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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.
When they aren’t traveling, the former president and first lady have faded into a cloistered city life.
The White House budget director celebrated a booming economy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute's boozy and raucous circus-themed party.
The Michelin-starred restaurant marked its 40th anniversary with fireworks and foie gras.
For the past 18 months, this town has been drunk on ego and hyperbole.
The singer dined with friends at Cafe Milano after touring research facilities at the University of Maryland.
The two divas got the biggest applause at the opera's annual fundraising performance and soiree.
Joseph Rodota explores the varied history of the high-profile locale.
Sixteen months into the Trump presidency, Washington has a case of Bush nostalgia.
American political royalty turned out to honor the wife of a president and mother to another, who friends and family remembered as a “loving enforcer.”
The British journalist became a household name after the publication of a sensational tell-all about Princess Diana.