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Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post.
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post. « Show less

Top Arianna Huffington Articles

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  • Daum: Under Nora's wing

    Daum: Under Nora's wing
    If you're a particular kind of writer, the kind with a taste for "social observation" and a belief in the divine partnership of unbridled humor and unapologetic honesty, Nora Ephron, who died Tuesday, almost certainly fell into the category of Central...
  • Andrew Breitbart dies at 43; conservative Internet entrepreneur who took on the left

    Andrew Breitbart dies at 43; conservative Internet entrepreneur who took on the left
    Andrew Breitbart, the pugnacious, conservative Internet entrepreneur who took on the left and what he called the "media bully cabal" with a series of exposes that were explosive and sometimes flawed, died early Thursday after collapsing near his home in...
  • Reel China: Will it play in Peoria and Shanghai?

    Reel China: Will it play in Peoria and Shanghai?
    Moviegoers in China enthusiastically see American films, yet the reverse is almost never true. But you'd think if there would be someone who might bridge the divide — someone whose personal background, connections and professional expertise could...
  • Start the Presses: Showdown in La Cañada

    Start the Presses: Showdown in La Cañada
    I noticed the long, tubular box first. Sitting in our living room, spread out among the mail, old newspapers and advertisements for Thai takeout, the brown cardboard looked out of place. Also, I tripped on it. “What is this, babe?” I yelled...
  • A deepening disconnect

    A deepening disconnect
    Given that the country is facing huge problems and still digging out from the worst financial crisis since the Depression, some might expect that the seemingly endless debates and breathless saturation of media coverage of it all would converge into a...
  • Nonpartisan Fiscal Office Says Malloy Pension Savings Wrong By $3.1 Billion

    Gov. Dannel Malloy's estimate of pension savings over 20 years was wrong by $3.1 billion, the legislature's nonpartisan fiscal office said Friday. Malloy had announced that the state would save $4.8 billion over 20 years from a negotiated deal last...
  • Staff Q&A: Which wealthy person would you like to steal from?

    Staff Q&A: Which wealthy person would you like to steal from?
    In “Tower Heist,” opening Friday, a group devastated by a failed Ponzi scheme conspire to rob a businessman’s high-rise. In preparation for the new flick, we asked our staff which unsuspecting individual they would you like to steal from...
  • Breitbart.com sets sights on ruling the conservative conversation

     Breitbart.com sets sights on ruling the conservative conversation
    Andrew Breitbart loathed the "institutional left," and what he called "the Democrat media complex." A son of Brentwood who cut his sharp online incisors working alongside blogging pioneers Matt Drudge and Arianna Huffington, Breitbart went on to forge...
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  • The Tampa party scene - Elephants early to bed, early to rise

    The Tampa party scene - Elephants early to bed, early to rise
    TAMPA, Fla. – Political conventions tend to mess with one’s sense of time. For journalists on the West Coast, whose deadlines are three hours later than usual, it’s heaven. Writing on deadline can be a stressful experience. You have...
  • Amazon pilots (Part 3): The comedies

    Amazon pilots (Part 3): The comedies
    In two previous posts, I discussed the Amazon pilots, a slate of proposed series by the cyberspace bookseller turned virtual moving-picture studio, now streaming online for viewer comment and ratings. (Thousands have already chimed in.) The first post was...