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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 28 (DPI) - In an apparent bid to look productive in his first 100 days, Donald Trump yesterday rushed out a vague tax-cut proposal that was criticized by almost every tier of Am

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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 25 (DPI) --  Sheryl Sandberg is promoting a book about raising children and helping them handle grief, and The New York Times site generously gave the high profile Facebook C

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NEW YORK, NY April 13 (DPI) -- In this age of Anyone Can Videotape Anything Any Time, it seems almost unthinkable that a major airline would risk an always fragile reputation by forcibly removing a r

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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

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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

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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

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan. 26 (DPI) - The new president today waved an Oval Office pen and declared he's breaking ground on a border wall with Mexico, a jarring campaign pledge that's widely seen as having

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NEW YORK, NY Dec. 31 (DPI) - Roger Cohen, one of NYT's more measured and respected columnists, yesterday fired off sharp criticism of Australia for its "indefensible policy of cruelty" toward refugees

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 21 (DPI) - A three-year-old US internet security start-up held a conference call with major online advertisers this week explaining how a group of hackers - apparently in Russia

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Dec. 5 (DPI) - Firefighters are still pulling bodies from the rubble of an Oakland, Ca., warehouse that caught fire and killed at least 36 Friday night. Readers on comment boards  ac

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