The Obamas are ready to host their second state dinner. It will take place on May 19 and the guest of honor will be Mexican President Felipe Calderon.
Jesse James has apologized for "poor judgment" that brought "pain and embarrassment" to wife Sandra Bullock and his three kids.
Lance Armstrong takes to Twitter after hearing Tony Kornheiser's comments about cyclists who ride their bikes on the street.
Elizabeth Edwards "disgusted" by Rielle Hunter pictures, interview (wait, should we be surprised by that?), but "at peace"; Hunter takes responsibility for photos
The ugliest soap opera in America moved from GQ and "The View" to People and "Today" on Thursday morning.
In town to urge lawmakers to repeal the military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy, Kathy Griffin was honored at a dinner at Ris restaurant on Tuesday night.
Joe Biden took President Obama's place at the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association dinner Wednesday night, and delivered some typically veepish humor.
In an interview with Esquire magazine, the falling NBA star says he "wasn't using longevity thinking" when he brought guns into the Washington Wizards locker room.
Michelle Obama and Valerie Jarrett celebrated the birthday of Chicago pal Kelly Dibble at The Source on Tuesday.
Rapper DMX is sentenced to six months in jail in Arizona for drug use; tapes of Ronald Reagan on "GE Theater" have been restored to broadcast quality for use in the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
What we're reading today: "Glee" fans will spare little expense for a glimpse of the Fox show's stars. National Geographic extends the hours for its blockbuster Terra Cotta Warriors exhibit. And Janelle Monáe does not disappoint at the Black Cat.
In 1976, actor Peter Graves and his wife attended a state dinner at the White House at the invitation of then-President Gerald Ford. But lost luggage nearly prevented them from making the party.
This just in: Michael Jackson's estate inks record-breaking deal, Johnny Weir not participating in Stars on Ice
Sony has cinched history's most lucrative music deal with the Jackson estate for distribution rights through 2017; organizers of the Stars on Ice tour deny Johnny Weir's claim they excluded him for not being "family-friendly."
Miley Cyrus says she realizes her Twitter habit was causing her to lose her own privacy.
Once again, actor Gary Busey puzzles red carpet interviewers on Oscar night.
"Ghosts Don't Exist," the low-budget horror flick financed by Chris Cooley and his brother Tanner, will likely go straight to DVD, the director tells us.
Hey, isn't that: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia celebrate birthdays at Inn at Little Washington on same night
The Inn at Little Washington played host to two different Supreme Court justices Saturday night -- and both were celebrating their birthdays.
Rielle Hunter pictures in GQ are "repulsive," made her cry -- but now see video of the photo shoot too!
On Monday's episode of "The View," Barbara Walters says Rielle Hunter told her over the phone that she had cried for two hours over photos of her that accompany an interview in GQ magazine.
After seven years of marriage, Kate Winslet and director husband Sam Mendes are calling it quits.
Rielle Hunter speaks for the first time in GQ interview about John and Elizabeth Edwards, Andrew Young, and the big-money donors
After two years of silence, Rielle Hunter speaks out in an extensive new GQ interview: She's still in love with "Johnny," who she slept with the day they met. She thinks his marriage was "toxic" and "abusive." And that it was Andrew Young's idea for the cover-up in which he claimed paternity.
HBO is gearing up to film an adaptation of "Too Big to Fail," a chronicle of the financial crisis. Who should star as the Washington players?
California officials say Corey Haim may have been linked to a major prescription-drug ring -- the late teen idol's name was found on a prescription in the course of their investigation.
Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jamie Kennedy? Over.