In exactly one week, the Obamas will move out of the White House.After eight years, President Barack Obama and his family will move to a new home as his time in office comes to an end. But before it does, the First Family wanted to give the public one last tour of its home—but this time in virtual reality.
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No single decade in recent memory has a monopoly on style. Or questionable exercise methods.A new video, "The History of Exercise," stars Nick Offerman and Michelle Obama looking back on past—and present—contraptions for working out, as a way to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition.
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Families and children could soon see Big Bird popping up on displays of broccoli, or Ernie next to a basket of apples.