Tough questions, brittle smiles, few answers, as Tareq and Michaele Salahi submit to tense "Q&A Cafe" in Georgetown
There was no table flipping, but it felt like being inside a reality show as Carol Joynt hosted the White House crashers at a Q&A luncheon.
The White House Chief of Staff and the former Deputy Chief of Staff dined at Bistro Bis on Wednesday, albeit not together.
The actor/director came to Capitol Hill to discuss ocean-cleansing technology, seersucker suits.
This can't be about marijuana, can it?
The "Indiana Jones" and "Ally McBeal" stars were married Tuesday in New Mexico ending an 8 year courtship.
Santa wasn't the only one on a private flight last Christmas Eve; senator Diane Feinstein let Harry Reid and Barbara Boxer hitch a ride on her jet.
Both Bloomberg and Fox are claiming they should get Helen Thomas's front-row seat in the White House briefing room -- and taking subtle swipes at each other.
The supermodel did the advocacy thing at the Capitol.
Love, etc.: Megan Fox engaged to Brian Austin Green (again); Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston are...?
The starlet and the dude from the original "90210" are giving it another shot; Bristol and Levi are, well, talking again, anyway.
Can this be the final word on this whole thing?
"Jersey Shore" star has bonded with the Arizona senator in their disapproval of tanning-bed taxing.
Advance copy shows Michaele is all over "Real Housewives." Hank Stuever finds "Top Chef: D.C." dull.
Last week the Wizards owner's widow sold her Middleburg estate, her Rehoboth beach house and the Verizon Center.
The ever-fabulous British pop-singer set aside politics to perform at the conservative pundit's wedding.
The sportscaster is engaged to marry Shelley Lawrence, a Northern Virginia real estate agent.
She's just trying to keep her look consistent with the sound of her new record, "Can't Be Tamed," which, by the way, is not slutty.
The actor has been named a life member, along with Condi Rice, Madeleine Albright and Warren Beatty.
200 of the former Secretary of State's pins will be exhibited at the Smithsonian.
Meet the five not-terribly-representative-of-D.C., not-terribly-well-known (except for Michaele) ladies who will be coming to your TV this August.
Footage of The North Carolina Dem's scuffle with two camera-wielding young men has hit Youtube.
This just in...: Ryan Seacrest's stalker gets maximum sentence; Kid Cudi arrested on drug, violence charges
A man convicted of stalking the "American Idol" host will serve two years in prison; The hip-hop star laid waste to a cell phone and an apartment door.
The young actress employed PVC pipe and black fingerpaint for her protest of Peruvian President Alan Garcia at the White house this month.
The actor checked out the Archives, the chief of staff hit a concert, the billionaire had a burger.
Here's how you know Fred Thompson's not running for office again. A scene from his book party.
So what you'll see when "Real Housewives of D.C." hits TV is entertainment, not documentary.
And our guy Neely Tucker was there, so go read his story.
You won't believe what he asked a Post reporter. Or maybe you will.