Thursday, March 30, 2017
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By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 29 (DPI) - The Trump Administration has ushered in a new era of strange things, from compulsive midnight tweets to hilariously false claims by officials who should know better. And while all of that may be unsettling, it's great news for the nation's many political columnists,
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 24 (DPI) - Retired academic and journalist Tom Edsall, who writes a weekly online column on politics on the NYT site, posted one of those mildly provocative opinion pieces in which he asserted that old-fashioned discipline, restraint, persistence and delayed gratification go a
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Mar. 19 (DPI) - A Hollywood screenwriter who went to law school but ditched the law early on offered up a commentary on her old profession today. She suggested that those law schools abandoning the LSAT are making a mistake because doing so won't attract more applicants who actually wan
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 24 (DPI) - Retired academic and journalist Tom Edsall, who writes a weekly online column on politics on the NYT site, posted one of those mildly provocative opinion pieces in wh
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Mar. 19 (DPI) - A Hollywood screenwriter who went to law school but ditched the law early on offered up a commentary on her old profession today. She suggested that those law schools aban
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 1 (DPI) - A single conciliatory speech - by a man with zero history of being conciliatory - seems to have quickly shifted expectations of Donald Trump. The mainstream media aba
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
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
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY  Feb. 22 (DPI) - New York Times economics blogger Jeff Sommer penned an all-over-the-place column based on something his father once told him: Billionaires are necessary because of their
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Feb. 7 (DPI) - Amid daily noise from the Trump administration - tweets and proclamations with no genuine implications for economic policy, at least yet - US stock indices continue their
Media, The Net & Messaging
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 10 (DPI) - The Washington Post today jumped in the gutter with The Washington Redskins as it cited anonymous sources when it reported that the team's fired general manager had a
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY  March 6 (DPI) - A prominent editor of The New York Times came out with a surprising defense of Kellyanne Conway, asserting that Trump's hopelessly incompetent and optics-blind adviser w
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb. 9 (DPI) - In a span of three weeks the new counselor to the president has coined for America the phrase "alternative facts," has made up an act of terrorism called the "Bowling G
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 29 (DPI) - The Trump Administration has ushered in a new era of strange things, from compulsive midnight tweets to hilariously false claims by officials who should know better.
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. March 7 (DPI) - For US readers it's an obvious pattern: Wikileaks can swipe whole terabytes of secret data from US national security agencies, but it can't seem to hack into the IRS's
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Feb 27 (DPI) -  In something of a departure for big media, The New York Times this weekend gave space to a sober, nuanced, wait-and-see analysis of Trump's political guru, Stephen
Home, Lifestyle & Gettin' Out of Town
By DPI Staff
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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