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Charlie Rose

  1. metoo
    Charlie Rose Faces New Harassment Allegations From Makeup ArtistHis longtime makeup artist says Rose was verbally abusive, and that he used his Bloomberg TV studio as “a sexual hunting ground.”
  2. #metoo
    What Was the Washington Post Afraid Of?About to publish an investigation of a powerful executive’s alleged sexual misconduct, the newspaper pulled back. Irin Carmon tries to understand why.
  3. international affairs
    Charlie Rose Interviewed Bashar al-AssadThe Syrian president denied using chemical weapons and said he would retaliate against a U.S. strike.
  4. bush legacy
    Obama: I’m Not Dick Cheney, and Syria Isn’t IraqThe president defends his policies on Charlie Rose.
  5. spy games
    Obama Speaks on NSA Spying: ‘It Is Transparent’The president defends the agency to Charlie Rose tonight.
  6. campaign 2012
    Heilemann on Charlie Rose: Romney Sheds Warmonger Image in DebateSometimes agreeing with Obama isn’t so bad.
  7. campaign cash
    Heilemann: Obama’s Strategy for Draining RomneyHe isn’t quite in it to win it in North Carolina and Florida.
  8. media
    Charlie Rose, Gayle King Joining CBS Early ShowBut will Rose be awake in time?
  9. master debaters
    What You Missed in the Seventh GOP DebateThe best, worst, most awkward, and most inaccurate moments.
  10. video
    John Heilemann on Charlie Rose: What Is the Republican Party Today?“The truth is, none of us know the answer.”
  11. the oracle of omaha
    Watch Warren Buffett Describe the Debt Talks As a Giant Game of Chicken Played by Insane People“Boehner didn’t throw out the steering wheel, but a group behind him said ‘Throw out the steering wheel, Mr. Speaker.’”
  12. video
    John Heilemann on Charlie Rose: Boehner Is ‘the Most Miserable Man in Washington’Boehner is a deal-maker who can’t seem to make a deal.
  13. state of the union
    Heilemann on State of the Union: All Economy, All the TimeEven though we’re still engaged in two big wars.
  14. bons mots
    Denial Is Just a River in Egypt to Nancy PelosiShe doesn’t feel like the GOP has the advantage this year.
  15. are you there google? it’s me margaret
    Google CEO Eric Schmidt Wants to Augment Your HumanityYour humanity gets an upgrade.
  16. ink-stained wretches
    As New Observer Editor Takes His Old Chair, Peter Kaplan Sits Down With Charlie RoseEverything from Jared Kushner’s changes to the ‘Observer’ to the Internet’s assault on print was on the docket, plus Kyle Pope of course.
  17. the ronriest people in the world
    Charlie Rose Is BroodingLike Jennifer Aniston, all he wants is a baby, according to ‘Fortune.’
  18. in this economy
    Nouriel Roubini: ‘I Am Ugly, But I Have a Beautiful Mind’Dr. Doom on girls, the recession, and the secret to throwing an awesome party.
  19. gossipmonger
    Kirsten Dunst Trying Moderation ManagementIf you call vodka sodas till 3:30 a.m. moderation management, that is.
  20. chat room
    Charlie Rose on Sarah Palin on Charlie RoseWe talked to the popular PBS host about how influential he really thought his interview was with the Alaska governor.
  21. early and often
    Noonan, Scarborough, Carlson Get Intense at HuffPo PanelIn Minneapolis, the talking heads bared their souls on the matter of BlackBerrys, Internet commenters, and whether or not you’re REALLY in the moment.
  22. gossipmonger
    Cindy McCain Betrays BeerThe aspiring First Lady drinks sake at Tao. Plus, Seth Rogen claims ‘Pineapple Express’ isn’t a stoner movie, Bill Clinton has a secret meeting at the Russian Tea Room, and more, in our daily gossip roundup.
  23. party lines
    Our Night at the ASMEs: Sportier Than AnticipatedEditors, nerves, competition, and one aggressive former Met mingled at last night’s awards ceremony.
  24. gossipmonger
    Les and Julie Get His-And-Hers HaircutsThe nude photos of Kristin Davis that surfaced earlier this week were reportedly taken by a chef ex-boyfriend back in the early nineties. CBS’s Les Moonves and wife Julie Chen both got their hair cut together at the Frederick Fekkai salon in Soho. Anderson Cooper joked that he admitted to getting minor skin-cancer surgery under his eye so that people wouldn’t think he got into a fistfight with Charlie Rose.
  25. intel
    What Does Socialite/Planner Amanda Burden Do On Vacation?If you were a blue-blooded Upper East Side A-lister, glamorous Babe Paley’s daughter and on-the-scene Charlie Rose’s intermittent inamorata, wouldn’t a week in Montserrat seem the proper vacation? For Amanda Burden — who’s all that and also Bloomberg’s planning commissioner — it’s a different story. Turns out Burden was spending her downtime last week in Copenhagen, not so much seeing the sights as trailing new transportation commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan and two of her lieutenants as they studied public squares and waterfronts and bike parking, according to spokespeople at the Planning and Transportation Departments. Grants are paying for the trip for Sadik-Khan and her deputies; Burden, a source tells us, is traveling on her own time and nickel. There was no word on whether Charlie had joined her.—Alec Appelbaum
  26. gossipmonger
    Judi, Judi, JudiAmong the skits to be put on by the city’s political journos at the upcoming Inner Circle roast is one featuring Judi Giuliani as a blow-up sex doll. Us Weekly, Star, and other weekly tabloids are upping their negative coverage of Brangelina because they are sick of getting scooped by People. A handful of people are angling for a portion of deceased Dr. Robert Atkins’s $600 million estate. Mike Bloomberg’s 98-year-old mother sometimes pretends she’s not related to him so people don’t ask her to hook their grandkids up with jobs. NBC’s Today show is losing serious ground to ABC’s Good Morning America and even CBS’s Early Show in the ratings game. Charlie Rose and Amanda Burden may not be broken up, despite reports they are. Jay-Z has plans to ink a deal with Champagne label Ace of Spades to replace Cristal as his drink of choice.
  27. grub street
    Charlie Rose Stole Their Chicken (and That’s Not a Euphemism, Sadly)Yes, yes. We all know boldfaced names often get preferential treatment, and we know that loyal regulars do, too. So it’s no particularly great surprise that when Charlie Rose waltzes into a neighborhood joint in the West Village, he’ll be favored and flattered a bit. But recently, Rose went a step further, “accidentally” receiving nearly immediately upon his arrival a roasted chicken destined for — and long-ago ordered by — other diners. Here’s the truly delicious part: The patrons whose dinner he droit du seigneured were none other than New York’s Underground Gourmets, Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld. At Grub Street, read their tale of woe — and remember that the pen is always mightier than a fawning maître d’. Charlie Rose, Chicken Thief [Grub Street]