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USA-ENTERTAINMENT/
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January 07, 2015 
Gossip columnist Cindy Adams works on the red carpet at the National Board of Review gala in the Manhattan... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Gossip columnist Cindy Adams works on the red carpet at the National Board of Review gala in the Manhattan... 
Gossip columnist Cindy Adams works on the red carpet at the National Board of Review gala in the Manhattan borough of New York January 6, 2015. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/JOURNALIST
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March 08, 2012 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda looks at a tablet computer during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012.... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Reporter Bocaranda looks at a tablet computer during his radio program in Caracas 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda looks at a tablet computer during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar" and "clown" by President Hugo Chavez's allies, the bespectacled 66-year-old journalist has defied the verbal barrage to become a must-read for anyone tracking the Venezuelan leader's cancer. Veteran reporter and gossip-columnist Bocaranda broke the stunning news in mid-2011 that Chavez, the country's all-dominant socialist leader, had the disease. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/JOURNALIST
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March 08, 2012 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar"... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Reporter Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar" and "clown" by President Hugo Chavez's allies, the bespectacled 66-year-old journalist has defied the verbal barrage to become a must-read for anyone tracking the Venezuelan leader's cancer. Veteran reporter and gossip-columnist Bocaranda broke the stunning news in mid-2011 that Chavez, the country's all-dominant socialist leader, had the disease. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA HEALTH HEADSHOT PROFILE) 
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/JOURNALIST
RTR2Z1JK 
March 08, 2012 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar"... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Reporter Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar" and "clown" by President Hugo Chavez's allies, the bespectacled 66-year-old journalist has defied the verbal barrage to become a must-read for anyone tracking the Venezuelan leader's cancer. Veteran reporter and gossip-columnist Bocaranda broke the stunning news in mid-2011 that Chavez, the country's all-dominant socialist leader, had the disease. Picture taken March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/JOURNALIST
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March 08, 2012 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar"... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Reporter Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar" and "clown" by President Hugo Chavez's allies, the bespectacled 66-year-old journalist has defied the verbal barrage to become a must-read for anyone tracking the Venezuelan leader's cancer. Veteran reporter and gossip-columnist Bocaranda broke the stunning news in mid-2011 that Chavez, the country's all-dominant socialist leader, had the disease. Picture taken on March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/JOURNALIST
RTR2Z1JE 
March 08, 2012 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar"... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Reporter Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda talks during his radio program in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar" and "clown" by President Hugo Chavez's allies, the bespectacled 66-year-old journalist has defied the verbal barrage to become a must-read for anyone tracking the Venezuelan leader's cancer. Veteran reporter and gossip-columnist Bocaranda broke the stunning news in mid-2011 that Chavez, the country's all-dominant socialist leader, had the disease. Picture taken on March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH MEDIA) 
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/JOURNALIST
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March 08, 2012 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda holds a cellular phone during his radio progam in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Reporter Bocaranda holds a cellular phone during his radio progam in Caracas 
Reporter Nelson Bocaranda holds a cellular phone during his radio progam in Caracas March 7, 2012. Derided as a "liar" and "clown" by President Hugo Chavez's allies, the 66-year-old journalist has defied the verbal barrage to become a must-read for anyone tracking the Venezuelan leader's cancer. Veteran reporter and gossip-columnist Bocaranda broke the stunning news in mid-2011 that Chavez, the country's all-dominant socialist leader, had the disease. Picture taken on March 7, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY) 
PEOPLE-ARCHERD/
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September 09, 2009 
Gossip columnist Army Archerd poses as he arrives at the "Variety" Centennial gala in Beverly Hills in... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
To match Reuters Life! PEOPLE-ARCHERD/ 
Gossip columnist Army Archerd poses as he arrives at the "Variety" Centennial gala in Beverly Hills in this December 2, 2005 file photograph. Archerd, who wrote upbeat stories about movie stars for the Hollywood trade paper Daily Variety for more than 50 years, died in a Los Angeles hospital on September 8, 2009, a spokeswoman said. He was 87. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/Files (UNITED STATES OBITUARY ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
PEOPLE RICHARDS
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September 18, 2006 
Gossip columnist Liz Smith remembers her friend, late Texas Gov. Ann Richards at an Austin, Texas memorial... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
Gossip columnist Liz Smith euologizes late Texas Gov. Ann Richards at memorial service in Austin 
Gossip columnist Liz Smith remembers her friend, late Texas Gov. Ann Richards at an Austin, Texas memorial service September 18, 2006. Richards, a Democrat who was governor from 1991 to 1995, died last week aged 73 after a long battle with cancer and was buried in the Texas State Cemetery. REUTERS/Harry Cabluck/Pool (UNITED STATES) 
MEDIA POST
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April 07, 2006 
President Bill Clinton speaks with Ron Burkle on the balcony of Burkle's mansion in Santa Monica, California,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
President Bill Clinton speaks with Ron Burkle on the balcony of Burkle's mansion in Santa Monica California... 
President Bill Clinton speaks with Ron Burkle on the balcony of Burkle's mansion in Santa Monica, California, in this July 27, 1997 file photo. The FBI is investigating whether gossip columnist Jared Paul Stern sought $220,000 from Beverly Hills billionaire Ron Burkle in exchange for killing a series of Page Six items about Burkle's romantic life. REUTERS/ Luc Novovitch/File 
LEISURE
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March 29, 2005 
Liz Smith (L), gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," poses with AARP The Magazine March/April... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Liz Smith and Rita Moreno pose at AARP luncheon in Bel-Air. 
Liz Smith (L), gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," poses with AARP The Magazine March/April issue cover model Rita Moreno during a Texas-style lunch celebrating AARP magazine's first Hollywood issue at the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles March 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen JR 
LEISURE
RTR6FK0 
March 29, 2005 
Liz Smith (R), gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," poses with AARP The Magazine March/April... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Liz Smith poses with actresses Rita Moreno and Shirley Jones at AARP Magazine luncheon. 
Liz Smith (R), gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," poses with AARP The Magazine March/April issue cover models Rita Moreno (L) and Shirley Jones (C) during a Texas-style lunch celebrating AARP magazine's first Hollywood issue at the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, March 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen JR 
LEISURE
RTR6FJU 
March 29, 2005 
Liz Smith, gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," is all smiles during a Texas-style... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Liz Smith is all smiles at AARP The Magazine's luncheon. 
Liz Smith, gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," is all smiles during a Texas-style lunch celebrating AARP The Magazine's first Hollywood issue at the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, March 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen JR 
LEISURE
RTR6FJN 
March 29, 2005 
Gossip columnist Liz Smith holds a copy of her new book "Dishing," during a Texas-style lunch celebrating... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Liz Smith holds copy of her new book "Dishing" at AARP The Magazine's first Hollywood issue luncheon.... 
Gossip columnist Liz Smith holds a copy of her new book "Dishing," during a Texas-style lunch celebrating 'AARP The Magazine's' first Hollywood issue at the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles March 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen JR 
LEISURE
RTR6FJG 
March 29, 2005 
Liz Smith (L), gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," greets AARP The Magazine March/April... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Liz Smith greets actress Rita Moreno at AARP magazine luncheon in Bel-Air. 
Liz Smith (L), gossip columnist and author of the new book "Dishing," greets AARP The Magazine March/April issue cover model Rita Moreno (R) during a Texas-style lunch celebrating AARP magazine's first Hollywood issue at the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, March 29, 2005. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen JR 
FOSTER
RTXII34 
March 05, 1998 
- FILE PHOTO 4SEP97 - Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster is expecting a baby in September, [syndicated... 
- FILE PHOTO 4SEP97 - Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster is expecting a baby in September, [syndicat..... 
- FILE PHOTO 4SEP97 - Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster is expecting a baby in September, [syndicated gossip columnist Liz Smith reported] March 5. [The columnist wrote in the New York Post and Newsday that the 35-year-old actress told her the news at a March 3 celebrity-studded dinner celebrating Time magazine's 75th anniversary. Foster is shown surrounded by photographers at a Tokyo news conference September 4, 1997]. 
RTR9K2P 
December 11, 1997 
A man walks into the the University Club building on Fifth Avenue in New York City, December 11. First... 
multiple countries 
UNIVERSITY CLUB BUILDING IN NEW YORK CITY 
A man walks into the the University Club building on Fifth Avenue in New York City, December 11. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, was ordered to leave the club December 10, according to New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams. Mrs. Clinton said the incident was "nothing".

CLINTON HILLARY CLUB 
RTRC0KQ 
September 04, 1997 
FILE PHOTO 4SEP97 - Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster is expecting a baby in September, syndicated gossip... 
multiple countries 
FILE PHOTO OF JODIE FOSTER 
FILE PHOTO 4SEP97 - Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster is expecting a baby in September, syndicated gossip columnist Liz Smith reported March 5. The columnist wrote in the New York Post and Newsday that the 35-year-old actress told her the news at a March 3 celebrity-studded dinner celebrating Time magazine's 75th anniversary. Foster is shown surrounded by photographers at a Tokyo news conference September 4, 1997.

ENTERTAINMENT FOSTER 
D AMATO
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February 21, 1995 
US Senator Alfonse D'Amato kisses his apparent bride-to-be Claudia Cohen during a press conference to... 
US Senator Alfonse D'Amato kisses his apparent bride-to-be Claudia Cohen during a press conference t..... 
US Senator Alfonse D'Amato kisses his apparent bride-to-be Claudia Cohen during a press conference to announce their love for each other February 21 at The Water Club in New York. The outspoken Republican senator hugged and held hands with the millionaire gossip columnist, a registered Democrat, throughout the press conference 
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