The university will commemorate the former head coach five years after he was fired for covering up a sex-abuse scandal. - From The Atlantic
These mental habits of the media included an over-emphasis on strife and conflict, a fascination with the mechanics or “game” of politics rather than the real-world consequences, and a self-protective instinct to conceal limited knowledge of a particular subject (a new budget proposal, an international spat) by talking about the politics of these questions, and by presenting disagreements in a he-said/she-said, “plenty of blame on all sides” fashion now known as “false equivalence.” In a classic Friday news dump, the FBI on Friday afternoon released the results of its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and private email address.
In a meeting just before the site launched, my business partners—six of the smartest, most successful political consultants in Washington—debated which reporter would be given an interview announcing our venture.
The jury is still out on the fourth.” In an interview with Der Spiegel published on Friday, Paul Wolfowitz, who served as deputy secretary of defense during George W.
Municipalities across the country have moved to restrict the consumption of plastic shopping bags to avoid waste.
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