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CPAC’s substance and glamour; new digs for the FBI?; and White House tours (read-this roundup)

The Conservative Political Action Conference kicks off. (KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS)

CPAC madness — One conservative says this CPAC meeting is more about “substance” than “glamour.” So how does one explain Donald Trump’s appearance?

And whether it’s style or substance, get your full coverage of the confab here.

Time to move? — The iconic J. Edgar Hoover Building that houses the FBI is outdated, with lots of space devoted to passe paper storage (also, there’s a firing range and a crime lab!).

Tour de force — Why Republicans are obsessed with White House tours.

One more and it’s a trend — Dennis Rodman chilled with his pal Kim Jun Un, and now martial arts star Steven Segal is hanging with Vladmir Putin.

Emily Heil is the co-author of the Reliable Source and previously helped pen the In the Loop column with Al Kamen.


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