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5 Must-Read Facts on New York Times Reporter Ali Watkins

The Department of Justice announced Thursday the indictment of Senate Intelligence Committee veteran James Wolfe, accused of making false statements about transmitting classified information to reporters such as then-Buzzfeed News turned New York Times reporter Ali Watkins.

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‘House of Cards’ to Return for Sixth and Final Season without Kevin Spacey

Netflix and Media Rights Capital will move forward on production of the sixth and final season of hit political drama House of Cards without its star, Kevin Spacey, after the actor was accused by multiple men of sexual misconduct last month, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos announced Monday.

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TV Storytellers Struggle to Adapt in Age of Trump

Whether portraying the noble geopolitics of “Madam Secretary” or the dirty deeds on “House of Cards,” the high-stakes fumbling on “Veep” or the scourge of terrorism that haunts “Homeland,” script writers have always faced the challenge of staying topical yet inventive without straying outside the bounds of plausibility.

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Kevin Spacey on Presidential Race: ‘We Get What We Deserve’

During Monday’s “House of Cards” premiere at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, actor Kevin Spacey said little of the comparisons between his hit Netflix series and the current presidential race but did say that U.S. politics is “becoming a little bit more predictable” than what’s depicted on screen.

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Kevin Spacey Compares Donald Trump’s Campaign to George Wallace’s

Actor Kevin Spacey, who plays President Frank Underwood on House of Cards, offered his opinion of the 2016 presidential race while he attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, saying Donald Trump’s campaign reminds him of George Wallace’s independent campaign in 1968.