A Kennedy in Trouble
Tragic news today: As government employees stayed home today, it was a good thing the police were still out in full force in Washington, D.C. as a female suspect engaged in a firefight with officers after trying to ram the gates of the White House.
Conor Kennedy, the 18-year-old son of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and second-most-recent ex-boyfriend of Taylor Swift (right behind Harry Styles from One Direction), was arrested yesterday for protesting at the White House.
It being election night and all, Washington, D.C. witnessed its fair share of parties last night. Win or lose, there’s going to be catered food around when the returns start coming in.
And Politico threw a big party, too! The Capitol Hill-centric paper — free when taken from D.C. street bins but a cool Read More
The National Journal‘s website, once read only by D.C. pols willing to pony up the steep subscription fee, now has a set date when it will ease its paywall and present content to a larger readership.
After a summer of big name hires and a reinvigorated newsroom, the politics publication — which operates Read More
The thrust behind Bloomberg LP has always been the premium it puts on carting a wealth of indispensable services to its Wall Street subscribers. Now, the news service will be taking its New York-honed talents to The Hill with Bloomberg Government, The New York Times reports. It’s an ambitious attempt to infiltrate the Read More
Wednesday, April 5
At Tuesday, April 4′s Variety/Schroders Big Picture Media Conference at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Sir David Frost lobbed soft- balls at soon-to-be-married Sumner Redstone, and various television titans basked in the glow of a Who Wants to Be a Millionaire- fueled record-breaking season. It was a jolly meeting.
Of course, there Read More