VIDEO: State of the Union do’s and don’ts

President Obama has a lot of handshaking to do at the annual State of the Union address. If you plan to greet him there, leave those high fives and questions for him at home. (more…)...

VIDEO: Secrets to the best SOTU seats

Ever since Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.) was elected to Congress in 1989, he has snagged one of the most coveted seats every year at the State of the Union. He explains what it takes to shake the president's hand w...

VIDEO: How to get into the hottest D.C. parties

The D.C. party scene is attracting more and more of a Hollywood edge, making it far more star-studded then it's ever been. Here are some tips on how to get into the most glam parties of the year in the nation's...

VIDEO: Comedians attempt to impersonate Jay Leno

Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Jerry Seinfeld are but a few of the top entertainers that were challenged to impersonate Jay Leno at the 17th Annual Mark Twain Prize. Leno was awarded the prize, following in the ...

VIDEO: Chris Brown’s legal troubles

R singer Chris Brown has woven quite the legal web since he allegedly punched a fan outside a posh D.C. hotel last October. As he returns to court for his misdemeanor assault charges Wednesday, the Reliable Sou...

VIDEO: The private life of Jacqueline Kennedy

In a September 2013 interview, Anita McBride, former chief of staff to Laura Bush, explains how Jacqueline Kennedy created a home for herself at the country's most famous address. (more…)...

VIDEO: These celebrities shook up the WHCD

The White House correspondents’ dinner was started in the early 20th century. It has changed dramatically over the years, thanks in large part to these celebrities. (more…)...