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The Party Crashers

Michaele and Tareq Salahi, a couple from Northern Virginia, are at the center of a controversy after they gained admission, uninvited, to a White House state dinner on Nov. 24, 2009.

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The Party Crashers
Photos | Michaele and Tareq Salahi, a couple from Northern Virginia, are at the center of a controversy after they gained admission, uninvited, to a White House state dinner on Nov. 24, 2009.
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The Party Crashers
Photos | Michaele and Tareq Salahi, a couple from Northern Virginia, are at the center of a controversy after they gained admission, uninvited, to a White House state dinner on Nov. 24, 2009.
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Virginia will probe Salahis' Polo Cup
Article | The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services on Thursday began a formal investigation into the America's Polo Cup, the business entity run by Michaele and Tareq Salahi that the couple says raises funds for their charitable organization, as a host of other problems became apparent for...
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White House silence keeps saga of Salahi breach alive
Article | Case closed. That's the verdict the White House has emphatically handed down on the embarrassing and troubling security breach a fame-craving Virginia couple performed during the Obama administration's first state dinner, on Nov. 24. But eyewitness accounts, a Secret Service criminal investigatio...
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The Salahis, for better and worse
Article | All the unmarried men at the party wanted to know who the tall blond woman was. She was striking and effervescent, unknown and intriguing: She wasn't overexposed, hadn't been seen at a lot of social events. But Casey Margenau, hosting his 2000 Christmas party, didn't have much to tell the men who...
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White House silence keeps saga of Salahi breach alive
Article | Case closed. That's the verdict the White House has emphatically handed down on the embarrassing and troubling security breach a fame-craving Virginia couple performed during the Obama administration's first state dinner, on Nov. 24. But eyewitness accounts, a Secret Service criminal investigatio...
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Salahis sought gala access through a Pentagon door
Article | E-mails turned over to the Secret Service show that Tareq and Michaele Salahi had sought a top Defense Department official's help to gain access to last week's White House state dinner.

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