Nobody likes a wedding crasher—unless the crasher is Barack Obama.
"I do have some advice for him," said President Barack Obama. "Just some stuff that I've picked up on the way."
It's been 23 years since the first couple merged into the dynamic duo they are today.
During his speech at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Legislative Awards Dinner, President Obama praised a range of Black women, from Sojourner Truth to Michelle Obama
Our globe-trotting POTUS is #travelgoals. President Obama has not only visited Africa more than any other sitting U.S. president, but he has also earned the title of the most-traveled president in American history. Take a look back at some of our favorite times that he has laid footprints across the planet, and see just how much he's loved by the world!
Plus: Chaz Ebert is producing a film about Emmett Till, a public farewell to B.B. King will be held in Las Vegas, the new Tupac biopic launches a crowdfunding campaign, Maya Rudolph sings the national anthem like nobody's business, and more.
President Obama sat down with the show's creator to discuss the drug trade and its impact on American culture.
ESSENCE contributor Zerlina Maxwell rode on Air Force One to witness an amazing moment in history as the first Black president went to the site of an epic moment in the Civil Right Movement on the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma.
The commemoration event in Selma will mark the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday."
President Obama, Beyoncé or the famous Dress? Who will be TIME's most influential person on the Internet?
We take a look back at 22 of our favorite aww-worthy moments from the President and First Lady's beautiful love story.
There's a lot of speculation about what subject President Obama will touch on during tonight's State of the Union Address. What do you want hear from the president?
In an effort to reach out to more young people, President Obama is sitting down for an interview with three popular YouTubers.
"There's no Black male my age, who's a professional, who hasn't come out of a restaurant and is waiting for their car and somebody didn't hand them their car keys," President Obama said.
In his first network interview since the Ferguson grand jury announcement, President Obama sat down with BET to discuss the state of the nation during this time of civic unrest.
"We are a nation built on the rule of law, so we need to accept that this decision was the grand jury's to make," Obama said.