Hollywood sent an eclectic mix of ambassadors for White House Correspondents' Dinner weekend. The stars of Washington-based "Scandal," "Veep" and "House of Cards" have a heavy presence. There's a…
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WASHINGTON — As D.C. insiders fanned out at more than a dozen parties in advance to this year's White House Correspondents Assn. dinner, the talk has been of who isn't here — the unending parade of…
Journalist Patrick Gavin has covered the White House Correspondents Assn. dinner for nearly a decade, but he's leaving Politico to put D.C.'s celebrity-driven gala under the microscope of a two-hour…
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An eclectic list of stars like Julianna Margulies, Brad Paisley, Jessica Simpson and Lupita Nyong'o and a hefty dose of “Scandal” and “House of Cards” cast members will descend on Washington this…
“Community” star Joel McHale will be the featured entertainer at this year's White House Correspondents Assn. dinner on May 3. McHale, who also hosts “The Soup” on E!, will follow in the footsteps of…
Latenight host Conan O'Brien took aim at Washington, his former boss Jeff Zucker's CNN and the “Duck Dynasty” cast in his comedic remarks at Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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The 2013 White House Correspondents' Assn. Dinner saw host Conan O'Brien and President Obama dish an abundance of insider barbs.
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Stars ranging from "Scandal's" Tony Goldwyn to "House of Cards'" Kevin Spacey turn heads at Beall Washington House.