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Bruce Jenner and the Pronoun Police

Right after witnessing the final act of a Shakespearean tragedy in a Massachusetts courtroom, sports fans rubberneck a Shakespearean comedy on primetime television, atop checkout-line tabloids, and in every other place where gawkers go for gossip. Whereas Aaron Hernandez played Iago to Odin Lloyd, Bruce Jenner plays Rosalind to Diane Sawyer. None dare call him Ganymede.
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Al Jazeera America Spends $73,519 Per Viewer

Eighteen months after its launch, Al Jazeera America (AJA) is still losing gobs of money, and according to numbers provided by the New York Post, spending $73,519 per viewer. Since its August 2013 debut, AJA has spent a whopping $2
George W. Bush (Associated Press)

Broken Telephone: What George W. Bush Really Said in Las Vegas

Numerous reports, based on second-hand accounts, have alleged that former President George W. Bush "bashed" President Barack Obama in his remarks at the gala dinner of the Republican Jewish Coalition spring leadership meeting in Las Vegas on Saturday. Bloomberg View bases its report on notes provided by an attendee; so does the New York Times--although, to his credit, the Times' Jason Horowitz actually sought other quotes from exiting attendees as he stalked outside the event.
Clinton Stephanopoulos (Eric Draper / White House Photo Office)

Former Clinton Aide Stephanopoulos Defends Clinton

Journalists are supposed to ask tough questions. On Sunday morning's edition of ABC News' This Week, however, host George Stephanopoulos pursued Clinton Cash author (and Breitbart News editor) Peter Schweizer with a vehemence that suggested he had reverted to his 1990s incarnation as a spokesman for the Clinton administration. Stephanopoulos looked past the Clintons' glaring conflicts of interest and focused narrowly on whether the book met a criminal standard of proof.
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Filmmaker: White House Correspondents Dinner Increasingly ‘Out of Touch’

A new film by former Politico journalist Patrick Gavin is challenging the culture surrounding what has become DC’s most self-absorbed annual event, the White House Correspondents Association dinner. His assessment: things started to go south around the same time Hollywood began using the event as an excuse for a four-day party.

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