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Expect to see more of Tiffany Trump in Washington — the 23-year-old first daughter will be attending Georgetown University Law School in fall, a representative for the Trump family says. Tiffany Trump, the daughter of President Trump and his second wife, Marla Maples, had made her legal-eagle ambitions known, and she’s been spotted at various […]
Hey, isn’t that … President Barack and Michelle Obama, on what looked like a date-night dinner on Saturday at Italian hotspot Masseria? A fellow diner tells us that most of the patrons tried to be cool and not ogle at the former first couple, who we’re told left their menu in the chef’s hands and dined on “a […]
President Trump’s star on the famed Hollywood “Walk of Fame” is proving irresistible to vandals. A prankster over the weekend placed a gold-painted toilet on the marker with instructions to passer-by to “TAKE A TRUMP” in the loo. At least the protest art piece (maybe?) wasn’t nearly as destructive as other attempts on the Trump […]
They’re at it again. Yo-Yo Ma, the cellist, reunited with his sometime musical collaborator Condoleezza Rice, the pianist who is better known as a Stanford professor and a former secretary of state, at the Kennedy Center Arts Summit on Saturday for a lyrical performance of Schumann’s Fantasiestücke, Op. 73. Rice then sat on a panel […]
Go-go boys in gold lamé shirts, sequin-bedecked grandmothers and the freshest-looking librarians you’ve ever met made up the unlikely crowd dancing into the night at the Library of Congress’s first after-hours party on Saturday. Billed as a celebration of the history of dicso, “Bibliodiscotheque” featured a symposium hosted by singer Gloria Gaynor and Librarian of […]
Rep. Maxine Waters is really embracing her new identity as a walking, cable-TV-interview-dominating meme. At a Wednesday night Emily’s List gala and conference in Washington, the newly minted she-ro of politically active, liberal 20-somethings was predictably blunt in her criticism of President Trump, calling him a “disgusting, poor excuse of a man who is our […]
The big-ticket political advocate of the night, Trump's daughter-in-law Lara, was a no-show due to doctor's recommendations not to travel while sick and pregnant.
Finally, the whispering can stop: “Morning Joe” co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough are engaged, an MSNBC spokeswoman says. The couple has long been the subject of rumors that the were an item, and they did little to stamp them out — recently Scarborough boasted to the Hollywood Reporter of their “crackling off-air chemistry.” The New York […]
It looks like the Trump family is closer to living under one roof — President Trump says his 11-year-old son, Barron, has been admitted to a Washington school, where he is expected to start classes at the beginning of the school year. Barron had been living in Manhattan with first lady Melania Trump while he finished […]
"Think about how safe we would be if the Rock was president... because nobody would f— with him."
Since so much about first lady Melania Trump is still a mystery, this actually counts as news from Planet FLOTUS: a letter from Melania Trump on White House letterhead to (oddly) actress Pamela Anderson is giving us the first peek we’ve seen at her official signature, possibly from an autopen, a device often used by […]
First daughter Ivanka Trump’s new book, “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success,” might be making a big media splash, but it’s not exactly doing “Harry Potter” levels of sales in Washington’s book stores. Lynn Schwartz, the general manager of Kramerbooks in Dupont, said the shop had sold out of its initial stock of […]
Ellen Burstyn as Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)? Just one of the casting headlines coming from the May 11 reading of a play about the Senate confirmation hearings for members of President Trump’s Cabinet. Others performing at the Town Hall theater in New York include Joe Morton (the bad dad in ABC’s “Scandal”) as Sens. Benjamin L. […]
The world just got a little more Reliable: Reliable Source columnist Helena Andrews-Dyer and her husband, Washington IT consultant Rob Dyer, on Sunday welcomed their first child, a daughter named Sally Rose Dyer. Sally, who is namedShow More Summary
How do you say “bizarre-o” in Russian? The interview that filmmaker Oliver Stone has taped with Russian President Vladmir Putin, which is set to air on Showtime next month, sounds like a doozy — in one segment, the “Platoon” director and the former KGB-er watch the classic, Stanley Kubrick-directed political satire that features a nuclear war […]
Leo DiCaprio wasn’t the only celeb at the march.
The American people don't know what's best for them… I do. May 30. pic.twitter.com/EhGUKb8eOb — House of Cards (@HouseofCards) May 1, 2017 Netflix announced Monday that season five of creepy political thriller “House of Cards” will drop May 30, which happens to be perfect timing for Washington denizens looking to binge-watch, since both chambers of […]
Amid the jokes in “Daily Show” comic Hasan Minhaj’s performance at Saturday night’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner — which took aim at the absent President Trump as well as some of the media folks filling the seats in the ballroom of the Washington Hilton — there was a funny moment. Odd, that is, […]
Knot, tied: New York Times columnist David Brooks wed Anne Snyder, his former research assistant, on Sunday. The couple’s relationship sort-of went public in an inauspicious way — Politico noted in a wink-wink 2015 piece that the conservative columnist had devoted an outsized amount of verbiage in the acknowledgements of his book “The Road to Character” […]
Leave it to Richard Branson to leave one uber-exclusive Washington party — the pre-White House Correspondents’ Dinner soiree at Atlantic Media owner David Bradley’s house on Friday night — for an even more elite gathering. After breaking bread with senators, business honchos and even a Cabinet secretary, Branson realized his next stop was just a […]