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Melania by Night As Rome burns and Trump tweets, his wife stays up late reading gossip about Vogue’s Anna Wintour

Benched A former Trump-appointed judge (of the Miss USA pageant) has some advice for Amy Coney Barrett

The Southern Heroine Charismatic, witty, and determined, Marguerite Littman was a moving force in the early fight against AIDS and counted David Hockney, Bianca Jagger, and Princess Diana among her closest friends

Scandale à Paris The millennial French influencer Léna Mahfouf, whose new book is outselling classics, earns the ire of the Parisian intelligentsia

October 21, 2020

Into Thin Air Buddhist and bon vivant Ang Rita Sherpa—known as “the Snow Leopard”—led first-class expeditions (and an elusive life)

Kind Hearts and a Baronet? What happens when an eccentric 74-year-old British aristocrat looks for someone to pay him $23,000 to live with him?

Holy Terror The cardinal in charge of vetting saints is fired over charges that he embezzled Vatican funds meant for the poor

Africa Rising Harvard? Yale? Princeton? A nonprofit program is recruiting Kenya’s top high-school students and connecting them with America’s most competitive universities

The View from Here At The New York Times, are privileged white males playing the race card?

Did a Russian Oligarch Get Snookered by a Rothschild Banker? Sergey Bogdanchikov ran one of the world’s biggest oil companies. Then he fell under the spell of the Rothschild name

New York’s Hottest “It Girl”? Hunter Biden Nothing gets the Cool Kids’ respect like some topless, cracked-out photos

No Spring Chickens Women—most of them single and nearing their mid-30s—are rushing to freeze their eggs as the coronavirus makes finding a partner more difficult

October 14, 2020

Hugging My Pillow A day in the Notting Hill life of the great British actor

The View from Here Infectious, on steroids, and in denial, Trump rages against reality as fate smiles and says, “You’re welcome”

California Girl Ann Getty was a stunning bi-coastal socialite who rescued Grove Press, the radically chic publisher of D. H. Lawrence, Henry Miller, and Samuel Beckett, because she loved to read

A Whale of a Good-Bye Scientists have deciphered the songs blue whales sing to each other before they migrate

La Dolce Vita dei Media Is Gianni Agnelli’s grandson taking a page from Jeff Bezos?

Trouble in Berlin The ultra-liberal Berlin Film Festival faces criticism as its founder is revealed to have been a member of the Nazi Party

October 7, 2020

Suits Yourself A British court keeps rejecting Meghan’s pre-trial arguments in a privacy case that could cost her more than $2.3 million

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