VIDEO: Celebrities share their favorite D.C. show

Move over D.C., Hollywood is here to play at the White House correspondents' dinner. Celebrities like Laverne Cox, Gillian Jacobs and Pete Wentz talk about their favorite D.C. shows on the red carpet. (more&...

VIDEO: Taking a spin at the Post’s WHCD pre-party

Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright and former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich were just two of the big names who tried out the Vine 360 machine at The Washington Post's White House correspondents' ...

VIDEO: Americas Most Haunted Houses

Welcome to the newest episode of Travel Chat! Today were breaking down five of the most haunted houses in America. These houses will be sure to give you a healthy dose of the heeby-jeebies so dont be surprised ...

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: What’s a House majority leader, anyway?

There's a House leadership shakeup after Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., lost his primary -- and with it, his seat in Congress. That leaves the majority leader position open, plus questions about who w...

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: Obama Policy On Zero Days Craps Out

Yesterday afternoon, the White House put out a statement describing its vulnerability disclosure policies: the contentious issue of whether and when government agencies should disclose their knowledge of comput...

VIDEO: How to date like a president

Love is in the air -- and at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. This Valentine's Day, Jackie Kucinich takes a look at how past First Couples have celebrated romantic occasions in Washington. (more…)...
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VIDEO: New Lifeline for Home Buyers

The Obama administration wants to create a mortgage market that is more forgiving to borrowers who lost their homes due to the recession -- an effort that could widen the pool of potential homeowners. Nick...