By Nomi Prins / TomDispatch It’s been a month since the election, and here’s what’s clear: Crony capitalism, the kind that festers and grows when offered public support in its search for private profits, is the order of the day among Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks.
WASHINGTON ? With all three branches of the federal government soon to be controlled by Republicans, don’t expect any progressive laws to pass next year. But the GOP dominance in the nation’s capital doesn’t mean that there won’t beShow More Summary
The mood is festive in the Russian capital, and expectations are high that Donald Trump's elections may turn a new page in the difficult relationship between Moscow and Washington. The death spiral of US-Russian ties stretches back through the Barack Obama years to George W. Show More Summary
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The Washington Post triesto get itself out of the damage done to Naked Capitalism and other sites by saying accuracy is not part of its job.
London, Paris and Washington will take turns to host show of ‘most personal’ work by artist Picasso called ‘the father of us all’ The first exhibition devoted entirely to the portraits of Paul Ce?zanne, an artist hailed as “the father of us all” by Matisse and Picasso, is to be staged in London, Paris and Washington. Show More Summary
Nicklas Backstrom scored 1:36 into overtime, helping the Washington Capitals beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 after blowing a three-goal lead
The Chicago White Sox are continuing a fire sale on their key players, including outfielder Adam Eaton, who is on the move to the nation's capital. The White Sox announced they traded Eaton for pitchers Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo LopezShow More Summary
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Here the winter meetings are, smack in the Washington Nationals' backyard, and this might be where you can look out and see the end of the line for Bryce Harper in the nation's capital. We all know the total cost...Show More Summary
Marcus Johansson scored the tying goal late in the third period and got the winner midway through overtime to lift the Washington Capitals to a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night
Marcus Johansson scored the game-tying and game-winning goals to lift the Washington Capitals to a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night
Although Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper is under team control for the next two seasons, speculation is already running rampant as to his future in the nation's capital beyond the 2018 campaign. On Monday, USA Today's Bob Nightengale...Show More Summary
Yves Smith – who runs the respected website Naked Capitalism – has retained a top gun lawyer to sue the Washington Post for defamation unless it retracts its smear piece calling alternative media sites “Russian propaganda.” Smith has...Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, are looking for homes in Washington, D.C., CNN has reported. Their move to the nation’s capital likely signals they intend … Click to Continue »
Petróleos Mexicanos is seeking capital and expertise to develop deepwater reserves. In Washington, Aetna and Humana face opposition from the Justice Department over their proposed $37 billion deal.
By GREG FULTON Washington, D.C. hardly seems like a town on suicide watch. As November turned to December, from the venerable Old Ebbitt Grill near the White House, to Charlie Palmer Steak at 101 Constitution and over to The Capital Grille at 601 Pennsylvania, revelers abounded, in both food and drink. At the Capitol Hyatt
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Brian Boyle scored in the fourth round of the shootout and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Washington Capitals 2-1 Saturday night to snap a four-game losing streak
The Washington Post reports: President-elect Donald Trump’s ultra-wealthy Cabinet nominees will be able to avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes in the coming weeks when they sell some of their holdings to avoid conflicts of interest in their new positions. Show More Summary
If you want a bird’s-eye view of the nation’s capital from atop the Washington Monument, you’ll have to wait awhile. Repairs to the elevator that takes tourists to the observation deck at 500 feet in elevation will keep the landmark closed until 2019, the National Park Service announced Friday....