Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Top Stories
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. May 19 (DPI)  - The Washington Post website generates a lot of words these days -  at least five times more words daily than its print edition, to say nothing of thousands more pages archived online. The demand for digital content alone explains the erosion in quality of both n
By DPI Staff
BALTIMORE, MD. May 13 (DPI) - Ten people were shot on the streets of Baltimore last Sunday alone, part of a sudden surge in street violence in the city following last month's riots. And the national media have largely ignored the trend, which is no less significant than the April street violence tri
By DPI Staff
ARLINGTON, VA  May 12 (DPI) - In the days after the November 2014 home-invasion attack on its managing partner, Arlington-based Bean Kinney & Korman had to fend off dozens of reporters who went to surprising lengths to get access to the firm, senior lawyers at the firm said last week. As th
News Features & Profiles of People Worth Reading About
By DPI Staff
BALTIMORE, MD. May 13 (DPI) - Ten people were shot on the streets of Baltimore last Sunday alone, part of a sudden surge in street violence in the city following last month's riots. And the national m
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C.  May 4 (DPI) - An event in suburban Dallas yesterday - in which organizers offered $10,000 for the "best" caricature of Mohamed, which in turn attracted two Islamist gunmen later  
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. April 27 (DPI) -- The announcement last month that Sweet Briar College will close due to “insurmountable financial challenges” triggered a backlash of lawsuits from faculty and a
Finance, Business, Investments & Your Dough
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. April 2 (DPI) - The latest job-growth numbers pushed the nation's unemployment rate to an impressive sounding 5.5%, but the hard-money crowd - utterly out of favor and largely po
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
Media, The Net & Messaging
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C. May 19 (DPI)  - The Washington Post website generates a lot of words these days -  at least five times more words daily than its print edition, to say nothing of thousands more pa
By DPI Staff
BALTIMORE, MD. May 13 (DPI) - Ten people were shot on the streets of Baltimore last Sunday alone, part of a sudden surge in street violence in the city following last month's riots. And the national m
By DPI Staff
ARLINGTON, VA  May 12 (DPI) - In the days after the November 2014 home-invasion attack on its managing partner, Arlington-based Bean Kinney & Korman had to fend off dozens of reporters who went 
Politics, Policy & Public Power
By DPI Staff
WASHINGTON, D.C.  May 4 (DPI) - An event in suburban Dallas yesterday - in which organizers offered $10,000 for the "best" caricature of Mohamed, which in turn attracted two Islamist gunmen later  
By DPI Staff
NEW YORK, NY April 21 (DPI) - Hillary Clinton's nascent presidential campaign has been buffeted by harsh reader comments this week, reinforcing the notion that the 67-year-old former first lady is o
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
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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