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Watch Michelle Obama tell "Today's" Al Roker what she wants her legacy to be and the future of the First Family when her husband's presidency ends.

Mrs. Obama posted the video in light of the eighth anniversary of the White House Kitchen Garden, a byproduct of her "Let's Move!" campaign, which promotes healthy eating among youth. Her "turnip" moment was also inspired by the EDM hit, "Turn Down For What."

It looks like in addition to being a shining light of positivity for girls all over the globe, Sasha and Malia will also be making a splash in the fashion world.

"I've made my decision: Today, I will announce the person I believe is eminently qualified to sit on the Supreme Court," Obama wrote.

Sri Srinivasan, Merrick Garland and Paul Watford -- who, if confirmed, would be the nation's third Black justice after Clarence Thomas and Thurgood Marshall -- were named by the source as the potential nominees, confirming the nation could know as early as Monday who the president chooses.

First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed spring with a warm embrace this week when she wore a floral gown to the White House State dinner for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Our first lady epitomizes strength and compassion and success. There’s just so much I admire about her and one reason is in this short video where she pops in to see students at two schools in Washington, DC. Hey Michelle!! #GetWright @MsMichelWright  

As President Obama's last term comes to an end, we remember the heartwarming family moments that made us fall in love with the first family.

WGN America’s new Underground Railroad drama will screen at the White House on Monday evening, continuing a monthlong celebration of Black History.

With a shimmy and a shake, 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin opened her arms wide and gave the Leader of the Free World, a Black man, a huge hug.

While hosting a reception for Black History Month on Thursday, President Barack Obama greeted the crowd with First Lady Michelle Obama by his side, and of course, he brought the jokes.

In honor of Black History Month 2016, NewsOne will honor the accomplishments of our Black politicians, organizers, entertainers, and everyday people who have undoubtedly contributed to this great nation.