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Reliable Source live discussion: Maria Shriver, Barbra Streisand, David Axelrod

Maria Shriver at the International Women's Media Foundation's 2013 Courage in Journalism Awards. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images for IWMF) Maria Shriver at the International Women’s Media Foundation’s 2013 Courage in Journalism Awards. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images for IWMF)

Please join the Reliable Source weekly online live discussion today at noon. Maria Shriver has a new boyfriend — Republican strategist and ABC contributor Matthew Dowd. Barbra Streisand and James Brolin tried to have a low-key weekend in Washington. Kim and Kanye sue the YouTube founder for posting footage of Kanye’s proposal before they had a chance. Rep. Joaquin Castro gets married. Political blogger Andrew Sullivan is “horribly homesick” after a year in New York, and is moving back to D.C. David Axelrod’s post-D.C. life includes writing a book and raising money for epilepsy research. If things had gone a little differently for D.C. native Goldie Hawn, she might be running a dance school in Takoma Park. Dan Rather won’t be part of CBS’s JFK assassination remembrance coverage. Nancy Pelosi read the Top 10 List on “Letterman” last night. LeVar Burton has some things to say to Quentin Tarrantino. Gayle King was in town for Cory Booker’s swearing in. Why did Eric Holder stop by the “Homeland” set in Morocco? And look at that — another ‘N SYNC reunion.

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