Don Rickles, the legendary insult comic who spent decades making fun of everyone from regular joes to Frank Sinatra, died of kidney failure on Thursday in his L.A. home at the age of 90. Sarcastically known as “Mr. Warmth,” Rickles got one of his biggest break in 1957 when he greeted Sinatra as he walked in on his act in a Miami nightclub by telling the iconic performer, “Make yourself at home, Frank. Hit somebody.” He would go on to perform on several Dean Martin Celebrity Roast specials in the 1970s and appeared with Sinatra at President Ronald Reagan’s second inaugural ball. Rickles also worked in movies, voicing Mr. Potato Head in the Toy Story franchise and delivering a memorable dramatic turn in Martin Scorsese’s Casino. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Barbara.

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Here’s a newspaper correction for the ages: The New York Times was forced to issue a revision this week after mistakenly identifying Ivanka Trump in a news story as Donald Trump’s wife instead of his daughter. The correction, which related to an article called “Tracking the President’s Visits to Trump Properties,” read, “Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article misidentified Ivanka Trump as President Trump’s wife. His wife is Melania. Ivanka is one of his daughters.” Of course, Ivanka recently took over a White House office typically reserved for First Ladies, which is just one reason why this is a very understandable mistake to make.

After announcing Lady Gaga as the face of Tiffany & Co. with their first Super Bowl halftime ad, the jewelry brand has finally released the full ad campaign, shot by fashion photographer David Sims and styled by former Vogue editor Grace Coddington.

The singer is outfitted in a white silk shirt, simple black turtleneck, and tailored trousers, while sporting pieces from the new 18k gold and sterling silver collection, including a chain link necklace, wrap link bracelet and sculptural three-tiered drop earrings.

While the collection won’t be in stores until April 28th and online May 2nd, some of the pieces (which start at $400) are available for pre-order now on the site, which also includes a series of behind-the-scenes photos and videos from their shoot with Gaga.

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