How Washington Could Force Donald Trump to Betray His Supporters — Fortune

Donald Trump thundered to Americans, “I am your voice,” as he accepted the Republican presidential nomination this summer. As president, he’ll find that Washington has a way of shouting back–even to the point of drowning him out. The seat of the federal government is teeming with interest groups, corporate lobbyists and big-money super PACs. They… via…

How To Watch Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Live — Fortune

Where can you watch a reality TV star, a Grammy-winning singer, a pair of buzzed-about filmmakers, and a slew of female execs from some of the world’s hottest companies talking business–and life? Just one place: Fortune‘s 2016 Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, where rising female leaders gather to discuss business, government, philanthropy, education, and… via…

For Now, Melania Trump Plans to be Long-Distance First Lady — Fortune

It will be one of many unusual things about a Donald Trump administration: a long-distance first lady. Trump will move into the White House after the Jan. 20 inauguration. Breaking with tradition, Melania Trump and 10-year-old son Barron plan to remain in New York City at least until the end of the school year. While… via…

How Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah Became an Undisputed Classic — TIME

Tributes from musicians across the world have been paid to legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen, who passed away at the age of 82 on Thursday. The Canadian singer-songwriter had a long-running and celebrated career spanning decades, with his song “Hallelujah” becoming a sleeper hit decades after it was produced in 1984. But the song for which… via…

‘Passengers’ Director Talks –The Contenders — Deadline

Oscar-nominated director Morten Tyldum revealed what attracted him to Sony’s sci-fi love story Passengers at Deadline’s annual Contenders event today: The movie’s a balancing act. “It’s an intimate film,” said Tyldum about Passengers, which relies largely on the Jennifer Lawrence-Chris Pratt chemistry, “but the epic quality was a balancing act. Because it’s a character-driven film,…

Ken Loach’s ‘I, Daniel Blake’ Leads British Independent Film Awards Race — Variety

Ken Loach’s “I, Daniel Blake” topped the list of nominations for the British Independent Film Awards announced Tuesday. The film features in seven categories, including film, director and screenplay. Its stars, Hayley Squires and Dave Johns, are both nominated twice, for the acting prizes (actress and actor, respectively) and for most promising newcomer. “American Honey,”…… via…