Saturday, February 28, 2015
Top Stories
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 27 (DPI) - The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 yesterday for sweeping changes in the way it regulates the internet, in effect deciding to supervise the net as if it were a utility and thereby ensuring a uniform flow of bandwidth for all. While the ruling is wid
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 26 (DPI) - Wisconsin Governor and presidential hopeful Scott Walker is taking on his state's public sector unions again, seeking new Right To Work laws that weaken public workers groups' standing before the politicians with whom they negotiate their compensation. Walker may
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 17 (DPI) - In a show of almost unheard-of political self-criticism, longtime Democratic strategist Patrick Caddell in an interview last week slammed his party's left wing, calling them hypocrites who "don't care about ordinary people" and who "think they should lie around in
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
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
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 23 (DPI) - It took him nearly six years, but Barack Obama finally took a bold and independent step on the global stage - and the results will likely be transformative, both for
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
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
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Nov. 26 (DPI) - A New York Times reporter did a huge favor to a relatively new and unknown Hollywood-based enterprise that helps finance divorce fights by highlighting its role in pos
Media, The Net & Messaging
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
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
NEW YORK, NY Jan. 29 (DPI) -- Lynsey Addario has written a book about her adventures as a photojournalist in Middle East war zones - often working as she carried her unborn child - and The New York
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 27 (DPI) - The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 yesterday for sweeping changes in the way it regulates the internet, in effect deciding to supervise the net as if it
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 26 (DPI) - Wisconsin Governor and presidential hopeful Scott Walker is taking on his state's public sector unions again, seeking new Right To Work laws that weaken public workers
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 17 (DPI) - In a show of almost unheard-of political self-criticism, longtime Democratic strategist Patrick Caddell in an interview last week slammed his party's left wing, calli
Home, Lifestyle & Gettin' Out of Town
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
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Feb. 12 (DPI)  -- Yankees longtime shortstop Derek Jeter made it official today that he'll retire after the 2014 season, prompting near-unanimous online cheers of "bravo on a great caree
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