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Melania Trump celebrates the first anniversary of Be Best

She announced plans to expand the program to a broader online safety platform for children

A newspaper apologized for ‘false statements’ about Melania Trump. The writer is sticking by her reporting.

The Telegraph agreed to pay damages after running a story excerpted from a book by Nina Burleigh

Melania Trump is not a ‘reluctant’ first lady, says her spokeswoman in a strongly worded op-ed

Stephanie Grisham, the woman some call Trump’s ‘enforcer,’ went to bat for the first lady

Meet Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump’s enforcer

White House staffers are learning that Grisham is not someone with whom to tangle

Melania Trump is bad at the domestic work of being first lady. Why should anyone care?

It’s outdated to assume these tasks automatically fall to the president’s spouse

‘I am here to shine the light’: Melania Trump discusses the opioid crisis, and those red trees, at Liberty University

Trump has made combating the opioid crisis part of her platform

Melania Trump once again parts with tradition — this time, for the White House’s holiday decorations reveal

A grove of red trees garnered the most attention online

Why Melania Trump got a White House aide fired

Mira Ricardel, deputy national security adviser, is leaving her post

Republicans wish Melania Trump would join her husband on the campaign trail. She won’t.

Instead, she seems to be slowly raising her own profile, on her own terms

In a rare interview, Melania Trump talks marriage, #MeToo and that controversial jacket

It’s the only interview that the first lady has sat for since her husband was elected