THE WHITE HOUSE - Vice President Joe Biden (above, right) inadvertently cleared out three rows of guests during an event in the East Room early Wednesday, by repeatedly shouting, "Atta boy, boss!" and "You tell 'em, Barry!" during President Obama's prepared remarks, until there was no one left sitting near him.
On Sunday, President Obama described the raid that took out Osama bin Laden as the "longest 40 minutes of my life." He then added, "With the exception of every meeting I have with Joe Biden."
After months of speculation, Newt Gingrich is expected to announce his candidacy for president on Wednesday. If elected, the former speaker says he'll look forward to once again serving the American people until he resigns from office in disgrace.
And finally, 29-year-old congressman Aaron Schock shows off his abs on the cover of this month's Men's Health magazine. No one may get to see it, however, as long as Barney Frank keeps buying up all the copies.
According to the National Journal, former maverick John McCain is now the Senate's most conservative member. It was a big shock for McCain, who was really hoping to be named "most crotchety".
It was reported on Thursday that despite President Obama's purported distate for lobbyists, members of his administration meet with them outside the White House. Reporters got wise to this when this photo appeared on Craigslist's men-seeking-lobbyists page:
And finally, Sarah Palin says she's planning a trip to India next month to meet with government officials and, hopefully, bag a couple of elephants.
Mike Huckabee says he won't let the media sucker him into participating in the early GOP debates. So if you want to hear Mike Huckabee without a media filter, watch his Fox News program Huckabee every Saturday at 8 p.m./7 central.
Vice President Joe Biden reported for jury duty in Wilmington, Delaware on Monday. When asked if he felt he could give a defendant a fair trial, Biden responded, "Of course! After all, I work for a black guy."
New York congressmen Pete King and Anthony Weiner will cross party lines and sit next to each other at the State of the Union address on Tuesday. Depending on how they sit, we'll either see a King Weiner or a Weiner King.