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'Real Housewives of Potomac' Premiere: 5 Questions That Need to Be Answered
The latest Bravo spin-off, "The Real Housewives of Potomac," premiered Sunday night, introducing the TV world to six new "housewives" of the suburban Maryland city. Between the show introductions, there was plenty of shade-throwing and one-liners to keep "Housewives" enthusiasts entertained. Still,
Meet Joe Clancy: The Man Who's Now Running the Secret Service
After the resignation of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson earlier this week, the agency has brought in Joe Clancy to temporarily lead the elite unit charged with protecting the president of the United States and his family until a permanent replacement is hired. Secret Service...
The Worst White House Security Breaches of All Time
After Omar Gonzalez of Texas scaled the north fence and entered the White House Friday, the Secret Service immediately began clamping down on security protocols. But this is hardly the first time an intruder has managed to gain access to the White House grounds, one of the most historic and
White House Party Crasher Now Trying to Crash Virginia Congressional Race
Notorious White House party crasher Tareq Salahi is back – and this time he’s found another high-profile event to barge into: the race for Virginia’s 7th congressional district. Salahi told ABC News that he is planning to jump into the race and face off against...
State Dinner Curse Strikes Again With French President Visit
Looks like French President Francois Hollande will attend Tuesday’s state dinner tout seul . Since Hollande split with live-in girlfriend Valérie Trierweiler , France’s de facto first lady, amid allegations of an affair with 41-year-old actress Julie Gayet, the White House has likely been puzzling
Know When To Fold 'Em: Wave of Retirements Sweep Congress (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES AND THEN THERE WERE THREE: Three members of Congress — one veteran Democratic House member, Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah, and two Republicans — Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., and Rep. Tom Latham, R-Iowa — announced yesterday that they will not be...
State Dinner Crasher Tareq Salahi to Run for Congress
The man best known for crashing a state dinner at the White House is launching another run for public office. Tareq Salahi announced today that he will seek the Republican nomination for retiring Rep. Frank Wolf’s seat in Virginia’s 10th District. Salahi previously ran in...
Neal Schon, Michaele Salahi Plan Pay-Per-View Wedding
Perhaps fitting for a woman who came to fame for crashing a party at the White House, Michaele Salahi and her fiance, Journey guitarist Neal Schon, are letting fans crash their wedding — via Pay-Per-View. The couple will tie the knot at a televised ceremony...
What It Takes to Get Fired From the Obama Administration
Call it "Survivor: White House" edition. Over the past week, one high-profile cabinet secretary managed to dodge an onslaught of Republican demands for her resignation while a lesser-known national security aide got the boot for a series of snarky anonymous tweets. In fact, history has shown that
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