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President Obama relaunched his web site, BarackObama.com, and he and the former First Lady are set to work together as private citizens.

Billionaire businessman Richard Branson challenged President Obama to a water sport challenge while on vacation in the British Islands.

Instead of watching the orange one lift his hand to pledge allegiance to the presidency, here's 5 things Black people can do to make January 20th a little less painful.

Michelle Obama's visit on Wednesday was her last as First Lady, but we have a feeling it won't be the last time we see her as a guest on Fallon's couch,.

Carl Paladino admits his racist remarks about the Obamas were 'inappropriate.' But he refuses to resign his school board post.

West Virginia nonprofit director Pamela Ramsey Taylor lost her job after she referred to first lady Michelle Obama as an "ape in heels" in a November Facebook post. The termination coincided with a state agency vowing to keep a closer watch on the nonprofit Clay County Development Corp. following weeks of controversy.

A Trump campaign official faces backlash over racist remarks about the Obamas. His son is among the critics.

Pamela Ramsey, a West Virginia non-profit director, will be allowed to return to work after calling Michelle Obama an "ape in heels."

It's speculated that the interview will focus on FLOTUS's 8-year-impact and her future plans once the Obamas leave the White House on January 20.

Check out these ten reasons why we'll always be thankful for the flyest FLOTUS ever, Michelle Obama.