Scandal-O-Matic: The Obama Administration Edition
Your 10-step guide to the entirely predictable outcome of the unpleasantness in Washington.
By Bruce Feirstein | Illustrations by Walter C. Baumann

Scandal-O-Matic: The Obama Administration Edition

Your 10-step guide to the entirely predictable outcome of the unpleasantness in Washington.

By Bruce Feirstein | Illustrations by Walter C. Baumann

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The first five pups include: 

1. Willow and Holly, the two surviving Corgis who appeared with Queen Elizabeth during the opening ceremony of the London Olympics.

2. Bo, the Obamas’ Portuguese water dog.

3. Lupo, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s cocker spaniel.

4. Beast, Mark Zuckerberg’s Hungarian sheepdog.

5. Boo: World’s Cutest Dog.

See the rest here.

“Russia has forgotten the crucial political rule of putting bros before Snows.”

More on President Obama’s canceled meeting with Vladmir Putin.

Inside Sunnylands.

Tour the lavish California estate where President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping are headed for a bro-cation to work things out. 

Prancing on a Volcano | Time for Our Leaders to Acknowledge Climate Change, Globalization, and Genetic Engineering
Illustration by Barry Blitt
“Those who do nothing are inviting shame, as well as violence. Those who act boldly are recognizing right, as well as reality.”

—John F. Kennedy

Todd S. Purdum on Obama’s Birmingham Moment in the Aftermath of Newtown.

This is what voting feels like.
Photograph by Mark Seliger

This is what voting feels like.

Photograph by Mark Seliger

When Barack Obama bowls, he bowls to win.
The Presidential Sports Scorecard revealed.

When Barack Obama bowls, he bowls to win.

The Presidential Sports Scorecard revealed.

V.F. contributing editor Michael Lewis had unprecedented access to President Obama in the White House, on Air Force One, and on the basketball court for his October feature. Read a preview of the story and see more photos here. 
Photograph by Pete Souza/Official White House Photograph

V.F. contributing editor Michael Lewis had unprecedented access to President Obama in the White House, on Air Force One, and on the basketball court for his October feature. Read a preview of the story and see more photos here.

Photograph by Pete Souza/Official White House Photograph