James Cameron, Sigourney Weaver, and a lot of serious talk (look, Tom Friedman's here!) about "Avatar" and climate change.
Jenny Sanford is dating again.
Danny Glover left the usual celeb track for the Benning library; Dennis and Elizabeth Kucinich went vintage bargain-hunting at the Salvation Army.
Garth Brooks has friends in high places: Congressmen sing to country star at GRAMMYs on The Hill event (VIDEO)
Members of Congress serenaded Garth Brooks with his own hit, "Friends in Low Places," at the GRAMMYs on the Hill event in D.C. Wednesday night.
The most adorable member of the Obama family -- First Dog Bo -- celebrated his first year in office Wednesday with little fanfare. But then, the Portuguese Water Dog doesn't realize he's internationally famous.
Dmitry Medvedev at a rock concert; Joe Biden at a George Will party; Kevin Bacon catching a lift.
After nearly 13 years in his eighth marriage, Larry King filed for divorce on Wednesday from Shawn Southwick-King, his rep confirmed.
Kyle MacLachlan and Jeff Daniels come to Capitol Hill to push for increased funding for the National Endowment for the Arts -- and they're not nearly as creepy as they seem in the movies.
Graduating liberal-arts major gets job! Catholic University student wins "Young Artist" prize, gets acting gig
Patrick Thomas Cragin received Signature Theatre's first "Young Artist" prize -- presented by Stephen Sondheim -- and got the role of Kenickie in the national touring company of "Grease" the next day.
This just in: Jackie Kennedy interviews to be released, Pamela Anderson owes $493K in unpaid income tax
More than six hours of audiotaped interviews with Jackie Kennedy will be released next year; Pamela Anderson made the list of California's 250 top tax deadbeats.
Yes, that guy at the bar was totally the dude from "Hurt Locker."
Dennis Quaid artfully ducked the question of whether he'd play John Edwards in the inevitable biopic. The actor was in D.C. to speak at the National Press Club Monday about medical safety.
More details from Kitty Kelley's new book on Oprah Winfrey, leaking out all over the Web so you don't have to buy the book anymore.
Garry Trudeau was just another conventioneer at the Military Bloggers Conference; David Miliband did some shopping before the Nuclear Security Summit.
Polo of go-go band TCB is in a coma and "fighting for his life." Elizabeth Taylor is not getting married.
In Kitty Kelley's new book, Oprah comes off as a demanding diva unwilling to lift a finger -- or foot -- if she doesn't feel like it during a visit to a Washington DC antique store.
Jim Carrey's final message on the Tiger Woods scandal: "My people called and said I might have to tame my tweets a little."
Mayor-for-Life Marion Barry and an unidentified female were spotted having drinks in Rehoboth Beach.