Obama Girls Wear J. Crew in Moscow

Malia and Sasha Obama are decked out in J. Crew. Photo: AFP/Getty Images
Sasha and Malia Obama landed in Moscow this week -- and when they stepped off Air Force One, they were wearing J. Crew coats and shoes. How do we know? Because J. Crew issue...

Obama Girls Take in Paris Shopping

Sasha Obama leaves Paris boutique Bonpoint. Photo: Bauer-Griffin
When Sasha and Malia Obama accompanied their parents to France last month, they visited some iconic historical landmarks. They lit candles at Notre Dame cathedral and explored the ...

Barack Obama Celebrates First Father's Day in the White House

In January, "Parade" magazine published a letter that Barack Obama wrote to his daughters, which was really a letter about his hopes for all of America's children. This Sunday, the President will celebrate his first Father's Day in the White House...

Obama Girls Take Paris

In 1962, President John Kennedy went to France, where he introduced himself by saying, "I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris." Barack Obama may very well find himself using some version of Kennedy's quip this weekend: He's taking ...

Obama Girls Get Their Dog

So what was in your Easter basket? Jelly beans, perhaps? Peeps? (I like Peeps.) A chocolate bunny or four? How about a puppy? Sasha and Malia got their very own Easter Beagle yesterday – well, Easter Portuguese Water Dog. Close enough. Th...

Sasha And Malia Get Surprise Swing Set

The adorable first daughters had a nice surprise when they got home from school yesterday. Not the puppy (not yet, anyway), but something almost as good -- a brand new wooden swing set. They squealed with delight upon seeing it, said a spokeswoman...

Sasha and Malia - New Home, Same Rules

Think First Daughters Sasha and Malia Obama will be waited on hand and foot in their new digs? Ha. According to the new issue of PEOPLE, the rules are the same in the White House as they were in their home in Chicago. Sasha, 10, and Malia, 7, a...

Sasha and Malia Dolls Selling for $3,000 on eBay

There's more trouble in toyland. Despite being pulled off from the shelves and given new names, those controversial Sasha and Malia dolls are hot-hot-hot, going for up to $3,000 on eBay. Ty, the makers of Beanie Babies, introduced the dolls a few ...


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