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Hillary Clinton’s sabbatical from politics begins, as she takes her first paid speaking gig. (New York Times)

A “Glee” actor heads to rehab, and the real revelation is that one of “Glee’s” teenagers is actually a 30-year-old. (People)

Paul Anka reveals in new memoir that Frank Sinatra drank heavily during his Vegas years, cavorted with hookers, was abusive to women, and declared Angie Dickinson was the best in bed. You sort of knew all of this, but you will happily read about it again. (Daily Mail)

OMG, the design that Donald Trump has in mind for the Old Post Office Building is so outrageous and vulgar, you just won’t believe it! And shouldn’t. Check the date. (D.C. Urban Turf)

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