Thursday’s links get all lovey-dovey.
Everyone had to find out somehow — even the Secretary of State.
Another iconic blonde serenaded yet another president known for his dalliances with women. (But this time, luckily, there were no rumors about an affair.)
Oh, Hillary, what are you up to?
Like Nickelodeon’s Doug Funnie, Hillary Clinton prefers one uniform to wear while on the job: the famous pantsuit. And the Secretary of State is in good company; German Chancellor Angela Merkel is also a devoted pantsuit fan.
Known as incredibly competent and intensely private, Huma Abedin, 34, was one of the most well-regarded players in the Democratic Party long before she married Representative Anthony Weiner in 2010. See photos of a woman now …
“I am somewhat sheepishly concerned that it was my preventing one of my early spring allergic coughs. So, it may have no great meaning whatsoever.”
–HILLARY CLINTON, Secretary of State, explaining her stunned appearance and …
Any possible awkwardness at the most famous address in the world can now be ended: President Barack Obama isn’t the only person writing books there any longer.
Iconic designer Diane Von Furstenberg hosted a fete Friday night in New York to toast Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Smart and three other inspirational women in honor of International Women’s Day.
Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio has purchased the screen rights to a book chronicling the secret-sharing site WikiLeaks. NewsFeed thought it would help Steve out and give its picks for the movie’s main characters. You’re welcome.
“The freedoms of expression, assembly, and association online comprise what I have called the freedom to connect.”
—HILLARY CLINTON, accusing Middle Eastern leaders of depriving their citizens of the human right she calls “the …
Indian ambassador to the U.S. Meera Shankar’s all-too-warm welcome to Mississippi’s Jackson-Evers International Airport last week—she was singled out and pat-down by a security agent—has sparked an international debate. …