Commenting on the growing phenomenon of Euroskepticism in Georgia, the Caucasian Mountain nation lying at the intersection between Europe and Asia, the US's Washington Post sounded the alarm over Georgians' growing pro-Russian feelings, as both Brussels and Washington continue drag their feet over Tbilisi's prospects for joining the EU and NATO.
Remember the robots that are going to take all our jobs leaving us unemployed? Apparently they don't have robots in Europe. That's the story readers would get from a mostly useful set of charts in the Washington Post comparing Greece...Show More Summary
Conservatives have an ideological fever, and the only prescription is to wait until their crazy ideas vanish. That’s the word from Washington Monthly blogger Martin Longman, who opined in a Wednesday post that many on the right haveShow More Summary
A woman contracted measles and died in Washington, so tell us again how vaccines don't save lives. More » A Person In The U.S. Just Died Of Measles For The First Time In A Decade, So Thanks, Anti-Vaxxers is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Via the Washington Post: More than a decade ago, photographer Ed Freeman set out to capture the gay rights struggle in a photograph for the cover of Frontiers, a gay magazine. To do so, he relied on an image — the flag-raising at Iwo...Show More Summary
By Richard Barry I don't mean to be unkind to Jenna Johnson, a writer for the Washington Post, and there really is no need to be as she is simply following convention when she writes about Bernie Sanders and the things he advocates for on the campaign trail, most recently in Madison, Wisconsin. Show More Summary
An invented 'heritage' At the Washington Post, Prof. James Loewen writes that the reason so many people believe false things about the Civil War and the Confederacy is because many of our textbooks teach those wrong things to this day. Teaching or implying that the Confederate states seceded for states’ rights is not accurate history. Show More Summary
The Washington Post will attempt to protect their users' privacy with a new plan to encrypt the site, one section at a time.
The Washington Post on Wednesday completely sanitized a racist remark liberal activist George Takei made against Clarence Thomas. The 600 word article spun, "George Takei has responded to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s dissent...Show More Summary
After losing Paul Pierce to the LA Clippers, the Washington Wizards are bringing Jared Dudley on board. In exchange, the Milwaukee Bucks will receive a future second-round pick. Milwaukee!!! I The post Milwaukee Bucks Trade Jared Dudley to the Washington Wizards appeared first on SLAMonline.
A bit more than a year ago, I wrote a post on WorldViews with this headline: The war over Benghazi is actually happening in Benghazi. It charted the violence rocking the Libyan coastal city at a time when politicos in Washington were feuding over that other Benghazi: an overheated, polarizing scandal that had become totally divorced from the city which gave it […]
In an irony that will surely be lost on team owner Dan Snyder, the Washington Redskins are being kicked off their land. From the Washington Post: Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser this spring that the National Park Service, which owns the land beneath Robert F. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- A look at former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, who announced Thursday he would seek the Democratic presidential nomination. Continue reading ? The post Former Sen. Jim Webb announces his presidential run appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The Washington Wizards and Bradley Beal are looking to extend the shooting guard's contract. Continue for updates. Beal and Wizards Enter Contract Negotiations Thursday, July 2 According to the Washington Post's Jorge Castillo, the Wizards...Show More Summary
VANCOUVER — No state is more into the Women’s World Cup than, of all places, Missouri. For the second consecutive U.S. match, St. Louis and Kansas City posted the highest ratings in Fox’s individual markets, followed by Washington, Austin, Cincinnati and Columbus (tied), Boston, Detroit, San Diego and New York. Nationally, 8.4 million viewers watched […]
Washington Post conservative columnist and Fox News contributor George Will rebuked a handful of GOP presidential candidates Thursday for screwing the pooch in their responses to the Supreme Court's establishment of same-sex marriage...Show More Summary
The debate over what to call the Islamist extremist group that controls parts of Iraq and Syria has been raging for well over a year now. The Washington Post, among others, now refers to it as the Islamic State, a name the group itself has used. However, others prefer to call it by its old name and […]
Police have ordered workers at the Navy Yard in southeastern Washington, D.C., to "shelter in place" as they investigate an unspecified incident Thursday morning. Continue reading ? The post D.C. Navy Yard on lockdown; employees ‘shelter in place’ appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Objectivity doesn’t matter when you have an agenda to push. So admits reporter Jessica Bennett in an article for the Washington Post. When Bennett interned for the Seattle Daily in 2003, she excitedly wrote about Canada’s legalization of gay marriage. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush's education foundation releases donor list a day after his tax returns Washington Post: The new donation records show that a large number of contributions came from for-profit education companies and that at least three donors also paid Bush for speeches. Show More Summary