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GOP congressman: Clinton is 'mentally impaired'
Rep. Louie Gohmert, one of the GOP congressional caucus' most unfiltered members, told the annual Values Voter Summit that Clinton's health problems are being covered up by the media.
775 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton The National Enquirer Fox News Channel Sean Hannity Joke Hannity Mass media Fox Broadcasting Company
American Media extends CEO’s contract through 2021
American Media, owner of the National Enquirer, Star and Men’s Fitness, quietly gave CEO David Pecker a five-year contract extension that carries him through 2021. Compensation details of the new deal could not be learned, but Pecker just completed a contract with a compensation package of about $1.5 million a year. One source close to...
25 points by New York Post | The National Enquirer Stock Tabloid Supermarket tabloid
Us Weekly closes West Coast office
Sources say 10 of the 11 staffers based in the celebrity weekly’s LA office have been laid off.
-1 points by New York Post | The National Enquirer Tabloid American Media United States Los Angeles Celebrity magazines Supermarket tabloid Jann Wenner
Dozens of Us Weekly staffers booted amid $100M sale
The soon-to-be owners of Us Weekly are sharpening the ax . On Thursday, 38 editorial people, including Us Weekly Editor-in-Chief Michael Steele, were told they are getting the old heave- ho, sources tell Media Ink. But they have to keep working for the next few weeks until the deal officially closes and American Media Inc....
-1 points by New York Post | Editing Jann Wenner The National Enquirer Us Weekly Newspaper Publishing Film American Media
Time Inc. begins shopping for potential buyers
Time Inc. began showing its books to prospective suitors this week, The Post has learned. A team led by billionaire investors Edgar Bronfman Jr., Warner Music Chairman Len Blavatnik and former Maker Studios CEO Ynon Kreiz got their first serious look at the books and a chance to question Time Inc. executives on Monday, sources...
75 points by New York Post | The National Enquirer American Media Time Warner Sports Illustrated Edgar Bronfman Jr. Tabloid Edgar Bronfman Sr. Private equity
Red Carpet Report: Mariah Carey to end run May 13, Nicolas Cage, NHL tickets, Rob Riggle, Phil Heath
Mariah Carey must be getting ready to focus full time on her new reality-TV series or being a stay-at-home mother and wife after her marriage to Australian billionaire James Packer, who gave her a 35-carat engagement ring valued at $8 million.
2 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Las Vegas Strip Kristi Yamaguchi Mariah Carey Goo Goo Dolls The National Enquirer United States Figure Skating Championships Marriage MGM Mirage
Toronto Film Review: ‘Amanda Knox’
Fleet Street is the historical home of the British newspaper industry, but the term came to symbolize something more specific — and scandalous — than that. Starting around 1969, when Rupert Murdoch expanded his empire there, “Fleet Street” began to mean tawdry British tabloid journalism, the kind that was so salacious and over-the-top that no... Read more »
1336 points by Variety | Tabloid Circumstantial evidence The National Enquirer Supermarket tabloid Evidence Direct evidence Rupert Murdoch Evidence law