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Topic - Arianna Huffington
Bad boy-turned-bellyacher Alec Baldwin threw a 5,000-word, seven-page pity party for himself in the entertainment media he says he abhors. Hey, what better way for a Hollywood narcissist to protest the attention-starved shallowness of celebrity life than to wallow in it to the bitter end?
As the director of "Hating Breitbart," which was released digitally and in theaters last week across the United States, I had the distinct and unique privilege of following Andrew Breitbart during the closing years of his public life, documenting his speeches, conversations, ruminations and mischief - we even shot one of his haircuts.
A lawsuit accuses Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington of trashing a New York City loft that she leased from a documentary filmmaker.
For a book that has yet to be released, Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In" _ part feminist manifesto, part how-to career guide _ has got a lot of people talking.
The new PBS show "Women Who Make America" is misnamed. As I watched it and looked at all those very wealthy, aging feminists who spearheaded the legalization of abortion so many years ago, the thought occurred to me that a more precise name for the show would be "Women Who Make Millions off the Real Women Who Make America."
Two of the most powerful women in media _ Oprah Winfrey and Arianna Huffington _ are joining forces.
One question will surely be hanging over the head of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday when he gives his first interview since the company's rocky initial public offering in May.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is acknowledging his company's falling stock price, but he says Facebook has overcome hurdles before.
Vilifying Republicans is a sport for some journalists, who continue to frame the Grand Old Party as a bunch of smug rich guys with a cold hearted agenda. The disconnect between the news coverage and the reality of the Republican National Convention is striking — and someone has quantified it.
The Huffington Post on Wednesday announced the launch of its newest version, a Spanish language site called "El Huffington Post" produced in Madrid at the headquarters of Spain's leading newspaper.
Arianna Huffington _ in Madrid for the launch of "El Huffington Post" _ says the news website's Spanish version is poised for success because Spanish speakers form an incredible global community.
Sometimes the story behind the prize is almost as compelling as the award-winning news itself. Some details on a few of this year's Pulitzer Prize winners.
The Huffington Post has its Pulitzer.
I am a fan of new-media maven Jason Mattera's guerrilla videos and radio appearances, so I was disappointed to find his latest book, "Hollywood Hypocrites: The Devastating Truth About Obama's Biggest Backers" - about, well, Hollywood hypocrites such as Oliver Stone, Michael Moore, etc. - not of the same level of interest.
I have been friends with Tony and his wonderful wife, Lynda, ever since we first met in Washington in 1993, and it was a real delight to have him join our "Left, Right and Center" team every week. He never failed to amaze me with his breadth of knowledge and culture, always unpredictable with his trademark wit and tailored suits. His resilience through his battle with cancer inspired us all. He was a true original and will be deeply missed.
In a statement, Huffington says Steel "happily" renewed the lease twice and visited the apartment in Manhattan's Chelsea section.
She says he has refused to return her $93,000 deposit.