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The feds launched an “unprecedented” probe into Britain’s former ambassador to the US because they feared he was leaking secret White House intel to his alleged lover — a CNN journalist, according to a sensational new report. The Department of Justice investigation into Kim Darroch and his alleged relationship with CNN reporter Michelle Kosinski is thought to be the first...
“Central Ave” has pulled off that rare feat in television — carving out a unique niche in a crowded, competitive genre. Co-created by Will Packer and Monique Chenault, “Central Ave,” which had a five-week test run on Fox stations last fall, recently launched into national syndication with co-hosts Julissa Bermudez and Sanya Richards-Ross. Since premiering in its new iteration Sept. 26,...
Weak with hunger and weighing just 98 pounds, frail model Mia Kang collapsed into the arms of a stranger after a pervert followed her through the streets of Milan. The creep, who had been pleasuring himself during the pursuit, backed off when the good Samaritan yelled at him in Italian. But the 2006 incident left Kang a wreck. “I just wanted...
If the media industry were to proclaim one silver lining of the pandemic it would be the book sale boom. Kids books are doing especially well as parents look for ways to keep their tots occupied at a time when playdates are hard to come by. E-book revenues for children and young adult books this year through August have surged 63.2...
Ever since rumors began circulating that Matt Drudge might be looking for an investor in his popular Drudge Report website, media watchers have been trying to figure out what the 25-year news aggregation site might be worth. One Drudge watcher pegs it north of $200 million while others say its closer to $100 million. Any minority stake would be discounted,...
C-SPAN indefinitely suspended its political editor, Steve Scully, on Thursday, after he admitted to lying about a hacker being behind his eyebrow-raising Twitter exchange with former President Trump aide Anthony Scaramucci. When Trump criticized Scully last week as a “never Trumper,” the journalist asked Scaramucci on Twitter, “should I respond to Trump.” Particularly as Scully was set to moderate the since-scrapped...
Since her nomination for the Supreme Court, every inch of Amy Coney Barrett has been scrutinized and twisted into a piece of Margaret Atwood fan fiction. A Boston University professor suggested she was a white colonizer using her children adopted from Haiti as a prop. The 48-year-old has been held up as “handmaiden” in chief by a writer who grossly...
Combining old-school glamour with modern swag, Ralph & Russo reigns supreme. The British couture house dresses Hollywood royalty — as well as the tiara-wearing kind — for life’s biggest events, IRL or virtual. Runway princess Hailey Bieber danced in its thigh-baring ivory silk slither at her wedding reception last year. Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle wore the label’s black bespoke...
Romain RéaCEO, Antiquorum Romain Rea; Cartier Tonneau Jumbo, $68,500; Rolex Air-King GMT-Master II, $39,900 My first watch: A self-winding chronograph with a black dial and no brand name, but I loved it. Actually, I stillhave it. Why wearing a great watch still matters: A watch remains a strong social marker. Mastering time is what makes mankind rise. Advice for first-time buyers: Price is hardly...

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