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The Naked Truth About Melania From the Man Who Disrobed Her
To help his future wife’s modeling career, Donald Trump allowed Melania to use his private jet for a photo shoot and had “no problem” with her posing nude, according to the fashion photographer who organized the session. “For that type of shoot, she was perfect,” said Antoine Verglas, a renowned
Donald Trump Denies That He Posed as His Own Spokesman
It has become one of the more bizarre questions asked during this highly unusual campaign cycle: Did Donald Trump once masquerade as his own spokesman? An audio recording obtained from The Washington Post only leads to more speculation. In 1991, Sue Carswell, then a reporter at People magazine,
7 Celebrity Weddings to Be Excited About
On Saturday night, Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson tied the knot after four years and two children. To Simpson, it was a long time coming: "We need to get married," she told "Good Morning America" in January . "I already feel like we're an old married couple!" Yes, the festivities may be over now,
Best Politically Dressed Women
Anna Wintour Chic Vogue editor Anna Wintour, 63, who is known as one of the most powerful women in fashion, is reportedly on President Obama's shortlist for the diplomatic post of U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain or France. The news, which was initially reported by Bloomberg News, said Wintour is
2012's Most Compelling International Elections
As voters in the United States have just cooled down from the 2012 election season, contests across the globe are just heating up. From Ukrain's disputed election, to Egypt, which held its first democratic election in centuries, a stream of countries are set for or have held highly contentious and
Today in Pictures: French Handover Ceremony, Barnard College Graduation and Spain's Indignant Movement
Outgoing French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy leave the Elysee Palace after the handover ceremony, May 15, 2012 in Paris. (Patrick Kovarik, Pool/AP Photo)
2012: Top 8 International Elections to Watch
As Americans tick off the primary elections and caucuses that come before the general election in November, voters around the world – in one case, party officials – are also electing new leaders. This promises to be an election year rife with controversy, protests and dissent. Earlier this month,
Gibbs Shares 'Regret' for Explosive Michelle Obama Spat
Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said he regrets losing his cool during an explosive 2010 White House staff meeting, in which he reportedly shouted profanities about the first lady. Gibbs downplayed the blowup, reported in a new book by New York Times correspondent...
Best and Worst Dressed Stars
Who was hot and who was not in 2011? Fashion editor Roger Stone has his opinions of which celebrities dressed for success in the past year and which stars lacked fashion sense. He’s released his lists of the best-dressed celebs and the worst-dressed celebs, in...
Dec. 23: Voyager Completes Circumnavigation 1986
1968: Apollo 8 Enters Moon’s Gravity The NASA spacecraft sent back live video of Earth from a lunar perspective. Apollo 8′s moon mission began Dec. 21, 1968, and ended Dec. 27, 1968, when the mission returned home. 1986: Voyager Completes Flight Voyager’s pilots Dick...