Barry Zekelman’s campaign to fight imports is a case study in how to gain access in Washington. His company is the largest steel industry donor to the president’s political operation.
President Donald Trump gathered reporters on the White House lawn for a rambling, self-pitying rant against the widening investigations into his conduct after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him of a coverup. The president insisted special counsel Robert Mueller's report had cleared him of wrongdoing, complained about continuing investigations of his son's conduct and threatened future revenge by Republicans against a Democratic president if he was impeached. Social media users were alarmed...
Alan Dershowitz, a law professor who has regularly gone on television to declare the president’s innocence from charges of obstruction of justice, wrote a letter to the White House requesting the pardon.
John Kelly now sits on the board of Caliburn International, which owns a company that runs Homestead - the biggest facility for unaccompanied migrant children in the U.S.
The U.S. national pavilion dissents from our new age of vulgarity and meanness.
How you respond to Quentin Tarantino’s dazzling elegiac fairytale Once Upon a Time in Hollywood—playing in competition here at the Cannes Film Festival—may depend on how much you like old guys, people who see how the changing of the guard is leaving them behind, who are beginning to reckon with the ways their bodies will
All of a sudden, it seems, we’re reaping a bumper crop of threats. This article was originally published at DCReport.org It seems that everywhere one looks, there is a threat being lowered—escalating disagreement to discord to the threat of mortal combat. You can understand how we’ve gotten here, but it is a very uncomfortable place for citizens who can easily feel that they are mere indistinguishable fluff in social arguments. The problem is that it
The “VERY successful businessman” only paid income tax twice between 1985 and 1994—and lost more money than “nearly any other individual American taxpayer.”
David Zaslav, the CEO of Discovery Inc., is the highest paid executive in America, making $129.4 million in compensation in 2018, according to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal.
A dirt field overgrown with weeds is the incongruous entrance to one of America’s wealthiest towns, a short walk to a Rodeo Drive-like stretch replete with upscale stores such as Tiffany & Co. But this sad patch of land is also the physical manifestation of a broader turf war over what type of housing —and [
McDonald’s is inching closer to getting fully on board the meatless burger bandwagon with a new version in one of its biggest international markets. The burger chain is now selling a vegan burger, the Big Vegan TS, in Germany, one of its five leading international markets. Nestle is making the meatless patty for McDonald’s, which first started selling the burger late last month. The plant-based protein trend is growing rapidly as consumers look for ways to eat healthier and reduce [
“It would be an absolute disaster.”