Untitled. The American mainstream media is throwing a classic tantrum over President Biden's decision to withdraw from Afghanistan.
We've got the hastily-assembled pieces telling the story of what happened in elaborate detail, "hard-hitting" interviews, thousands of op-eds, and cable news coverage so obsessive and breathless that even MSNBC barely interrupted Afghanistan coverage to mention that a Trump-supporting terrorist with an apparent truck bomb was threatening to blow up the Capitol building on Thursday. (Conservative white terrorists don't really count, it seems.) At a White House press conference Friday, reporters pressed Biden with highly unusual aggressiveness. The American mainstream press, particular its television outlets, just can't quit the forever war. McClellan: Reality is more complicated than it appears on TV.
But while things have bumped along in the county, justice being served up in its usual imperfect way, chaos, rather than reform, has defined Gardner’s style.
The old hands bailed or were shoved out. Several of these old hands were friends of mine. Despite that association, they were not bad people. Abby Phillip of CNN on Donald Trump and More. Her upbringing, she said, is “a typical immigrant story.”
She was born in Virginia to parents from Trinidad and Tobago, and raised with five siblings. Their father, Carlos Phillip, was a teacher and then an educational psychologist in Washington, D.C. Their mother, June Phillip, is now a realtor. The family returned to Trinidad and Tobago for a few years when Abby was a child, and she had an accent when she returned to America at 9. Untitled.
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Theconcourse.deadspin. Earlier this month, CNN’s Brian Stelter broke the news that Sinclair Broadcast Group, owner or operator of nearly 200 television stations in the U.S., would be forcing its news anchors to record a promo about “the troubling trend of irresponsible, one sided news stories plaguing our country.” Startup hopes to disrupt real estate by cooperating with agents instead of competing. Somehow, real estate commissions have survived the wave of digital disruption that has hit travel agents, stockbrokers and taxi drivers.
Even as companies such as Zillow have changed the way people search for homes, and various firms have tried flat- or low-fee models, most home sellers still pay a standard commission of 5 or 6 percent. A year-old startup in St. Louis is the latest to try to change that. Clever Real Estate uses online marketing tools to generate leads for agents who agree to charge just $3,000 per transaction, or 1 percent for houses worth more than $350,000. Founder Ben Mizes, 24, says Clever has done transactions with more than 800 agents in all 50 states. Florida school shooting survivor to lawmakers: 'Shame on you' CNN will hold a town hall with the victims' classmates, parents and community members.
"Stand Up: The Students of Stoneman Douglas Demand Action" will air live Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET. Ready for Trump TV? Inside Sinclair Broadcasting’s Plot to Take Over Your Local News – Mother Jones. Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times. Judge Nap: Obama 'Went Outside Chain of Command,' Used British Spy Agency to Surveil Trump. The Justice Department on Monday asked lawmakers for more time to gather evidence related to President Trump's claim that former President Obama ordered wiretaps on Trump Tower's phones during last year's presidential campaign.
The House Intelligence Committee said it would give the Justice Department until March 20 to comply. Current and former administration officials have been unable to provide any evidence of the Obama administration wiretapping Trump Tower, yet the president's aides have been reluctant to publicly contradict their boss. On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano said that even if the Obama administration did spy on Trump, there may never be a way to prove it. He explained that the statutes allow the president to order the surveillance of any person in the U.S., without suspicion, probable cause or a warrant, but that would leave "fingerprints.
" Samsung needs its next phone to be a success. Here’s how it may lure you back. Samsung Electronics headquarters in Seoul (Reuters/Jo Yong-Hak/File Photo) Samsung is set to debut its next major smartphones on March 29.
The new phones, expected to be called the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, are the company's first new flagship phones since Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 over problems with exploding batteries. If history is any indication, it’s likely the phones would hit shelves in mid-April. The timing of the launch gives Samsung several months of lead time over Apple's expected release of the new iPhones. [Samsung cites two separate battery issues for its Note 7 recall woes] Why a protective pool is critical for media coverage of the president.
The Real Digital Divide Afflicting American Politics - BillMoyers.com. Cardinals as spokesmen? Here are 7 commercials we can't forget : Sports. The Man Who Shot Michael Brown. Darren Wilson, the former police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, an eighteen-year-old African-American, in Ferguson, Missouri, has been living for several months on a nondescript dead-end street on the outskirts of St.
Louis. 70 historic moments from the 1970s. Newspapers: Fact Sheet. Last updated April 2015 After a year of slight gains, newspaper circulation fell again in 2014 (though tracking these data is becoming more complicated each year due to measurement changes).
Revenue from circulation rose, but ad revenue continued to fall, with gains in digital ad revenue failing to make up for falls in print ad revenue. Despite widespread talk of a shift to digital, most newspaper readership continues to be in print. Online, more traffic to the top newspaper websites and associated apps comes from mobile than from desktop users, and the average visitor only stays on the site for three minutes per visit.