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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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  • Obama's Trip to Include Health-Care Work

    Obama's Trip to Include Health-Care Work
    Reporting from Providence, R.I. -- President Barack Obama heads to the island resort of Martha's Vineyard today for a family vacation likely to be interspersed with talk of -- and work on -- his drive to pass a health-care overhaul this fall. The...
  • Obama's luau: Lei it on for Congress

     
    by Mark Silva That report on the congressional luau on the tiki torch-lined South Lawn of the White House, inhabited by that president who was born in Hawaii: A crowd of congressmen and women and families in colorful attire --......
  • Obama to Washington: Toughen up

     
    by Mark Silva and updated President Barack Obama and his two young daughters have a message for Washington, based on years of wintry experience in Chicago: Toughen up. Just a few inches of snow, followed by melting and then overnight......
  • Baltimore-area schools incorporate inauguration into lessons

    They wrote speeches and poems and plotted graphs with the ages of presidents upon inauguration. Yesterday's inauguration of Barack Obama provided boundless learning opportunities for students in area classrooms - assuming they were in school. Baltimore...
  • Pressure on Obama daughters to be role models

    By some standards, 7-year-old Sasha and 10-year-old Malia Obama are typical American girls who get giddy over ice cream, the promise of a new puppy and the Jonas Brothers. But next week, when they officially become America's first daughters, they will...
  • President-elect: 'You can call me Barack'

     
    by Mark Silva On the eve of Thanksgiving, the president-elect and his wife and young daughters turned up at a food bank on Chicago's South side. Ten-year-old Malia Obama and 7-year-old Sasha Obama joined their parents in shaking hands and......
  • Mini fashion plates in red and black

    Like mother, like daughters. Ten-year-old Malia Obama's dress on Election Night is causing its own mini-fashion frenzy. The $110 red silk taffeta dress by Biscotti Inc. was on the brink of selling out at specialty stores around the country even before...
  • Allergist offers advice on Obama dog debate

    The Obamas' quest for the future First Dog has left some allergists howling. Medical experts contend media reports of the family's desire to adopt a dog that won't trigger 10-year-old Malia Obama's allergies has left the public with the wrong...
  • First-family-to-be gets code names

    The Secret Service traditionally has given pithy, private names to those whose lives they protect. The monikers are a throwback to a time when electronic communications were not encrypted, and they no longer serve a security function. Still, they give...