Malia Obama

During an interview with David Letterman, Barack Obama reflected on what it was like to send his oldest daughter Malia off to Harvard.

It’s reported that former President Obama’s daughter, Malia Obama, could find herself testifying before a grand jury regarding a lawsuit filed against Harvey Weinstein. You may remember Malia Obama was an intern at Weinstein’s production company for three months last year.     It’s reported that:  Sources close to the suit, being prepared by The Armenta […]

Malia Obama had a pretty close call with a crazy civilian this week before Secret Service agents had to grab him and take him into custody. TMZ reports that the former first daughter was at her internship when 30-year-old Jair Nilton Cardoso was detained on April 10 after he showed up at the Weinstein Company offices in […]

Authorities have detained a Brooklyn man who repeatedly followed and harassed Malia Obama. Now that her family is out of the White House, Malia is using her free time to explore her interest in film by interning for producer Harvey Weinstein. Lately, however, her days in the office had been disrupted by an overzealous admirer. […]

After seeing her coat, we don't mind winter sticking around a bit longer!

Barack Obama and his daughter Malia Obama attended an evening performance of “The Price” while visiting New York City on Friday.

The pair enjoyed Arthur Miller's The Price, a play starring Danny DeVito and Mark Ruffalo.

Former president Barack Obama stepped out of a Starbucks during his surprise visit to New York City Friday, to the happiness of a cheering crowd.

As the world mourns The First Family officially leaving the White House, it might be hard to have any positive thoughts, but this good news about the lovely Malia Obama just might help. Already on her way to Harvard, smart and beautiful Malia Obama has earned herself an internship that is the stuff of Hollywood […]

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.

Barbara Bush and Jenna Bush Hager wished the First Daughters well as they embark on their new life outside of the White House.