The White House Correspondents' Dinner, a scholarship and awards event for journalists, has become a star-studded, glitzy, and E!-friendly bash. Some fear it's sending the wrong message.
At an Obama fundraiser this week, Vogue Editor Anna Wintour promoted a line of campaign gear by top designers. But in many ways it doesn't seem to square with the times.
Today's American politics needs the mix of humor and civility heard on NPR's soon-to-end "Car Talk." Mass culture that includes self-deprecatory jokes and a friendly tone can influence the nation's political discourse.
At the White House Correspondents’ Dinner over the weekend, President Obama went after every subgroup gathered in the giant ballroom – as well as Mitt Romney.
A little sleuthing of public documents from past White House Correpondents' Dinners suggests the night's entertainment, Jimmy Kimmel, netted in the vicinity of $50k for his comedic services.