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Roxanne Roberts is a reporter covering Washington's social, political and philanthropic power brokers. She has been at The Washington Post since 1988, working for the Style section as a feature writer and columnist.
Like the Kennedy Center Honors, the gallery’s gala has turned into a red-carpet affair.
The former Virginia governor's book tour about white supremacy and Charlottesville was interrupted by activists who faulted McAuliffe for siding with the Virginia city's government and police.
When you can’t bear to say goodbye — and have $50,000 to spend.
In a city bitterly divided along partisan lines, this 99-year-old White House volunteer is absolutely nonpolitical and insistently optimistic.
The deputy sheriff hid from the shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when they needed a hero.
The museum's annual bash was an elegant study in contrasts.
The auction house that discovered a purloined Renoir and a rare Warhol is at the center of another dramatic find
The former second lady also had two special guests appear at the D.C. book tour stop for her new memoir, "Where the Light Enters."
Crisis communication guru Juda Engelmayer is trying to clear the students’ reputations.
The evening required some nimble maneuvering for guests determined to be seen at both.