Savannah Guthrie, John Oliver, Megyn Kelly and more celebrate journalism's elite at the Four Seasons restaurant in Manhattan. Plus, Norah O'Donnell, "X-Men" star Patrick Stewart, Arianna Huffington and Harvey Weinstein reveal what they would do if they were New York City's mayor for a day.
At THR's 2014 Most Powerful People in NY Media party, the pregnant "Today" anchor said she's excited about the new additions to her professional and personal families. Joined by co-host Willie Geist, Guthrie said he's one of the most powerful people she knows, and he returned the compliment.
The Jon Stewart spawn, who launches his own late-night show April 27, talks to THR about the cable net ("real freedom … not just blood or boobs"), being in charge ("I sound like everything I've come to hate") and his love-hate relationship with the city ("8 million people have made a bad choice").
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