Strom Thurmond always brought a date no one expected.
Because of the recess, the congressman had to wait a month to celebrate his 70th with colleagues.
The Oscar-winner did the celebvocacy thing on the Hill; the former Top Chef contender had a clever way of getting a seat in a crowded bar.
The favorite designer of Washington society ladies is still waiting to add another first lady to his resume -- but his proud that his son has beat him to it.
What was billed as a lighthearted 90th birthday tribute to legendary former Maryland governor Marvin Mandel kept going off track as Free State pols jabbed at each other.
A D.C. woman sues MTV for $5 million after she appeared on an episode of the "Real World" and says she was humiliated.
Food Network's Guy Fieri filmed an episode of "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives" around Washington Tuesday.
The former treasury secretary unloaded his Watergate pad for $2.45 million.
Tuesday's book party for Laura Bush at the Kuwaiti Embassy was an exclusive, intimate affair -- for 500 of her closest friends in D.C.
Demi Moore, in advocate mode, wants the government to go harder on johns and pimps, and to look out for their child victims.
After a trainwreck breakup five years ago, the pretty Brits are back together.
This just in: Letterman extortionist Robert Halderman heads to jail; Bret Michaels out of the hospital
Six months for the guy in the Letterman extortion case; Bret Michaels is out of the woods and out of the hospital.
After four decades covering politics, National Journal publisher John Fox Sullivan is poised to become mayor of Washington---that's Washington, VA., population 200.
Michelle Rhee has already picked out the dress for her September wedding to Kevin Johnson: A gown by designer Monique Lhuillier.
People and Time magazine handed out 10 lb. bags full of goodies at their White House Correspondents' cocktail party.
Country singer Chely Wright announces she's a lesbian. "Bones" star David Boreanaz admits he cheated on his wife.
"Nerd Prom" no longer: Celebrities steal spotlight from press, president, politicians, at White House Correspondents' Dinner and after-parties
The White House Correspondents' Association dinner doesn't have much to do with the White House or correspondents anymore. Forget about the "nerd prom" image -- nerds can't get into the parties anymore. Politicians and the press are just playing cameo roles for the celebrities and corporate mucketys who've taken over.
The early reviews are not great: Jay Leno's routine at the White House Correspondents dinner felt stale and flat. Highlights and video here.
If Barack Obama can't get reelected in 2012, at least he'll have his stand-up act to fall back on. Tonight, during his speech at the White House Correspondents' dinner, the president hurled zingers at Arizona Senator John McCain, birthers, and the Jonas Brothers.