IOWA. Did you see sticker kid last night?
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) February 2, 2016
COIN FLIPS. NPR fact-checks the claim that coin flips won Hillary Clinton the Iowa Caucuses (short answer: they didn’t).
BROADWAY. James Corden to host the Tonys.
PRIMARIES. Elizabeth Warren on whether she will offer an endorsement to either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders following the Iowa caucuses: “We’ll see.”
NATIONAL MALL. Smithsonian to open the National Museum of African American History and Culture on September 24 in Washington, DC: “The museum has built a collection of 11 exhibits to trace the history of slavery, segregation, civil rights and African-Americans’ achievements in the arts, entertainment, sports, the military and the wider culture. Artifacts on loan from other institutions will also be on display, such as two documents signed by President Abraham Lincoln: the 13th Amendment and the Emancipation Proclamation.”
— Smithsonian (@smithsonian) February 1, 2016
ON THE STUMP.
Bob Rumson Richard Dreyfus attends Ted Cruz campaign event: “’No,’ he said, when it was pointed out that his presence suggested support. ‘It suggests that I’m interested in what he has to say. We come at it from different places. But he reveres the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. When you seek to be the president of a country that has 300 million people, you can’t get everyone on the same platform. You can’t. But if you can make it clear that the most important things are shared, then fine…I’m not prepping. As a citizen I’m looking to see if anyone is going to revive the old Republican Party. We need the old Republican Party. I’ve got no problem with saying that.”
MUSIC. Zayn Malik teases bit of new track, “Late Nights”, says “Pillowtalk” isn’t all about sex: “The actual intent of the song is even though you have great times in a relationship, you have really bad times as well but that’s what makes it worth while because you learn things and you go through experiences that bring you closer together.”
TELEVISION. TLC’s Duggar juggernaut 19 Kids and Counting may be returning to airwaves with child-molestor Josh Duggar on-board.
SUPER BOWL. Lady Gaga will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 50.
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) February 2, 2016
NEVER LET GO. Kate Winslet says Rose could have totally made room for Jack on that door.
DESIGN. Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian take you inside their cribs in latest issue of Architectural Digest.
ENVIRONMENT. The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology looks poised to fight the landmark Paris Climate Agreement: “Chaired by Lamar Smith, a Republican from Texas, [Tuesday’s] hearing offered a glimpse of how the Republicans plan to oppose the landmark climate deal. And no surprise, it’s a basically a continuation of their arguments from the last several decades: Question the economics adapting to climate change, question the science proving it, and question legality of President Obama’s approach to dealing with the issue.”
TECHNOLOGY. Apple rumored to unveil iPhone 5se, iPad Air 3 and Apple Watch updates at March 15 event: “While the internals are revamped, the 5se’s externals nearly mirror the 5s’s save for “less shiny” and possibly slightly curved edges. The 5se will be priced the same as the 5s, according to sources, starting at $450 for 16GB. A 64GB model will also be offered.”
RELIGION. Catholic priest in Chicago comes out as gay: “I’d like to be one of those priests, who, with great respect for the church’s teaching, can say: I’m a human being. I’m a son — one of six — I’m gay and I’m a priest, period.”
INSTAGRAM. Model Hideo Muraoka knows how to get grounded.