Reliable Source: Cafe Milano adds privacy for VIP diners

Couple whose White House engagement caught media attention describes ‘wild’ reaction; Tom Cotton defends his title as fastest senator, while Mike Gallagher has House honors in charity race; D.C. judge gives Michael Brown, the city councilman convicted of taking bribes, permission to wed in the Hamptons; Laura Bush returns to Washington to press for a women’s museum on the Mall;
 
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Cafe Milano adds privacy for VIP diners
The see-and-be-seen Italian restaurant wants to keep gawkers from its patrons, who include plenty of Trump administration officials.
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Couple whose White House engagement caught media attention describes ‘wild’ reaction
Friends and extended family found out about their engagement on the morning news.
 
Tom Cotton defends his title as fastest senator, while Mike Gallagher has House honors in charity race
The annual charity race was a bit more eventful than usual.
 
D.C. judge gives Michael Brown, the city councilman convicted of taking bribes, permission to wed in the Hamptons
Brown needed permission from the court to leave the area under the terms of his probation.
 
Laura Bush returns to Washington to press for a women’s museum on the Mall
The former first lady jokes about what she misses about the White House: It’s the chef.
 
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