The past two years have seen a tremendous shift in the public perception of capitalism and socialism, the character of philanthropy as reputation-laundry rather than generosity, and the nature of wealth as an indicator of sociopathy, not virtue or cleverness.
As high school seniors prepare their college applications, controversy still bubbles in the college admissions pot. More charges were recently filed against celebrities and others accused of bribing officials to get their children accepted into highly competitive schools. And a federal judge ruled
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It turns out the media's obsession with the superrich isn't confined to the world of celebrity and entertainment. In politics, the press also seems utterly fascinated with how the 0.1% live, and especially what their political leanings are. For the 2020 campaign, that means a barrage of coverage about what Wall Street bankers and billionaires think about Elizabeth Warren and her populist agenda. They don't trust her! Some like her! Some won't donate! On and on it goes, as the press scurries to...
Journalists were arrested after publishing an article critical of the president’s son.
The American financier Todd Boehly has not been deterred by Roman Abramovich's rejection of his offer to buy Chelsea, and is ready to up his bid.
For those who are used to Trump's crass behavior and vile rhetoric, there might be a desire to see a candidate sling some mud. And that's fine. But you can't do that while also claiming to be the candidate who can clean things up, writes LZ Granderson
It seems as if every month we have at least one news cycle dedicated entirely to singing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s praises, lauding her all the way as a fierce icon of style and politics.
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The Soviet Union no longer exists and Russia has limited power. Terrorism, immigration and Turkey today pose problems for which NATO has no solution.
In their scattershot defense of Donald Trump during the first round of impeachment hearings, Republicans seemed determined to prove that withholding military assistance from an ally fighting off a Russian invasion was no big whoop. Sure, it’s illegal. But Trump was doing the same thing to other places as well, so it’s not like he was singling Ukraine out for more misery than he was distributing elsewhere.