Guess who's coming to dinner? Well, the man who may be the biggest surprise guest at this weekend's White House Correspondents' Association dinner isn't exactly an international celebrity, or a sex symbol, or a man of power. In fact, he's out of work, can't find a new job and is wanted by human rights groups for war crimes.
Yes, that's who's coming to dinner: Alberto Gonzales, the former attorney general, who is still under scrutiny in a federal criminal probe of the mass firings of U.S. attorneys in 2006. He's also one of six Bush administration officials being investigated by a judge in Spain for complicity in approving torture.