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Malia Obama

Malia Obama
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Malia Obama is the oldest daughter of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. She joins a long legacy of children living in the White House, including most recently the Bush twins, Jenna Hager and Barbara Bush. Malia and younger sister Sasha currently attend the private Sidwell Friends Academy in Washington, D.C.

Photos of Malia Obama from the inauguration created a deal of interest in her dress, which was designed by J. Crew.

The Obama girls' quest for a puppy to join them in the Whit...
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• Click here to see photos of Sasha and Malia Obama

Malia Obama is the oldest daughter of President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. She joins a long legacy of children living in the White House, including most recently the Bush twins, Jenna Hager and Barbara Bush. Malia and younger sister Sasha currently attend the private Sidwell Friends Academy in Washington, D.C.

Photos of Malia Obama from the inauguration created a deal of interest in her dress, which was designed by J. Crew.

The Obama girls' quest for a puppy to join them in the White House as the "first pet" has gained a lot of attention. President Obama has said the dog must be hypoallergenic because Malia is allergic.

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  • 2012 fashion and style around the globe

    London calling The queen's Diamond Jubilee was a chance to look back at 60 years of colorful suits and hats. And everyone seemed more than eager to hop aboard the royal train, including Pantone, which color-coded her highness' most iconic outfits, and...
  • Hundreds of homes destroyed in 7.4 Mexico quake

    Hundreds of homes destroyed in 7.4 Mexico quake
    MEXICO CITY -- Hundreds of houses collapsed after a strong earthquake that rattled residents in southern Mexican resort towns and the nation's capital Tuesday, officials said. The quake had a magnitude of 7.4, according to the U.S. Geological Survey....