Kate Moss' long-awaited Playboy 60th Anniversary cover was unveiled online today

Playboy suing Harper's Bazaar over Kate Moss 'bunny girl' pictures

The British supermodel posed as the cover star for the men’s magazine’s 60th anniversary issue

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie

More trouble for New Jersey's Chris Christie, as he's caught in scandal over storm relief

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie visited Florida this weekend, on a trip likely intended to boost his profile as a potential presidential candidate. Instead, the scandal-plagued Republican arrived in the Sunshine State under a cloud. On Saturday Dawn Zimmer, the Democrat mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, claimed in a television interview that two of Christie’s close aides had threatened to withhold Hurricane Sandy relief funds from her city if she continued to oppose a major property development plan backed by the Governor.

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Lena Dunham photoshopped: Does feminism preclude women from wanting to look good?

Jezebel £10,000 offer for untouched photos of the New York comic is unsettling

Valérie Trierweiler left hospital in Paris yesterday, a week after reports emerged that her partner, President François Hollande, was having an affair with the actress Julie Gayet

Francois Hollande told Valerie Trierweiler during hospital visit: 'I need more time'

French press reports President likely to choose actress Julie Gayet and ask First Lady to leave Elysee Palace

Valérie Trierweiler left hospital in Paris today, a week after reports emerged that her partner, President François Hollande, was having an affair with the actress Julie Gayet

French First Lady Valérie Trierweiler leaves hospital a week after scandal of François Hollande's 'affair' with actress Julie Gayet

President's official partner driven to presidential retreat outside Paris

Public pain: Valérie Trierweiler has to still to endure the humiliation of facing the world

Public pain: Valérie Trierweiler has to still to endure the humiliation of facing the world after President Hollande's affair

Being beautiful, successful and rich doesn’t protect you from pain, but when endured in the spotlight, the results can be devastating

Grace Dent on TV: Benefits Street, Channel 4

The title screams "poverty porn", but this is a show rich in compassion 

Nicolas Anelka is available to play against Everton on Monday as he awaits judgement from the FA

West Brom shirt sponsor threatens to walk away if Nicolas Anelka plays in wake of 'quenelle' row

West Bromwich Albion's shirt sponsor, property search website Zoopla, has reportedly threatened to cancel its deal with the club over Nicolas Anelka's controversial "quenelle" goal celebration.

Alan Pardew will not face charges following his insult towards Manuel Pellegrini

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew admits boiling over in heat of battle

'I am going to war and I want my team to win,' says Magpies boss

Briscoe was asked about Chris Huhne's 'liaisons with men' by reporters

Barrister Constance Briscoe says she was asked about Chris Huhne's ‘liaisons with men’ by reporter

The high-profile barrister accused of lying to police about her contacts with the media over a plot to bring down the politician Chris Huhne claimed to have been approached by a reporter investigating the former minister’s alleged “liaisons with men”, a court was told.

A Beats by Dr Dre event in Las Vegas. The rap star is launching his streaming service on Tuesday

Why Spotify can’t forget about Dr Dre’s new venture: Rapper’s Beats Music brings new competition to an already crowded market of streaming services

They used to be known as DJs but now it is the “curators” who compile online playlists who are as crucial to the future of the music industry as the artists themselves.

Liam Culverhouse has been jailed for six years for causing the death of his 20 month old daughter

Traumatised Afghan veteran jailed for killing 20-month-old daughter

A soldier left traumatised after being severely wounded during a surprise attack in Afghanistan and witnessing the deaths of five of his colleagues was jailed for six years yesterday for killing his 20-month old daughter.

Mourners visit the home of Margaret Thatcher in April 2013; her Belgravia house will go on sale after major refurbishment

Baroness Thatcher’s £12m Belgravia house to go on sale after major refurbishment

A development company has bought the property and is getting it ready to sell on

Bill and Hillary Clinton: the book alleges that she kept a tally of all those members of Congress who endorsed Obama for the presidency, and of those who backed her, and with what degree of zeal

Bill and Hillary Clinton: Who’s on their grudge list? And what did they do wrong?

A new book says the Clintons don’t just bear grudges, they write them down and rank them

Michelle Obama: What the US First Lady really thinks about turning 50

The First Lady on confidence, achievement and the all-important issue plaguing the female face of a nation: plastic surgery

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