SPOTTED: Bill Gates, donning black rimmed glasses and a yellow patterned tie, meeting with House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.) and other committee members Tuesday afternoon at the Rayburn House Office Building.
In The Know
The world could soon be hearing a lot less from Maria Shriver — the NBC News journalist and member of the Kennedy clan says someday she’d like to “try a silent retreat.”
The descendants of a former congressman are aiming to publish the autobiography of their grandfather, who they call “history’s most controversial war hero and politician.”
Brothers Brighton and Skyler Jones are launching a fundraising campaign on the website Kickstarter.com to bring the story of ex.-Rep. Douglas Stringfellow (R-Utah) to the masses.
“Over the years we heard so many stories, and there was always controversy surrounding him,” Brighton Jones, 30, tells ITK.
Agents say there would be competition to represent Obamas on real estate market.
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler's daughter was recently moved to outpatient care.
Michelle Obama used the naming of a giant panda cub to celebrate ties with China.
Sen. Claire McCaskill is talking turkey and revealing her trick to cooking a juicy bird.
The Missouri Democrat took to her Tumblr page Wednesday to write about her Thanksgiving Day plans, which includes cooking not one, but two turkeys, for the holiday.
Clint Hill, the Secret Service agent who leapt onto the back of John F. Kennedy’s limousine 50 years ago, says these days, warring politicians in Congress are “hurting the country more than they’re helping.”
Noting how the country united following the assassination of the commander in chief, we asked Hill if there’s anything that could bring a famously fractured Washington together.
The pop star said Obama sets an “abysmal example” on Thanksgiving.