In their quest to play basketball with Obama, the cast of MTV's "The Buried Life" got a surprising amount of help from D.C. officialdom -- but not Sen. Frank Lautenberg, who shunned the cameras.
As her child support case grinds on, a lawyer for Bristol Palin has subpoenaed several media outlets, asking how much they paid Palin's ex, Levi Johnston.
After Shaun White won gold in the men's snowboarding halfpipe event Wednesday night, NBC correspondent Jenna Bush got to ask him some questions.
At a hearing in Los Angeles, a judge praises Chris Brown's progress toward completing his community service.
Elton John shares his religious views during a wide-ranging interview with Parade.
Kathleen Rooney, a staffer for Sen. Dick Durbin, was fired earlier this month after the release of her latest book, "For You, For You I am Trilling These Songs." The autobiographical essays include three chapters about working in a senate office: insider gossip, staff secrets, and a complicated flirtation between the author and her boss, Durbin's state director in Illinois.
George Mason basketball coach Jon Larranaga says President Obama "obviously knows how to pick teams."
"Naked Chef" Jamie Oliver ate lunch at downtown Washington's Jaleo Wednesday, with 9 friends in tow.
Lady Gaga, who is signed to Akon's imprint label at Interscope records, has made it possible for the hip-hop star to retire, he says.
Fashion designer Alexander McQueen committed suicide by hanging himself, officials say; Tareq and Michaele Salahi will be guests of honor on tonight's Brightest Young Things cruise.
Here's what we're reading today: All your lovely questions from today's Reliable Source chat. Robin Givhan's dispatches from New York Fashion Week. And Peter Marks's sneak peek at Arena Stage's new complex.
While you were snowed in: Chris Dodd gets a special dispensation for locals to sled on the Capitol Building's lawn, while Peggy Cooper Cafritz mobilizes a small fundraising army in her Water Street condo.
Sissy Spacek stopped by the Capitol in Richmond on Tuesday to advocate for Virginia's film industry.
After two kids, rocker Joel Madden and reality starlet/fashion designer Nicole Richie plan to get married.
Sen. Scott Brown stopped by Woolly Mammoth on Valentine's Day for the Second City's "Barack Stars: The Wrath of Rahm."
Fox's "24" will halt production for a week so Kiefer Sutherland can undergo surgery on a ruptured cyst. Meanwhile, Chynna Phillips checks into rehab, seeking treatment for anxiety.
Here's what we're reading today: Tom Shales's take on NBC's Winter Olympics coverage. Kevin Smith's outrage at Southwest Airlines. Manuel Roig-Franzia's snapshot of a Haitian village. And the Going Out Gurus' recommendations for Fat Tuesday partying.