[Cox, Arquette]USA Today's two known celebrity guests for Saturday's White House Correspondents' Association dinner are separated
Fortunately for Gannett's biggest title, management hasn't saddled themselves with The Washington Post's embarrassment: politi-tool Donald Trump. (Although I don't know whether USAT tried.)
A question I'd really like answered: How many tables has USAT paid for, and at what price? In years past, the paper paid a total $16,000 for eight tables. Last year, a table cost $2,225.