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Mo Farah Tells Newsweek: Donald Trump Could Force Me Back to Britain

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

As the clock ticked toward 9 p.m. in a suburban house in Portland, Oregon, on November 8, Mo Farah’s 11-year-old daughter adopted the role of political correspondent. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had taken a surprise lead over his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton on election night. Show More Summary

Former CNN Anchor Lays Out Rules For Covering Trump - "Be Relentless"

Former CNN White House correspondent, Frank Sesno, has taken it upon himself to define the guidelines by which the news media should cover Donald Trump. The rules were published by The Hill, where Sesno is a contributor, and urge reporters to be "relentless" yet "fair" and describes Trump is the "adversary." 1. Show More Summary

The ‘Heartburn’ house sells for $1.299 million

When a location scout from Paramount Pictures knocked on the door of 327 A Street in Southeast, it was just good luck that someone was home. Marina Ottaway and her husband, David, a longtime foreign correspondent for the Washington Post, were usually overseas. “I happened to be home by accident,” she said. Turns out that the […]

Donald Trump's Lewd Remarks About Women Disturbed Guests At White House Event

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

In 1993, Donald Trump attended the White House Correspondents’ Dinner as the guest of Vanity Fair. The future president sat next to model Vendela Kirsebom and spent the evening talking about breasts, how overweight women are not “real women,” and the person with whom he wanted to have sex in the room. Show More Summary

Q&A: Electors almost always follow the vote in their state

The number corresponds to the seats a state has in the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, plus the three electoral votes allotted to Washington, D.C. The magic number is 270, the bare majority required to win the presidency. HOW...Show More Summary

On Monday’s Radio Show…

 CEO of the Anti-Defamation League Jonathan Greenblatt explains why Stephen Bannon should have no place in the White House. Fox News Chief Correspondent James Rosen will have the latest on the Trump Transition Team and will discuss editing the book A Torch Kept Lit. 

Donald Trump Chooses Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo as CIA Director

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Donald Trump has picked Tea Party member Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-KS) as CIA director, CBS News reports: “CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports Pompeo was offered the job Friday morning, and Pompeo accepted the offer.”… Read The post Donald Trump Chooses Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo as CIA Director appeared first on Towleroad.

BEGIN THE HEALING, DAILY SHOW-STYLE: ‘Daily Show’ Correspondent Sees Racist White House As ‘A …

BEGIN THE HEALING, DAILY SHOW-STYLE: ‘Daily Show’ Correspondent Sees Racist White House As ‘A Great Thing’

Escape under the Berlin Wall: When the Kennedy White House helped kill one of Daniel Schorr’s greatest scoops

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Not long before his death in 2010,  Daniel Schorr, the legendary CBS correspondent and proud member of Nixon’s “enemies list”–and later a popular NPR commentator–would tell an interviewer that the suppression of one of his greatest journalistic scoops in 1962 was...

'Daily Show' Correspondent Sees Racist White House As 'A Great Thing'

“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah is worried about having Steve Bannon, the chairman of a website that traffics in white nationalism, as White House chief strategist. But correspondent Roy Wood Jr. said it’s actually “a great thing.” On Wednesday’s show, Wood explained why: “Trump and Bannon, they’re not like other Republicans,” Wood said. Show More Summary

'Daily Show' Correspondent Sees Racist White House As 'A Great Thing'

“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah is worried about having Steve Bannon, the chairman of a website that traffics in white nationalism, as White House chief strategist. But correspondent Roy Wood Jr. said it’s actually “a great thing.” On Wednesday’s show, Wood explained why: “Trump and Bannon, they’re not like other Republicans,” Wood said. Show More Summary

The PB/Polling Matters Podcast: Why Trump won and what’ll he do in his first 100 days

On this week’s PB/Polling Matters podcast Keiran is joined once more by White House Correspondent and US political analyst Jon-Christopher Bua. Jon-Christopher gives his verdict on why Trump won, what went wrong for the Clinton campaign and what happens next with a specific focus on President Trump’s first 100 days. Later in the show Keiran […]

The Subversive Joy of a Late-Night Hash Run in New York City

Are the Hash House Harriers a nearly century-old orienteering group dash, a drinking club with a running problem, or just Tinder for runners? Our correspondent intended to find out.

Gwen Ifill Exposed the Stupidity and Racism of Anti-P.C. Activism Long Before Trump

More than a decade before Don Imus was booted from CBS Radio in April 2007 for calling the Rutgers women’s basketball team “nappy-headed hoes,” he took a jab at Gwen Ifill, who worked as a New York Times White House correspondent in the ‘90s. “Isn’t the Times wonderful,” Imus said on his radio show. “It let's the cleaning lady cover the White House.”

Trumpcare Beta: mHealth, MACRA and ACOs

BY JAAN SIDOROV While readers digest the reality of a Trump Presidency and Republican control of both houses of Congress, your correspondent has been trying to assess the “down ballot” implications for healthcare and mHealth providers. While the universe has been turned upside down, its initial reaction for mHealth is bullish. As for the rest…….

Veteran PBS Newscaster Gwen Ifill Has Died At 61

Ifill was a national political correspondent for The Washington Post and the White House correspondent for The New York Times before joining PBS in 1999.

60 Minutes, SNL, and the Normalization of Donald Trump

“It is so big, it is so enormous, it is so amazing.” That’s how President-elect Donald Trump described his Electoral College victory and ascension to the White House to 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl Sunday night. In a still sharply divided nation, the words were equally as likely to be ... More »

Keep a Close Eye on the MSM

Yesterday, the White House Correspondents Association raised a flag on President-Elect Trump's refusal to allow a so-called 'protective pool' for his visit to DC. A protective pool is a small group, often just one reporter, who goes with the president virtually everywhere they go outside the White House. Show More Summary

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