A reporter for the Washington Examiner was told to apologize or lose her job after asking Sean Penn about critics of his work in Haiti.
What's next for 2000 S St. NW? New tenants are moving in on Monday. Meanwhile, a couple who met during "Real World: DC" filming are still going strong.
Bill Gates dines at the St. Regis Hotel; Tim Geithner and family take in a set by the band One Lane Bridge at Flanagan's Harp & Fiddle.
NBA star Shaquille O'Neal and wife Shaunie have reached a divorce settlement.
This just in: "Top Chef" is coming to D.C.; Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg honor veterans, promote 'The Pacific' on the Mall
"Top Chef" to be filmed in D.C... Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg honored veterans on the Mall while promoting their new mini-series, "The Pacific."
Heidi Montag says husband Spencer Pratt is no longer "the face of my business or managing my career." Instead, she has hired a psychic.
Read this: Are D.C.'s 'Real Housewives' doomed? Also: Hillary Clinton's State Dept. circle, Conan O'Brien's Twitter buddy
Here's what we're reading today: Bravo doesn't even mention "Real Housewives of D.C." when it discusses plans for new "Housewives" franchises. Hillary Clinton has widened her inner circle during her first year helming the State Department. And Conan O'Brien's new Twitter buddy is tasting the benefits of closeness to fame.
Kenny Feld, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus heir, wants Rabbi Joshua Burrows to testify about what happened on a night in 2007 that caused Feld's sister to file a $110 million lawsuit against him. Burrows, now living in New York, doesn't want any part of the ugly family fight and has filed a motion to quash the subpoena.
The lobbyists clobbered the lawmakers 7-2 in this year's Congressional Hockey Challenge, which raised over $52,000 for the Fort DuPont Ice Hockey Club.
In a recent interview, France's first lady denies rumors of marital discord, calling her relationship with Nicolas Sarkozy "a fairy tale."
Sean Penn dined at Bistro Bis with Dennis and Elizabeth Kucinich; Betsey Johnson was spotted at the W Hotel.
"There's nothing you can say to people, particularly to family members, within a day or two of the show, that helps at all," an official explains, saying that excluding Fawcett was not an oversight.
Here's what we're reading today: Former Rep. Eric Massa's very public meltdown is yielding some jaw-dropping "tickle fight" news. Michelle Rhee's fiance, Kevin Johnson, isn't resting on his laurels. And David Letterman's alleged extortionist has pleaded guilty.
This week Washington will be overrun by celebrities -- Tom Hanks! Sean Penn! Reese Witherspoon! -- but only a few actually climbed a mountain for their cause.
First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver 2010 commencement speeches at Anacostia Senior High School and University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff -- and possibly George Washington University, as well.
This just in: Bill Clinton to headline Gridiron dinner, Serendipity to take over empty Nathans space
President Obama is missing the Gridiron dinner for the second year in a row, but Bill Clinton will fill in. The empty corner property that once housed Nathan's restaurant in Georgetown will be overtaken by Serendipity, a landmark New York City ice cream shop.
Lindsay Lohan is suing E-Trade for $100 million, claiming they used her name without permission by naming a baby "Lindsay" and referring to her as a "milkaholic" in a recent commercial.
Thanks to Elinor Burkett, this year's Best Documentary Short acceptance speech was among the Academy Awards' most memorable moments.
At a glittery alternative Oscars soiree, outgoing White House social secretary Desireé Rogers says she has no regrets -- and no comments on who designed her outfit.
Sandra Bullock ('82) joins other Oscar-winning Washington-Lee alums Shirley MacLaine ('52) and Warren Beatty ('55).
Ronnie Barrett, a colorist who worked for Andre Chreky, said he harassed her on multiple occasions, including a 2004 incident in which he allegedly shoved her down in a chair in his office and demanded oral sex.
This just in: Lil Wayne heads to prison, Placido Domingo recovering from colon cancer surgery, Frank Herzog retiring
Lil Wayne has finally started his prison term. Placido Domingo is recovering from colon cancer surgery. And sportscaster Frank Herzog is retiring after four decades on the air.
All about last night's Academy Awards: The winners, the telecast, the fashion, the parties.
Sandra Bullock accepts her Razzie Award Saturday night. (Dan Steinberg/AP) And the Oscar for being a Good Sport goes to . . . Sandra Bullock, who snagged the prize for worst actress of 2009 at the Golden Raspberry (Razzie)...
Larry King with Eddie "Elvis" Powers. (Chris Savas) * * * * UPDATE: We have corrected this item to reflect that Aretha Franklin's appearance at the previous weekend's Larry King Cardiac Foundation Gala was not her first performance in...
Chris Matthews, left, with incoming Kennedy Center chairman David Rubenstein Saturday night. (Daniel Schwartz) Three days after he was elected chairman of the Kennedy Center, David Rubenstein made his unofficial debut Saturday as the new guy in charge --...
Brad Paisley at the 2008 American Music Awards.(Chris Pizzello/AP) Brad Paisley is recovering from an onstage fall Saturday during a concert in South Carolina. The country singer was performing his encore song, "Alcohol" (really), when he stumbled and "hit...