Mitch "Stop intimidating me" McConnell meets with the Intimidator-in-Chief Writing in Thursday's Washington Post, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell provides evidence that he says substantiates his assertion that President Barack...Show More Summary
What happened to conservatives who said they love our Constitution and the rights its bestows? Apparently, that is only true when those rights benefit them politically. Joel Achenbach at the Washington Post drives that point home. Reading the commentary on the IRS hearings, it’s clear that the overriding rule in Washington opinion circles is that [...]
Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart: Obama's Black Progressive Critics Are Unaware All That President Obama Has Done For Us. After So Much Investment Of Our Valuables Into The Machine That He Now Sits Atop Of I Am Quite Pleased WithShow More Summary
Washington Post: Drone Base In Niger Needless To Say - Few Of The Anti-War Protesters From 8 Years Ago Plan To Attend The "Stop The US Drone Bombing" Protests In Atlanta Next Week After How Code Pink Was Condemned For Disrespecting The President While He Was Speaking Georgia Peace & Justice Foundation Protests View Larger Map
Things change when life strikes. According to a new poll released Friday by ABC News and The Washington Post, Republicans are 14% more likely to say they’ve been hurt by the cuts than Democrats, and of those who have, 68% disapprove of them. Those Republicans who have not been hurt only disapprove by 42%. ABC [...]
(The Hill): "Menendez: Immigration bill doesn't have enough votes to pass Senate" (Washington Post): "The Press must have the ability to ask questions" (Huffington Post): "Senate Republicans oppose budget blockade by Tea Party in growing...Show More Summary
Using information from last year's global survey of religiosity (conducted by WIN-Gallup International), the Washington Post put together a nifty map explaining where the world's "convinced atheists" lived: [Click headline for more…...
If the Cleveland Cavaliers use the first selection in the NBA draft on Georgetown forward Otto Porter, they won't be getting the most out of their good fortune. The Washington Post's Michael Lee reports the Cavs may indeed be considering...Show More Summary
Mr. Johnson was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, television commentator and author who spent most of his career at The Washington Post and won wide acclaim for his coverage of the capital.
Fox News boss Roger Ailes wrote a pep-rally memo to his employees in the wake of the James Rosen investigation news. Washington Post media blogger Erik Wemple called it a "masterpiece." "For all those who wonder what it is about Ailes...Show More Summary
Appearing as a guest on Thursday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank mocked South Carolina Republican Governor Nikki Haley as someone who has "reached out to a minority" in the form of white supremacists since they are a "minority," as he reacted to accusations that a member of her reelection committee is a white supremacist. Milbank: read more
"The flag-raising seemed to hearten the neighbors, as if to assure them they would emerge triumphant from this disaster...." They are hung from skeletal trees denuded of leaves and bark, stuck in the doors of cars turned upside downShow More Summary
“Haynes Johnson was one of my heroes when I started out in journalism & he did great work all his life,” tweets Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne. “I’ll miss him.” The Post’s obituary calls Johnson “one of the most incisive and best-connected reporters in Washington.” He died of a heart attack at 81. Longtime … Read More
This is one of those stories that have you asking yourself if you’re still on planet Earth. Emily Bazelone of Slate, a Washington Post affiliated site, wrote today that the case of Florida 18-year-old Kaitlyn Hunt’s sexual affair with...
The Washington Post reported earlier this week that Chinese hackers gained access to Google’s surveillance database –- potentially obtaining years worth of data related to search warrants and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) orders — in a counterintelligence operation several years ago known as Operation Aurora. While this recent revelation is troubling in and of [...]
Emilio Garcia-Ruiz is The Washington Post’s new managing editor in charge of “digital initiatives and operations, video, the presentation departments of photo, graphics, and design, and the multiplatform editing desk.” Executive Editor Marty Baron made the announcmement to staffers today. … Read more
Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, who has been the Washington Post’s editor for strategic projects, is promoted to managing editor. He’ll be responsible for digital initiatives and operations, video, the presentation departments of photo, graphics, and design, and the multiplatform editing desk. Show More Summary
Google faces display ad probe: The Federal Trade Commission has begun looking into whether Google is using its prominent position in the digital ad market to undermine competition, The Washington Post reported. Read full article >>
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The State Department says it is taking the unusual step of releasing publicly the feedback it has received about a controversial pipeline project after an "unprecedented" response to its draft environmental report.
That is just the headline in today's Washington Post for a column by semi-retired Allan Sloan, who says in the text, "What this country needs to get its act together is a good five-alarm financial crisis." Really. He does not mean it,...Show More Summary