Obamas Will Stick Around D.C. After Term Ends

Sasha Obama, right, will be a high school sophomore in January 2017. (Photo by POOL Win McNamee/Getty Images)

President Barack Obama plans to stay in Washington following the end of his term, at least for a little while.  

According to the White House press pool, Obama was dining with supporters of the Affordable Care Act at the Engine Company No. 3 restaurant in Milwaukee on Thursday when he was asked the big 2017 question.  

In the Capitol, Women's Living History

Vaught was honored at Statuary Hall for her achievements in the Air Force. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call)

First lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden kicked off Women's History Month on Wednesday with a Capitol Hill event in Statuary Hall for the Joining Forces initiative, which works to aid service members and veterans.  

“Just one month?” Obama quipped about women's history. The event honored retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Wilma L. Vaught, who stood and saluted the first lady during her remarks. “Every time I see her, I tell her I want to grow up to be just like her,” Obama said.  

Tim Gunn: Female Senate Page Advocate

Gunn wants to update female pages' uniforms. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The uniforms of female Senate pages are not up to the standards of fashion expert Tim Gunn. The co-host of "Project Runway," and now the spinoff "Project Runway Juniors," wanted one of the challenges in the show to be fixing their uniforms.  

But even though female pages are wearing men’s clothes, Congress “refused” to let the show take this on, Gunn told the Daily Mail . He added, “And do you want to know why? They say that they don't want to sexualize the girls. How insulting is that? Can you imagine?” Gunn brought up the uniforms in his 2013 book, “Tim Gunn's Fashion Bible.” He writes that he made a visit to Capitol Hill in 2010 and a teenage girl approached him, asking for his opinion on her clothes. He knew she was a Senate page, he writes, and asked her what she thought of her own outfit.  

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Qualify for Comics Treatment

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Hillary Clinton Chugs Along

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Presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton Friday is dragging campaign reporters — kicking and screaming, no doubt — to one of the happiest places on earth. (No, it’s not Disney World.)

Bluewater Productions Toons Into 2016 Race

Bluewater Productions is looking forward to putting its stamp on anyone and everyone who plans to give the White House a go in the next presidential contest — a daunting proposition that should keep its illustrators busy for months to come.  

Darren Davis, founder of the independent publishing house, waded into the Republican primary fight with the April 14 release of a graphic novel focusing on aspiring POTUS Sen. Rand Paul.  

Yoga Crews Court Congressional Posers

Stressed out about not fitting enough relaxation time into your schedule?  

Don’t sweat it. Yoga enthusiasts are preparing to flex some serious muscle on Capitol Hill.  

Homebrewers Urge Obama to Keep At It

The American Homebrewers Association is hoping to slide a little something under the White House Christmas tree this year: lifetime memberships for President Barack Obama and outgoing-toque Sam Kass.