Saturday, March 28, 2015
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By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 26 (DPI) - Amid the revelations today that a 28-year-old co-pilot deliberately crashed the Germanwings airliner, readers across the internet were drawn to a 2001 magazine article about the two-year probe of the 1999 EgyptAir crash, a gripping narrative which in the wake of
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, N.Y. March 25 (DPI) - A New York Times comment board reflected the best in largely anonymous reader posts, a remarkable show of sensitivity following the crash Monday of a Germanwings Airlines Airbus A320, which killed all 150 aboard. Since the cause of the crash was not immediately kno
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 18 (DPI) - Economist and bond guru James Grant went on CNBC today to remind viewers that central banks - not simply the Federal Reserve but the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan - are engaging in price controls as they drive down interest rates, and price controls n
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, N.Y. March 25 (DPI) - A New York Times comment board reflected the best in largely anonymous reader posts, a remarkable show of sensitivity following the crash Monday of a Germanwings Airlin
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Feb. 9 (DPI) - He's taking some time off, hoping it will all blow over, but Brian Williams seems unlikely to restore the trust he needs with viewers to keep his job.  That's based on the
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan 28 (DPI) - The technology revolution is scaring the crap out of people, even - and perhaps especially - some very smart people, according to what's coming out of meetings at the r
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 18 (DPI) - Economist and bond guru James Grant went on CNBC today to remind viewers that central banks - not simply the Federal Reserve but the European Central Bank and the Ba
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan 28 (DPI) - The technology revolution is scaring the crap out of people, even - and perhaps especially - some very smart people, according to what's coming out of meetings at the r
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan. 6 (DPI) - Veteran portfolio manager Bill Gross wrote today that 2015 will be the year that near-zero interest rates will no longer spur economic growth, and investors should exp
Media, The Net & Messaging
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 26 (DPI) - Amid the revelations today that a 28-year-old co-pilot deliberately crashed the Germanwings airliner, readers across the internet were drawn to a 2001 magazine art
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C.  March 17 (DPI) -- Major news sites on the East Coast - namely, the NY Times and the Washington Post - made much of the news that a San Francisco 49er rookie linebacker has chosen t
By Stephen Clark
NEW YORK, NY Feb. 13 (DPI) - Reader tributes this morning to NYT Columnist David Carr are numerous and gushing, which would likely have amused the talented, mildly sardonic and wizened media writer w
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 18 (DPI) - Economist and bond guru James Grant went on CNBC today to remind viewers that central banks - not simply the Federal Reserve but the European Central Bank and the Ba
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 9 (DPI) - An Emory University law school professor, in an op-ed in The Washington Post today, characterizes the community of legal education - America's law schools -  as paral
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Mar. 3 (DPI) - She used an unsecure personal email for nearly fours years while Secretary of State, then provided only portions of those emails for the public record. She allowed
Home, Lifestyle & Gettin' Out of Town
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C.  March 17 (DPI) -- Major news sites on the East Coast - namely, the NY Times and the Washington Post - made much of the news that a San Francisco 49er rookie linebacker has chosen t
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Jan. 9 (DPI) - Reader comments boards were awash yesterday with sarcasm and skepticism over a former FBI director's report that largely exonerated the NFL in its handling of the Ray Rice
By Stephen Clark
(DPI BOOK REVIEW) I was born in Washington and grew up here in the 60s and 70s. Since returning after 30 years afield, I've reflected often on what's changed. More traffic on the Beltway and new bike
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