After nine months working for the White House, actor Kal Penn is reportedly ready to leave Washington and return to his Hollywood career.
"The Real World: D.C." lingered in our fair city for only three months, but it left many lasting legacies -- including local band Wicked Liquid.
The best-kept secret in Washington are salaries. Which is why the annual compensation for lobbyists and interest groups -- detailed in the new issue of National Journal -- is so intriguing.
This just in: John Malkovich files claim for money lost to Madoff; Bone Thugs-n-Harmony member arrested in Ohio
John Malkovich filed a claim Thursday to squeeze $2.23 million out of what's left of Bernie Madoff's firm. Meanwhile, a member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony was arrested in Ohio for a crime he committed there 12 years ago.
So, Sonia Sotomayor's ex is on "60 Minutes" this weekend. He's talking about biotech, though, not the Supreme Court justice.
Whether they're getting married or getting root canals, members of Congress are making the most of their recess.
Police are investigating salon owner Luke Loy, who allegedly sold over 100 tickets for a promotional concert that never happened.
LL Cool J and Toby Keith have both objected to their inclusion in a new Sarah Palin television show.
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel was in the house at Wilco's Tuesday night show at Strathmore.
Sarah Palin and Washington Speakers Bureau have refused to disclose Palin's appearance fees, but a suit filed last week by a Tennessee businessman against Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips is lifting the veil on her sky-high pricetag.
The Texas state flag was flying upside down outside the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History last week.
Apparently, some people thought Gen. David Petraeus was pondering a presidential run -- but he assures you that he is not.
This just in: Sandra Bullock's husband checks into treatment; Rip Torn pleads not guilty to charges in January armed bank break-in
After his arrest in January, an intoxicated Rip Torn told police he thought he had broken into his own home, not a nearby bank. Sandra Bullock is not adopting her maybe-estranged husband's kids.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy had lunch at Ben's Chili Bowl on Tuesday.
Comedian D.L. Hughley is suing Zanzibar nightclub, claiming he never agreed to headline a recent event there or be used in promotional materials.
The former governor of Illinois, currently appearing on "Celebrity Apprentice," is "in this horrible situation where he's got to be nice," the Donald says in the board room.
Jon Bon Jovi and family celebrated his son's sixth birthday at Buck's Fishing & Camping Sunday; James Gandolfini dined at Zola on Friday.
Hillary Clinton gives "Countdown to Zero" a thumbs-up; the long-awaited film Abramoff movie "Casino Jack," starring Kevin Spacey, has found a distributor.
Nineties pop sensation Ricky Martin announced Monday that he is gay.
It has been a big year for gossip, thus our annual Reliable Source Tournament is crowded with contenders who were barely on our radar a few months ago. But who's going to the Gossip Final Four?