Scott Brown headed to The Dubliner for a Guinness after his swearing-in Thursday.
Gonzaga alum Colin Cloherty recently joined the Indianapolis Colts, and will join them in Miami for this Sunday's Super Bowl.
President Obama plans to host a Super Bowl party at the White House on Sunday.
Nicolle Wallace, communications director under George W. Bush and an advisor to the McCain-Palin campaign, has signed with Atria Books to publish her first novel in October. "Eighteen Acres" (insider jargon for the White House complex) follows the first female president, "Charlotte Kramer," as she and her staff contend with "dangerous threats from abroad and within her very own cabinet."
In an interview with "Inside Edition," Roxanne Marshall says her younger sister "still believes" that a relationship with John Edwards is possible.
The Los Angeles County coroner's office released on Thursday causes of death for actress Brittany Murphy and heiress Casey Johnson.
Washington native Austin Bisnow auditions for "American Idol" -- and doesn't get quite the reaction he was hoping for.
As details from Jenny Sanford's book are released, the world learns that North Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford refused to include the "be faithful" clause in his wedding vows.
Figure skater Johnny Weir says he will switch out the fox fur on one of his uniforms to a faux variety after receiving criticism from animal rights groups.
After a probation violation landed him several weeks in jail, the son of Ryan O'Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett is headed back to a residential treatment center.
Here's what we're reading today: Dozens of stars gather in Los Angeles to record an updated version of "We Are the World." Dan Zak and Jen Chaney break down this year's twice-as-large Best Picture field. And Susan Jacoby addresses five myths about atheists.
Ryan Bingham: Not just George Clooney's Oscar-nominated role in "Up In the Air." He's also a real person, nominated for his music from "Crazy Heart."
A production company that filmed Michelle Rhee for "PBS NewsHour" claims that Davis Guggenheim used 17 seconds of the footage in "Waiting for Superman," without paying for it.
Cosmopolitan editor Kate White says she'd love to snag a centerfold of Sen. Evan Bayh -- if she can't get Scott Brown to do another one, that is.
The president and first lady will skip this month's Winter Games, sending Joe and Jill Biden, Valerie Jarrett and others to Vancouver.
Andrea Mitchell asks Joe Biden if he's been to the movies lately. The answer's yes -- we think.
Here's what we're reading today: Oscar nominations for 2010 are announced. The final season on "Lost" premieres tonight. Lil Wayne's new album is terrible. And Washington-area youngsters say goodbye to Tai Shan.
Before never mentioning it again, we wring every last ounce of noteworthy detail from Andrew Young's "The Politician."
"Sarah Palin: Faith, Family, Freedom" is currently available on newsstands and at convenience stores.
Kristin Bell gets engaged to Dax Shepard, while Miss America 2009 Katie Stam accepts a proposal from boyfriend Brian Irk.
Alex Ovechkin stopped by the Palm after the Capitals' Sunday win against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Here's what we're reading today: Beyoncé had a very good night at the Grammys. Jon Stewart's shots at President Obama are getting noticed. Robin Givhan addresses the awkward marriage of fashion and the Olympic Games. And James Cameron's "Avatar" becomes the highest-grossing film of all time.
In selecting Miss Virginia Caressa Cameron as Miss America 2010, it seemed like the judges made the ultimate zeitgeist choice. But in the view of pageant judge Rush Limbaugh, the 22-year-old Fredericksburg native won simply because she "has it all."
Timothy Geithner, Mark Warner, Joe Lieberman and Kit Bond among those cracking jokes at elite Alfalfa Club dinner Saturday night. President Obama skipped it.
Sen.-elect Scott Brown with Jay Leno Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010 in Burbank. (Stacie McChesney/AP/NBC) "I wish I could host 'SNL' some day." -- Sen.-elect Scott Brown reveals his next improbable quest to National Review Online. The Massachusetts Republican (played...
Rip Torn, 78, was being held on $100,000 bond after police said they found the very drunk actor with a loaded gun inside a bank Friday in Salisbury, Conn., where he lives. Not his first drunken entanglement with the law.
Yes, that was Carlos Allen, the alleged third crasher of White House state dinner fame, who you might have seen in the background at the Grammys red carpet Sunday night.
Another crack in the glass ceiling: CNN's Candy Crowley is taking over the helm as host of "State of the Union," the Sunday morning political program. The veteran correspondent, who's been with the network for two decades, becomes the only female journalist to currently anchor a Sunday morning talk show, and one of the few women ever to hold that position.