Monday, September 26, 2016
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By DPI Staff
ARLINGTON, VA Sept. 19 (DPI) - A man who viciously attacked a prominent Northern Virginia lawyer and his wife in a home invasion in 2014 is facing a long prison sentence - though the assailant's wife, who assisted in the attack and was a former employee of one of the victims, negotiated a plea de
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 15 (DPI) - Many posters on comment boards today want to see Edward Snowden show some guts and return to the U.S. and face a trial by his peers, as readers largely dismissed the latest calls that the ex-NSA staffer who stole classified data be pardoned. With Oliver Stone's
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 12 (DPI) - The NFL may have to re-vamp its pre-game ceremonies if fistfights and other disruptions break out among fans, now that there's a precedent for protest during the playing of the anthem. In fact, the league may have to either play the national anthem prior to players
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 12 (DPI) - The NFL may have to re-vamp its pre-game ceremonies if fistfights and other disruptions break out among fans, now that there's a precedent for protest during the pla
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. July 12 (DPI) - There's a good chance - a better than even chance, say many pundits - that computer hackers will gain access to Donald Trump's tax returns by election day. Such a disc
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NEW YORK, NY June 29 (DPI) - The more voters learn about Donald Trump's business practices, the less likely they are to vote for him, the latest wave of media reports suggests. And if Trump's credibi
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
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NEW YORK Aug. 7 (DPI) - The New York Times printed on the front page of its Sunday edition today a promotion of more spending to ignite global growth, and before midnight Saturday nearly 800 readers
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NEW YORK, NY July 18 (DPI) - A prominent economist known for his respected real-estate index came out this weekend with the surprising claim that real estate - in its broadest definition, including f
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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 22 (DPI) - Centrist economist Robert Samuelson pointedly asserted that reforming America's byzantine tax code is almost impossible, given political influences of all kinds over
Media, The Net & Messaging
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 15 (DPI) - Many posters on comment boards today want to see Edward Snowden show some guts and return to the U.S. and face a trial by his peers, as readers largely dismissed the
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Aug. 29 (DPI) - A dean at The University of Chicago last week informed incoming freshman that the school doesn't condone "safe spaces" and "trigger warnings," which naturally set off ano
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK Aug. 7 (DPI) - The New York Times printed on the front page of its Sunday edition today a promotion of more spending to ignite global growth, and before midnight Saturday nearly 800 readers
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Aug. 29 (DPI) - A dean at The University of Chicago last week informed incoming freshman that the school doesn't condone "safe spaces" and "trigger warnings," which naturally set off ano
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY Aug 29 (DPI) - Disgraced former politician Anthony Weiner managed to disgrace himself further by sexting while in bed - with his 5-year-old son next to him - apparently the last straw for
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Aug. 23 (DPI) - Confirming what many suspected, emails reveal that Hillary Clinton routinely used her family's charitable foundation to sell access to her office as Secretary of State
Home, Lifestyle & Gettin' Out of Town
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 12 (DPI) - The NFL may have to re-vamp its pre-game ceremonies if fistfights and other disruptions break out among fans, now that there's a precedent for protest during the pla
By DPI Staff
SOUTHINGTON, CT. May 2 (DPI) - ESPN is looking especially vindictive today as the sports network edited out references to Curt Schilling from its documentary of the 2004 Boston Red Sox.  And readers
By DPI Staff
SANTA CLARA, CA Feb. 8 (DPI) - A sullen Panthers QB Cameron Newton gave curt answers at a three-minute press conference after last night's Super Bowl, and readers across the internet scolded him for
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