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Valerie Plame is an American spy whose identity was revealed by a Washington Post reporter in 2005. President George W. Bush and members of his administration were suspected of orchestrating the leak after Plame's husband, diplomat Joseph Wilson, wrote an article criticizing the Bush administration for exaggerating evidence about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. One of Bush's top aides, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, was convicted and sentenced to 30 months in prison for the "Plame Affair," as it became known. Plame retired her CIA post in response to the incident.

Valerie Plame, America’s Most Famous Ex-Spy, Finds her New Identity: Running for Congress

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The book "National Security Mom: Why Going Soft Will Make America Strong" offers the basics of contemporary terrorism trends and national security policymaking from a parent's perspective. Written by Gina M. Bennett – a mom of five with 20 years experience in national security as a counterterrorism expert for the US Intelligence Community – this book demystifies the underworld of terrorism and offers a unique comparison of how the super-secret intelligence approach to securing our nation is surprisingly similar to how parents secure their homes and families.

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“The Crown” won best TV drama and “Schitt’s Creek” nabbed best TV comedy at the 78th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, providing moments of triumph during a broadcast that unspooled in the shadow of a global pandemic and amid a controversy that is roiling the cliquish organization behind the annual show. “Nomadland,” a low-budget drama about a woman traveling around the American West, scored a best motion picture drama prize, while making history for its director Chloé Zhao. She became only the second woman to win a best director prize, joining Barbra Streisand, who was recognized for directing “Yentl” in 1983.

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 Sophia Loren Plays a Holocaust Surviver in new movie

Sophia Loren, 84, looks fantastic in a flowing grey wig on set of new film The Life Ahead as she prepared to make a hotly anticipated return to screens after 10 years. The glamorous screen siren just ended filming her first movie role in almost ten years, for a project directed by her 46-year-old son Edoardo Ponti. This will be the Italian movie legend's hotly anticipated return to screens and fans will see the star take on the role of a Holocaust survivor who spends her time taking care of the children of prostitutes.  

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Nominations have arrived for the 2020 Tony Awards! Tony winner James Monroe Iglehart announced the nominees live on October 15. As previously announced, the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing have revealed the ceremony will take place digitally this fall. Leading the nominations are the musicals Jagged Little Pill with 15, Moulin Rouge! with 14 and Slave Play with a record-breaking 12 nods—the most ever given to a non-musical.  The 74th Annual Tony Awards will recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2019–20 season. Originally scheduled to be held on June 7, 2020 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and televised by CBS, the ceremony was postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.