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Government openness is tested by Salahi case

Obama state dinner

President Obama's stated desire for transparency comes into question. View 'Invitees or crashers' gallery »

Local: In court, Salahis agree to settle debt with watch
Dana Milbank: Republican, Democratic not the parties the Salahis had in mind
The Reliable Source: How did the Salahis meet Oprah? Plus other recent revelations
The Crime Scene: Polo, booze, a bounced check and the Salahis
Local: Va. probes Salahi business entity
Your Take: Should the crashers be punished?

You've been pom-pom'ed

Redskins cheerleaders get fired up about Michaele Salahi attending their alumni function -- without ever having been on the squad.

Live Discussion

Transcript (11/25): Catch the questions and answers from the Reliable Source ladies' chat about last night's dinner.

Did you know...

This will be the third state dinner for India in the last decade. (President Clinton honored Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 2000 and President George W. Bush had one for Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur in 2005.)

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