Monthly Archives: June 2021

Former Obama SpeechWriter Host Podcast in 32 Markets

[ad_1] A podcast hosted by former President Barack Obama’s speechwriter will air in 32 markets and on an award-winning channel on the Audacy app, the company said on Monday. Lovett or let him hosted by Jon Lovett will feature comedians, actors, journalists, activists and politicians talking about the biggest news …

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NRA-ILA | Redlining gun control –

[ad_1] In a series of tweets on June 8, Virginia Heffernan, a columnist trained at Harvard to The Los Angeles Times, wrote: “Real estate listings should include the prevalence of gun ownership within a 50 mile radius and the number of annual mass shootings in the area. It’s time to …

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Prince Harry demands his own handpicked reporter for Princess Diana statue unveiling | Royal | News

[ad_1] The Duke of Sussex is due to return to the UK from California for the event at Kensington Palace on July 1. And he will “appoint” his own reporter to cover the day rather than using the traditional royal rotation of British newspaper reporters, the Mail on Sunday reported. …

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Edward Mortimer, scholar, journalist and UN official, 1943-2021

[ad_1] Edward Mortimer, who died at the age of 77, was the Financial Times’ chief foreign affairs commentator from 1987 to 1998, speech editor Kofi Annan, former UN secretary general from 1998 to 2006, and distinguished fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Journalist, author, scholar and international civil servant, Mortimer …

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Diana statue event could ‘break the ice’ for princes: Royal biographer – Parents

Anna Malpas (AFP) London, United Kingdom ● Sat 19 Jun 2021 2021-06-19 08:57 217 6281d9f905b49edfeb97b8e9030fdd72 2 Parents Diana,Royal-Family,statue,Princess-Diana,Prince-Harry,Prince-William To free The unveiling of a new statue of Diana, Princess of Wales next month could help thaw the frosty ties between her sons Prince William and Prince Harry, a royal biographer …

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Fake historic manuscript from ‘greatest known forger’ goes up for sale

Soon after, Hofmann gave Schiller part ownership of the document in exchange for Schiller selling it. Schiller approached the Library of Congress, having arranged for the document to be inspected by various experts. Samantha Sisler, rare book specialist at Heritage Auctions, told The Telegraph that there are two reasons for …

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Prince Harry biographer wonders if royals ‘don’t want to be British anymore’

Prince Harry’s biographer has questioned the royal’s connection to Britain after spotting a hidden message in wife Meghan Markle’s book The Bench. Angela Levin, author of Harry: Biography of a Prince, appeared on Sky News on Tuesday and spoke to host Kay Burley about a specific illustration from Meghan’s first …

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Remembering Leonard Cohen: Biographer Sylvie Simmons on the beloved Montreal poet

In 2017, Montreal celebrated Leonard Cohen on the first anniversary of his death with a star-studded tribute concert, major art exhibitions, giant street murals and more. As part of these events, Eleanor Wachtel spoke to Sylvie Simmons on stage at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal about her biography, I …

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There is no former journalist

[ad_1] When a top reporter leaves a news agency, the rest of the team goes into a kind of mourning. The length of time they remain seated depends on the destination of the almost disappeared. If the reporter finds himself in a larger, more profitable, and more prestigious store, his …

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SC cancels sedition case against Vinod Dua

[ad_1] Senior reporter Vinod Dua | Twitter Text size: A- A + New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday overturned the sedition case filed against senior journalist Vinod Dua in Himachal Pradesh. The verdict was delivered by a bench led by Judge UU Lalit on Dua’s motion to quash the …

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Drew Pearson, the Muckraking reporter with the Bully Pulpit

[ad_1] THE TIMEKEEPERLeaks, Lies and Defamation in Drew Pearson’s WashingtonBy Donald A. Ritchie In 1944, a poll of Washington journalists ranked unionized political columnist Drew Pearson first among his peers for his influence on general public opinion, and second, behind that newspaper’s Arthur Krock, for his influence in inside the …

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