WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine...

Nobel Choice?

The website WikiLeaks -- is in the running for a Nobel Peace prize.

A Norwegian lawmaker nominated the anti-secrecy site -- saying it promotes world peace --

And calling it -- quote -- "One of the most important contributors to freedom of speech and transparency" -- in the 21st century.

The Obama administration has condemned the website and its founder Julian Assange -- saying classified leaks harm U.S. interests overseas.

The conservative Weekly Standard writes quote -- "The founder of WikiLeaks would join the company of Palestinian terrorist-in-chief Yasser Arafat if he were to be awarded the prize."

Hottest Ticket in Town

Singers Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony -- are expected to attend a Super Bowl party at the White House.

The celebrity couple is a minority owner of the Miami Dolphins NFL franchise -- that team - of course - will not be playing in the big game.

Various media outlets were reporting late last year -- Anthony was dealing with two liens on his Long Island home -- totaling more than $3 million dollars -- for non-payment of state and federal taxes - raising some eyebrows here in Washington --in light of the White House Super Bowl viewing invite.

Reached today --Anthony's PR rep tells Fox the singer has quote "Taken care of" his tax responsibilities."


And finally -- Fox News has been blamed for a lot of things -- but this probably takes the cake.

Camille Grammer -- star of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reality TV series -- discussed the end of her 13-year marriage with actor-husband Kelsey Grammer.

She cited a lack of intimacy -- and cuddling -- quote -- "He was too busy watching Fox News. He didn't want to cuddle."