At a benefit concert on Thursday night, Stevie Wonder tells First Lady Michelle Obama that he's her husband's biggest fan -- and "not just because he's a black man."
The greatest Washington reality TV show that never was is now available for viewing on the Internet -- and it's basically everything you'd expect it to be.
C-SPAN cameras caught Joe Biden being very Joe Biden with participants in Thursday's health care summit.
The two State Department secretaries spent over two hours at Bibiana Osteri-Enoteca Wednesday night.
This just in: Levi Johnston ordered to pay child support, Sanford divorce to be televised, Dick Gregory extends Haiti fast
A judge tells Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin to sort out their child support issues. The final phase of Mark and Jenny Sanford's divorce is being opened to TV cameras. And Dick Gregory extends his fast for Haiti through April 5.
Donny Osmond explains why overnight fame is so hard for someone like Susan Boyle.
Here's what we're reading today: A Sarah Palin-themed episode of "Family Guy" draws criticism. Veteran weatherman Bob Ryan is leaving Channel 4. Writer Karyn Langhorne Folan is encouraging single black women to embrace interracial romance. And Karl Vick dissects the John Michael Farren case.
That scandalous love affair that rocks your career doesn't have to end in shame and loneliness. Just ask Marion Barry and Donna Watts-Brighthaupt! Or the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Or Rudy and Judith Giuliani.
Andrew Young continues his attrition-slash-book promotion tour with a stop at "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
Fans of LMFAO were surprised to see the rapping duo walking around public areas of Verizon Center after Tuesday night's Black Eyed Peas concert.
Rep. Al Green has a question, or maybe just a comment -- he won't know until he gets to the end which it is.
Here's what we're reading today: Robin Givhan chats with Michelle Obama. Erik Wemple is leaving the Washington City Paper. More street art is planned for northwest Washington. And finalists for this year's PEN/Faulkner prize are named.
Former Rep. Charlie Wilson was buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Tuesday morning; friends remembered him on the Hill later.
This just in: Whitney Houston disappoints in Australia, Charlie Sheen enters rehab, Placido Domingo to undergo surgery
Fans in Australia storm out of a Whitney Houston concert. Charlie Sheen goes to rehab. And Placido Domingo is set to undergo surgery for abdominal pain.
ESPN has suspended Tony Kornheiser from "Pardon the Interruption" for on-air comments trashing his network colleague Hannah Storm's "horrifying outfit," as he called it.
Here's what we're reading today: Canada takes gold in Olympic ice dancing. The Church of Scientology has paid journalists to investigate a rival: the St. Petersburg Times. Washington's 'Art Man' lets DeNeen Brown into his studio. And Nelson Pressley reviews Signature Theater's "Sweeney Todd."
Pop superstar Shakira stopped by the World Bank on Monday to promote the Early Childhood Initiative.
What's in a nickname? Cast members from MTV's "Jersey Shore" hope for trademarks.
In an interview with Megyn Kelly, Scott Brown's daughter Ayla says there's not much her famously-photographed-nude dad could say if she ever decided to pose naked.
Love, etc.: Gold medalists Evan Lysacek and Nastia Liukin are dating, Ryan Phillippe and Abbie Cornish are over, Padma Lakshmi has her baby
Figure skater Evan Lysacek, who won a gold medal Thursday, is dating gymnast Nastia Liukin, star of the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing.
Washington's local newswomen are a surprisingly tight-knit bunch who genuinely seem to like each other, if last week's lunch is any indication.
Maybe-mayoral candidate Vincent Gray had some interesting dining partners; Arnold Schwarzenegger didn't have a lot to talk about with Taylor Hicks
US Ambassador Joseph LeBaron in fight with Turkish ambassador over Hillary Clinton's schedule in Qatar
When ambassadors attack! The U.S. envoy to Qatar got into a smackdown last week with his counterpart from Turkey in a dispute over Hillary Clinton's busy schedule in Doha during the US-Islamic World Forum.
Never wash this hand again? The first lady recommends otherwise.