Managing editor Gable fires Bennett from her newspaper job but later sees her being escorted by playboy Stephens. Gable believes that millionaire Hamilton is about to divorce his wife, Alexander, because she has been seeing Stephens on the sly, so he rehires Bennett to snoop on her
boyfriend. Bennett, however, gets wise to Gable's using her, so she throws herself at the playboy, going home with him after a party. Alexander follows them from the party, and, while Bennett is in an upstairs bedroom, she enters Stephens' mansion and begins a row with him. He shoots her, then
hides the body. He then takes Bennett home and--busy night for him--returns home, retrieves the body and takes it to Hamilton's home. Naturally, Hamilton is arrested for his wife's murder, but Gable has been following Stephens' movements and confronts him, compelling him to give a full confession
which runs in the next edition. Gable and Bennett scoop the world and wind up in each other's arms, talking about marriage and a two-day honeymoon, such are the demands of a working press. A pleasant but mindless film.
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