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Read this: Salahi charity under scrutiny, Desirée Rogers, the fate of D.C.'s 'Real Housewives'

Good morning, everyone! Time for an early morning (well, to us, anyway) Read This roundup. Don't forget to submit questions about the Salahis, Chelsea Clinton's engagement, or anything else you're mulling over to today's Reliable Source chat. Amy and Roxanne will start answering them at noon.

Today in Salahi news:

  • The e-mails with Pentagon official Michele S. Jones: Which, if any, questions do they answer? Amy investigates.

  • Neely Tucker and Mary Jordan delve into the murky world of Tareq and Michaele Salahi's signature social event, the annual Land Rover America's Polo Cup.

  • Robin Givhan addresses criticisms of White House social secretary Desirée Rogers, and how her management style may or may not relate to last Tuesday's security breach.

  • Lisa de Moraes brings us the latest updates on Bravo's plans for Washington's "Real Housewives" franchise, as well as more post-mortem on the Salahi's "Today Show" interview.

    UPDATED Tuesday afternoon: See also this report on the hairstylist who says the Salahis owe him $4,000; and Vice President Biden talks about his close enounter with the couple.

    Elsewhere in Style: Tom Shales on President Obama's speech at West Point. Jackie Trescott on the Newseum's latest round of layoffs. And more ever-salient party tips from Sally Quinn.

    Tips? Sightings? E-mail us: And follow us on Twitter: @ReliableSource.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  December 2, 2009; 8:39 AM ET
    Categories:  Read This , Real Housewives of D.C.  
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