But one thing does remain unanswered -- how did Caitlyn pick her name?
Barack Obama News Archive
Are President Obama & David Letterman Going To Spend Their Retirements Together? Hear All About Their Vacation Plans HERE!
When the President stopped by for his last ever Late Show interview, the subject came up that they would both be out of a job soon.
So what are they going to do with their retirement?
Maybe teach law, maybe just play dominoes — either way, it sounds like they'd like to spend some more time together!
See all the silly R&R talk — and a more sincere farewell (below)!
The First Lady donned a Princeton Tigers jersey for the very first ever city-wide College Signing Day with Get Schooled and Detroit College Access Network at Wayne State University. She was joined by R&B songstress Ciara and University of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh to promote post-secondary education to 2,000 students.
Michelle emphasized the importance of going to college:
"I think that this day, the day where you publicly declare where you're going to college, this day should be as glamorous and as exciting as those athletic signing days. This day should be on TV, with fireworks and celebrities."
We couldn't agree more! The rally was part of her Reach Higher initiative. Ch-ch-check out more photos from the event above!
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Michelle Obama Dishes On First Daughters Malia And Sasha! Who's Driving? Who's Dating? Watch & Find Out HERE!
Michelle Obama is all about the fresh fruits and vegetables — so she must not mind dishing a little dirt! LOLz!
The First Lady talked parenting with David Letterman, and maybe ended up revealing more than Sasha and Malia would have liked!
For instance, who is going to parties with boys? And how does President Obama handle it?
And which daughter have the First Parents nicknamed "Grumpy Cat"??
Hear it all straight from the FLOTUS (below)!
The news broke Friday that six Baltimore police officers would indeed be facing criminal charges for their part in the death of Freddie Gray.
Now President Barack Obama has made a statement on the importance of this decision.
The POTUS — and former lawyer — refused to give his legal opinion on the case but did say it was "absolutely vital that the truth comes out."
See his full statement (below)!