The writer's son says it's all just as lucky accident that the author ended up next door to his subject.
Reggie Love greets his Duke Blue Devils in their first White House visit since his 2001 championship season
The president's personal assistant says he never imagined back in 2001 that he'd return to the White House as a staffer.
John Podesta's wife recovering from traffic accident; M.I.A. lashes out at author of profile.
The actor took a turn in the audience; the rapper/activist was back in town.
He just wasn't cool with her new Hollywood lifestyle.
Barbara Bush made her first appearance at the National Press Club Wednesday to talk about Global Health Corps, the nonprofit public health group she founded two years ago. A 2003 trip to Africa with her parents sparked her interest in global health issues; now the Yale humanities major sends young post-grads students to underserved communities in the United States and Africa to provide basic health care.
Oprah Winfrey is shutting down her Angel Network---the charity announced this week that it is no longer accepting donations and will end all grants.
That's what doing "The Price of Beauty" was like, she says.
Also: Where she's living these days, how her parents learned she was pregnant, and Willow's prom dress.
Redskins new QB Donovan McNabb buys $2.1 million house in Great Falls, ready to play basketball with the president
Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb has officially moved to Washington: two moving vans unloaded Saturday at a $2.1.million house (5 bedrooms, 7 baths) in Great Falls, a favorite neighborhood of Redskins players.
Author Joe McGinniss has rented the Wasilla house next to Sarah Palin, subject of his forthcoming book; David Byrne sued Florida Gov. Charlie Crist for using "Road to Nowhere" in a campaign ad.
The soccer superstar hit Marvin and Buddha Bar.
Jesse James told ABC News that the photo of himself giving a Nazi salute was a "joke" at the time, but now "it's not funny."
The Salahis do a gag on "Late Show with David Letterman."
Joe Vide, battling cancer, gets help from former D.C. United teammate Bryan Namoff and "Couture for a Cure."
A year after he was released from D.C. United, former major league soccer player Joe Vide is battling Hodgkin's disease, and friend and former teammate Bryan Namoff is trying to help him out with a fundraiser this week.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey was offered the top job at the Motion Picture Association of America last week, but there are plenty of details to hammer out before it's a done deal.
Channel 7 news anchor Gordon peterson is selling his Georgetown townhouse and moving right next door.
An L.A. judge ordered Lindsay Lohan to undergo weekly random drug tests, attend alcohol education classes and wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet.
Eric Massa's conversations with Esquire, now hitting the newsstands, are as weird as everything else you've read about him.
Russian embassy makes up for lost time with the Opera Ball, its dazzling entry onto D.C. social scene
The social Cold War is over: The Russians have finally arrived as major Embassy Row players. For years they sat on the sidelines as the A-list embassies (France, Britain, Italy) played host to the splashiest Washington parties. So Friday's Opera Ball -- the first ever held at the Russian embassy -- was a spectacular coming-out for ambassador Sergey Kislyak and his country.
The NYC socialite-turned-reality star paid a call to D.C.'s fashion scene.
The rapper responds to complaint about him pulling out of the DC Black Pride event.