in schools set in 2010. School officials complain that children do not eat the healthy food and that it is too expensive to maintain. The School Nutrition Association said: "The White House needs to hear from the majority of school cafeteria professionals who are struggling to make these standards work." Obama meets today with school officials and health nutrition experts to begin her fight to keep the standards in place.
| A young girl handed the First Lady her unemployed father's CV Thursday during the White House's annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. "My dad's been out of a job for three years," Charlotte Bell, 10, told the First Lady," and I wanted to give you his résumé."
| As Ukraine's sovereignty breaks up, and Obamacare implodes, Mrs. Obama does a photo shoot in China. Playing ping-pong and painting calligraphy, it looks like something out of a Chinese state propaganda film.
| Nutrition labels are about to undergo a major overhaul, Michelle Obama announced from the White House Thursday. "The truth is that too often it is nearly impossible to get the most basic facts about the food we buy for our families," the First Lady claimed. Changes will include putting the calorie count in a larger font so it is "not buried in the fine print" and specifying whether sugar is natural or added.