Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Aug. 22 (DPI) - The University of Missouri has shuttered seven dormitories and seen undergraduate enrollment plunge about 30% since alumni and state residents began turning their backs on the school, following on-campus demonstrations two years ago by leftist activists, according to
By DPI Staff
NEW ORLEANS, LA Aug. 17 (DPI) - Charlottesville was clearly a turning point in America's debate over the future of Confederate statues - that discussion is now over, as municipalities across the South begin quietly removing them. But before the violence this weekend in the central Virginia colleg
By DPI Staff
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA Aug. 14 (DPI) - The weekend tragedy here - in which a White Nationalist rally left a counter-protester and two police officers dead and many other people injured - has echoed worldwide, the latest harsh reminder that 2017 America has a serious problem of racist groups willing to
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
By DPI Staff
NEW ORLEANS, LA Aug. 17 (DPI) - Charlottesville was clearly a turning point in America's debate over the future of Confederate statues - that discussion is now over, as municipalities across the South
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Aug. 9 (DPI) - America's culture wars got a fresh controversy this week when a young know-it-all software programmer wrote a long missive to his colleagues at Google declaring that the
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Aug. 4 (DPI) - For months now anyone who's hit the links has wondered: What kind of golfer is Donald Trump? Apparently he is good at it, as he's said to possess a scoring handicap of
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
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NEW YORK, NY June 2 (DPI) - Donald Trump has pulled the US out of the landmark Paris climate accords, the latest gesture of petty nationalism that, by most measures at least, should trigger varying de
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. April 28 (DPI) - In an apparent bid to look productive in his first 100 days, Donald Trump yesterday rushed out a vague tax-cut proposal that was criticized by almost every tier of Am
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Mar. 16 (DPI) - Yesterday's interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve - and a promise for more later in the year - sets the stage for a worsening relationship between the Fed and Whit
Media, The Net & Messaging
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. July 27 (DPI) - The Washington Post published an odd report about a 37-year-old Pakistani-American who for years worked as an IT administrator for Democrats on Capitol Hill - and who
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, DC July 18 (DPI) - Disclosures last week that Donald Trump Jr. met last summer with Russian government officials sparked mostly dismay and a now-weary outrage, but little that may weaken o
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. June 30 (DPI) - The nation's citizens  - or at least those who take to comment boards on news sites - are beside themselves yet again, as the President of our United States tweeted
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Aug. 22 (DPI) - The University of Missouri has shuttered seven dormitories and seen undergraduate enrollment plunge about 30% since alumni and state residents began turning their back
By DPI Staff
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA Aug. 14 (DPI) - The weekend tragedy here - in which a White Nationalist rally left a counter-protester and two police officers dead and many other people injured - has echoed world
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C.  July 31 (DPI) - After months of hand-wringing and doomsday posts, readers of major news sites now seem to be accepting that the Trump Administration is little more than an entertain
Home, Lifestyle & Gettin' Out of Town
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 29 (DPI) - With the first reports yesterday of the death of 84-year-old Debbie Reynolds - only a day after the passing of her 60-year-old daughter Carrie Fisher - the internet co
By Stephen Clark
(DPI Book Review) Dec. 7, 2016 - There is a good person somewhere in the Yale Law School admissions office. That person exercised his or her institutional power - quiet power about as random as a Ti
By DPI Staff
CHICAGO Oct. 24 (DPI) - As baseball fans settle in for an historic World Series, some may ponder who'll get the credit if the Chicago Cubs break their 108-year championship drought. And the answer, wi
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