Iowa City, Iowa (CNN) - Her husband may be taking a hiatus from the campaign trail, but first lady Michelle Obama isn't.
She told an audience of supporters in Iowa on Monday that President Obama is putting his political schedule on hold to make Hurricane Sandy "his priority."
(CNN) - Michelle Obama and Ann Romney's dresses drew attention at Tuesday's presidential debate first for their color, and second for the statement they may have made.
While their husbands clashed spectacularly onstage, Obama's and Romney's dresses bore more in common than one might expect of people with their two last names.
(CNN) – First lady Michelle Obama cast her ballot in the presidential election Monday, voting absentee in Illinois 22 days ahead of Election Day on November 6.
A photo of the first lady holding the envelope containing her ballot at the White House was released on the official Barack Obama Flickr account.
White House (CNN) - First lady Michelle Obama will appear again on "Live with Kelly and Michael" in a segment scheduled to air this Friday.
Obama will tape the interview on Wednesday in New York, co-host Kelly Ripa announced on Monday's show which airs on various local stations.
(CNN) - As both presidential candidates prepare for Tuesday's debate - Mitt Romney in Boston and President Obama in Williamsburg, Virginia - their surrogates will be out on the trail.
Paul Ryan, Romney's running mate, will hold a campaign rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin before heading to Cincinnati for a second campaign event. Ann Romney also campaigns in Pennsylvania.
Michelle Obama will hold campaign rallies in Ohio.
See the full schedule after the jump.
Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama has had better weeks, but at least he got to end it in style - and with his wife by his side.
Obama and his wife Michelle celebrated their 20th anniversary with a romantic dinner Saturday night. According to pool reports, the president and first lady ate at the Bourbon Steak restaurant in Georgetown’s tony Four Seasons hotel.
Denver (CNN) - To the political world, October 3 is a high-stakes night in the presidential election. But for first lady Michelle Obama, it's the date night that wasn't.
"I told Barack, 'This, you know, attending a presidential debate on my 20th anniversary is probably the worst way for me to spend (it).' ... I get so nervous at these debates," she said in a recent interview alongside her brother, Craig Robinson.FULL STORY
(CNN) - On the day of the first presidential debate between Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, both candidates are off the trail in preparation mode. Some of their surrogates, however, will hit the road to stump. Bill Clinton will deliver remarks in New Hampshire, while John McCain holds a rally in Florida.
See the full schedule after the jump.
Denver (CNN) - Watching her husband during a presidential debate makes Michelle Obama feels like an anxious mom, the first lady confided in an exclusive interview with CNN.
"I get so nervous at these debates," a laughing Obama told CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin. "I'm like one of those parents watching their kid on the balance beam. You're just standing there trying not to you know, have any expression at all."
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New York (CNN) – He may be known for his cool temperament, but the first lady can bring out another side of President Barack Obama.
"I can make him mad any number of ways," Michelle Obama told ABC's "The View" in an interview set to air Tuesday.