Michelle Obama says she will donate her inaugural ball gown to the Smithsonian, which will display it alongside other first lady memorabilia in its National Museum of American History.
The Salahis' publicist, Mahogany Jones, submits to a lengthy Q&A in Sister 2 Sister magazine.
It woudn't be Oscar season without some old fashioned controversy. The latest: Sacha Baron Cohen's "Avatar" sketch is cut from the show; "The Hurt Locker" gets hit with a stolen identity suit.
Mike Million's "Tenure" ended up going straight to DVD, despite recognizable stars and a meager yet workable budget.
Sean Penn tells CBS News's Lara Logan that he hopes critics of his relief work in Haiti "die screaming of rectal cancer."
Here's what we're reading today: All about Karl Rove's memoir. A step dancing competition turns into a firestorm. Danielle Steel talks the Dalai Lama and dog poop. And the Kennedy Center names a new chairman.
Karl Rove's book, "Courage and Consequence," hits shelves March 9. We present some highlights.
As part of his work with Virginia's Internet Crimes Against Children task forces, Erik Estrada visited Richmond on Wednesday to urge better law enforcement funding.
After the Smithsonian rejected a donation of O.J. Simpson's famous tan suit, other museums are lining up with offers. And "Hurt Locker" producer Nicholas Chartier is disinvited from the Academy Awards ceremony this Sunday after an oblique negative reference to "Avatar," his film's main Oscar competitor, in an e-mail to Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences members.
Singer Keyshia Cole has given a birth to a baby boy.
Jay-Z had birthday wishes from the stage for a White House staffer's kid.
Read this: Desirée Rogers's style will be missed, Jim Bunning's name will be a verb, Kate Gosselin will be on 'DWTS'
Here's what we're reading today: Desirée Rogers is leaving Washington, leaving many fashion industry types concerned about the state of Washington's style sense. Sen. Jim Bunning's last name has become a verb -- and not a very nice one. Kate Gosselin will join Evan Lysacek, Erin Andrews and others on "Dancing With the Stars."
The Obamas spent the weekend skiing, tubing and taking lessons at Ski Liberty in Pennsylvania.
Scott Brown was spotted carrying a copy of Chuck Schumer's "Positively American: Winning Back the Middle-Class Majority One Family at a Time."
This just in: Lil Wayne's sentencing delayed again, Tiger Woods back at home, Naomi Campbell accused of assaulting limo driver
After a fire at the courthouse, Lil Wayne once more evades the beginning of his prison time. Tiger Woods is back at home after an intensive week of family therapy. And cops in New York City are searching for Naomi Campbell after her limo driver called 911.
The Smithsonian has declined an offer to add O.J. Simpson's tan suit -- which he was wearing on the day in 1995 he was acquitted of killing his ex-wife -- to its collections.
Julianna Smoot, the Obama administration's new social secretary, will likely feel right at home with President Obama's golf-loving ways: Her dad is retired golfer Ed Smoot.
They had grand plans to move back to Washington -- and into a $9 million Embassy Row home -- but Connie Chung and Maury Povich changed their minds.
Spotted around town over the weekend: George Lopez and Joe Biden.
Christina Milian gave birth to a baby girl on Friday.
Michael Douglas -- talking about himself, not his son -- says second-generation actors have a hard time of it.
Here's what we're reading today: Some Iraq war veterans are giving Best Picture nominee "The Hurt Locker" bad reviews. Howard Kurtz dissects the imperfect art of public apologies. Hank Stuever previews PBS's new take on Dolley Madison. And Going Out Guide recommends the best of this week in free stuff.
The USNS Charles Drew was christened in honor of the pioneering African American doctor by his three surviving children, including former D.C. councilmember Charlene Drew Jarvis, and splashed into San Diego Bay Saturday.
What's an enterprising ex-White House Social Secretary to do? If she's smart, Desirée Rogers can leverage her year as the nation's top party planner into a whole new career
This Just In: Marie Osmond's son dies, Oprah gives Art Smith a big check, "Hurt Locker" producer in trouble with Academy Awards
An Osmond child suicide; Oprah's nice birthday gift for her chef; a "Hurt Locker" controversy.