Bush's brain says the Big Money Boyz don't want a repeat of Newt Gingrich's attacks on Mitt Romney. Rove appeared on Fox's Happening Now this Monday and was asked by host Jon Scott whether he though the size of the GOP presidential primary field was going to do damage to the party. Show More Summary
In '94, the GOP used Contract with America to claim mandate for right-wing policies. It worked. Let's learn from it
The moment you've all been waiting for that has been months in the making, Newstoid is finally officially here! We have all the hot scoops, hot hosts, and side-splitting laughter you could ask for. Not to mention the hot beats from community...Show More Summary
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich isn't the only politician who will be joining Dentons. After Dentons completes a merger with McKenna Long & Aldridge, former DNC Chair Howard Dean will also be working for the largest law firm in the world. Show More Summary
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has tried to be a President, a CNN host, a public intellectual, and a man who has been married once. He has mostly failed at these things, and so, like many other lost souls, he has joined a law fi...
Which firm will the former Speaker of the House be working for?
CNN declined to comment on whether Newt Gingrich is still employed at the network in light of news that he is joining the world's largest law firm. Gingrich will start working for Dentons in June as a "senior advisor" in its public policy and regulation practice. Show More Summary
With 11 weeks until the first Republican presidential debate, Newt Gingrich told the Atlanta Journal Constitution that “he’s not sure how you fit 16 people on stage — perhaps you have them draw lots and conduct two debates — but [.....
Newt Gingrich, though not a lawyer, will be a senior adviser at Dentons and arrives as the firm builds out its policy-related practices through mergers and new hires.
Newt Gingrich, the former House speaker and longtime Georgia congressman, said running for president these days is "too big a mountain" for him.
Newt Gingrich is heading to the law firm world. The former Speaker of the House, author, and one-time Republican Presidential hopeful plans to join Dentons as a senior adviser June 1, he said Tuesday.
The crash appears to have had more complicated causes than, say, a sleepy or incompetent engineer. In fact, the engineer has been questioned about the crash and has earned the respect of FBI investigators for being “extremely cooperative” according to the New York Times. And now it seems that the train may have been hit [...]Show More Summary
“Whether it’s the Koch brothers or Soros on the left or Sheldon,” former GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich recently said, “if you’re going to have an election process that radically favors billionaires and is discriminating against the middle class—which we now have—then...
The Apple Watch has already been seen on a variety of celebrity wrists, including Pharrell, Kanye West, Beyonce, and Katy Perry. Politicians Jeb Bush and Newt Gingrich were also recently pictured wearing Apple Watch. Now, however, Apple Watch has made its music video debut thanks to Wiz Khalifa. The popular rapper released a new track called “The Game” recently […]
Former House Speaker and architect of the “Contract with America” Newt Gingrich has joined Mashable as a tech blogger. You did not misread that. The new reviewer took to Twitter this evening to ask for some suggestions for his upcoming … Read more ›
It's an adventure years in the making. Mashable is pleased to welcome our latest guest writer and tech reviewer, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich You probably know Newt from his leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives...Show More Summary
The 2016 GOP race is expected to bring out billionaires bankrolling their candidates. “Whether it's the Koch brothers or Soros on the left or Sheldon," former GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich recently said, “if you're going to...Show More Summary
Here we go! Excited to be reviewing the #AppleWatch for @mashable. More to come in the next few wks. Get ready pic.twitter.com/lzqVH4QmBs May 14, 2015 Read more...
After reading Newt Gingrich's argument that the victory of the Tories in the UK last week was a vindication of a nasty message about welfare bums, I figured it was...
Bill de Blasio says he wants to do what Newt Gingrich did in 1994, but for progressives. Maybe he should stop saying that.The New York mayor, joined by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and economist Joseph Stiglitz, RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►