Will The Obamas Make Palm Springs Their Post-White House Home?And why not? Chicago has cold winters, Hawaii is far from the mainland. Palm Springs has lots of golf courses. Sounds like a no-brainer.
Obamas Watch The Super Bowl While Eating Nachos And Avoiding The Vegetable TrayThe president says they'll eat wings, pizza and nachos. He says there's also a vegetable tray "that nobody touches."
2 San Bernardino Residents Among Special Invited Guests For President Obama's SOTU AddressIn their many years together, Ryan Reyes says his partner, Daniel Kaufman, showed him what the very best of humanity looks like.
Special Olympic Games Kick Off In LA The First Lady said the athletes were an example to the millions of people watching the event on television.
Special Olympics Athletes Get Ready For World Games That Begin In LA This WeekendThousands of athletes are getting ready to compete in the Special Olympics World Games here in Los Angeles.
Michelle Obama To Open 2015 Special Olympics In Los AngelesThe Special Olympics features athletes with intellectual disabilities competing in such sports as swimming, basketball, track and field, and gymnastics.
LAUSD 'Food Guru' Temporarily Suspended, Accused Of MismanagementThe LAUSD's Inspector General has accused Binkle of mismanagement and a conflict of interest.
37th Annual Kennedy Center Honorees AnnouncedContinuing a longstanding tradition, CBS will broadcast The 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors.
Michelle Obama Wraps Up 2-Day LA VisitFirst lady Michelle Obama spent the last of her visit to Los Angeles speaking at two events benefiting causes she holds close to her heart.
First Lady Begins 3-Day Calif. Visit In LA For Fundraiser, InterviewFirst Lady Michelle Obama Wednesday began a three-day visit to California.
San Fernando Valley School Named After Michelle ObamaSchool board members have approved a plan to rename a San Fernando Valley elementary school after First Lady Michelle Obama.
Bureaus Freeze Celeb Credit Files Following Hacking ScandalThe three major credit bureaus say hackers who have posted credit reports on stars and government officials in recent days did not breach secure databases but relied on personal information they collected elsewhere on the public figures.