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What It's Like to Photograph the President (Hint: Be Quick)

4 minutes agoArts / Photography : Wired: Photo

Photographer Christopher Anderson prepared for every possible scenario for his cover shoot with the commander in chief.

Riddick is a candidate in Kansas City, but he hasn’t directly been contacted yet

A strange situation emerged on Sunday morning, when the league-owned media conglomerate (i.e., partially owned by the Chiefs) reported that the Chiefs had reached out to ESPN analyst and former NFL defensive back Louis Riddick about interviewing for the unanticipated G.M. vacancy in Kanas City. Riddick, who presumably would be interested in interviewing for the…

Ryan Cowden, Scott Fitterer the latest names in Chiefs G.M. search

Two outside candidates are part of the Chiefs General Manager search. Titans director of player personnel Ryan Cowden and Seahawks co-director of player personnel Scott Fitterer are both on the Chiefs’ radar, according to Tom Pelissero of USA Today. Cowden is a former Panthers scout who left Carolina last year for a better job in…

Chiefs to interview in-house Brett Veach for G.M. job

The Chiefs have been turned down at least once, but they have one known candidate for their vacant General Manager job. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, they’ll interview internal candidate Brett Veach to replace fired G.M. John Dorsey. Veach has background with coach Andy Reid, which can’t hurt since there’s at least…

Report: George Paton turns down Chiefs G.M. interview

After being considered for a couple other G.M. jobs, Vikings Assistant General Manager George Paton has decided not to interview for another. Paton declined an interview for the Chiefs G.M. vacancy, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. The Colts and 49ers both considered Paton for their G.M. vacancies in January, so his name has been…

Amtrak Picks Delta’s Former Chief to Lead It Through Challenging Time

27 minutes agoNews : NYTimes: News

Richard Anderson, who retired from Delta last year after nine years of running the airline, will serve as co-chief executive with Charles Moorman until Dec. 21.

Forest Service Chief to report to new Acting Under Secretary

The new Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, has selected a new... This is only the beginning of the article. Visit to read the rest.

No immediate ruling on fate of Texas' 'sanctuary cities' law

A federal judge Monday questioned the reach of a new Texas "sanctuary cities" law supported by the Trump administration but that four of the nation's largest cities, some police chiefs … Click to Continue »

What Australia's Finkel Review Means For Your Power Bills

You may have heard about Australian Chief Scientist Alan Finkel's review into Australia's electricity network. You may also have read about its implications on the industry or the environment, but you're probably still wondering -- what...Show More Summary

Longtime Trump ally defends qualifications for housing job

NEW YORK (AP) — A longtime Donald Trump ally named chief of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's regional office in New York and New Jersey is defending her qualifications. "Had I represented a different administration,...Show More Summary

Senate confirms nuclear chief Svinicki to new 5-year term

Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, called Svinicki knowledgeable and dedicated — and responsive to Congress. Since becoming a commissioner, Svinicki has testified 18 times before...Show More Summary

Airline vet to lead Amtrak in a summer of repairs, reckoning

A decade after setting Delta Air Lines on a post-bankruptcy resurgence, the airline's former chairman and chief executive officer is taking on another transportation challenge: Amtrak. The railroad on Monday … Click to Continue »

Cisco, Apple chiefs discuss further partnership opportunities

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins have identified 'a multitude of opportunities' to combine their companies' expertise across security, networking, analytics, and enterprise software.

The man who saved Delta wants to fix America's railroads

Amtrak has appointed former Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson as its next president and chief executive, it announced Monday. Anderson, who retired last year after a decade at the helm of Delta, will start at Amtrak on July 12. The...Show More Summary

Obama Deputy Chief of Staff Calls AG Sessions 'Apple-Cheeked Hate Goblin' on Netflix’s ‘Chelsea’

The June 23 episode of Netflix’s Chelsea, titled “A Handler-maid’s Tale” continued on with the ever-present theme of name-calling and dramatically criticizing President Trump and Republicans, this week using the Netflix show The Handmaid’s...Show More Summary

Webinar Tuesday June 27, 2017: MariaDB® Server 10.2 – The Complete Guide

Join Percona’s Chief Evangelist, Colin Charles as he presents MariaDB Server 10.2: The Complete Guide on Tuesday, June 27, 2017, at 7:00 am PDT / 10:00 am EDT (UTC-7). Register Now The new MariaDB Server 10.2 release is out. It has some interesting new features, but beyond just a list of features we need to […]

The Supreme Court’s curious compromise on the travel ban

JOHN ROBERTS, the chief justice, frequently warns against the perceived politicisation of the courts. In April he said there is a “real danger” that the public will misconstrue “partisan hostility” surrounding Congress and the White House as influencing “nonpartisan activity of the judicial branch”.

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