Tuesday, September 26, 2017
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WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 25 (DPI) - The NFL got a new twist on its simmering player-protest controversy this weekend, as Donald Trump blasted the league's small number of players who have been taking a

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 13 (DPI) - The New York Times boldly proclaimed this week that Denver is the best city for Amazon's second national headquarters, only days after the Seattle-based online retai

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Sept. 5 (DPI) - Economist Robert Samuelson, a political moderate and a regular for The Washington Post,  penned a somewhat contrarian column this weekend suggesting that optimism a

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NEW ORLEANS, LA Aug. 17 (DPI) - Charlottesville was clearly a turning point in America's debate over the future of Confederate statues - that discussion is now over, as municipalities across the South

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NEW YORK, NY Aug. 9 (DPI) - America's culture wars got a fresh controversy this week when a young know-it-all software programmer wrote a long missive to his colleagues at Google declaring that the

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Aug. 4 (DPI) - For months now anyone who's hit the links has wondered: What kind of golfer is Donald Trump? Apparently he is good at it, as he's said to possess a scoring handicap of

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NEW YORK, NY July 3 (DPI) - The New York Times today handed the stage to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who in an op-ed asserted the city's "L" mass transit system is a good example of properly mainta

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WASHINGTON, D.C. June 14 (DPI) - North Korea yesterday released 23-year-old Otto Warmbier after 16 months of captivity, but the young man's near-death condition and the circumstances that led to it

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MIDDLEBURY, VT May 25 (DPI) - Middlebury College meted out discipline akin to demerits for 67 students who participated in a now-infamous protest over a talk by Charles Murray back in March. No stude

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NEW YORK, NY May 15 (DPI) - The New York Times Sunday Magazine went Cosmo this weekend, posing one of those permanently inane questions, which sound reasonable to inexperienced young people but to eve

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