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Donald Trump, Holding All The Cards The Tower! The Team! The Money! The Future!

washingtonpost.com — Donald J. Trump is uneasy. He does not have a reservation for breakfast in the Plaza's tony Edwardian room. But he'll get his table, because, as Donald Trump will unabashedly tell you, he is one of the people who "have it."

Oklahoma City Bombing Trial Report

washingtonpost.com — By Lois Romano and Tom Kenworthy Washington Post Writers Tuesday, June 3, 1997;Page A01 Timothy J. McVeigh was convicted today of the worst act of domestic terrorism in American history, the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City that killed 168 people and injured more than 500 others.
Apr 07, 2015

RT @henrygass: Not to tempt fate, but McVeigh deliberations (23hrs over 4 days) concerned 11 counts. #Tsarnaev concerns 30. (washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/nationa…)

Secret Tapes Not Meant to Harm, Writer Says

washingtonpost.com — Washington Post Staff WritersMonday, February 21, 2005; Page A02 A former adviser to George W. Bush said yesterday that he secretly taped Bush over a two-year period when the latter was running for president for "historic" purposes, and that he had planned eventually to give the recordings to Bush for his archives.
Dec 15, 2014

George W. Bush wouldn't answer pot question: "Because I don't want some little kid doing what I tried." wapo.st/1ITTXU3

Washingtonpost.com Special Report: Clinton Accused

washingtonpost.com — Another Clinton Accuser Goes Public By Lois Romano and Peter Baker Washington Post Staff Writer Saturday, February 20, 1999; Page A1 Her story circulated in Arkansas for years and when Bill Clinton ran for president in 1992, his enemies tried to get her to tell the world. She refused.

Lessons from Leaders: Ending hunger

politico.com — As the 12th executive director of the United Nations World Food Programme, Ertharin Cousin leads the largest humanitarian organization in the world. In the next video feature of POLITICO's series Lessons from Leaders, Cousin tells Lois Romano how her childhood during the Civil Rights movement in Chicago prepared her to take on the mission of ending...

Getting There: The woman behind Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women

politico.com — LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif. - Pattie Sellers is a testament to the adage that life takes you where you’re supposed to go. Sellers, Fortune’s senior editor at large and a formidable player in the world of business journalism, fell into her specialty three decades ago when she couldn’t get a job covering the arts.
Oct 08, 2014

"It would be great to see a woman come along and be the next Mark Zuckerberg, but I’m not sure it’s going to happen" politi.co/1pPY47y

The woman behind Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women

politico.com — LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif. - Pattie Sellers is a testament to the old adage that life takes you where you’re supposed to go. Sellers, Fortune’s senior editor at large and a formidable player in the world of business journalism, fell into her specialty three decades ago when she couldn’t get a job covering the arts.

Transcript: Bill Gates' Lessons from Leaders interview

politico.com — The Gates Foundation recently announced that it is donating $50 million to help with the Ebola response. Where do you feel the role of individual leadership and global leadership comes into play in this crisis?GATES: Well, I think Ebola is a great example of where the world really needs to come together.

A letter on Women Rule

politico.com — Dear Friends:We are thrilled to invite you to continue an amazing conversation about the impact women are having on politics, policy, the economy - and each other. Today, POLITICO, along with partners Google and the Tory Burch Foundation, proudly announces our second year of Women Rule, a series that will investigate how women are leveraging...

John Podesta Leads Obama's Transition Team With His Usual Energy

washingtonpost.com — To fully understand how John Podesta is managing the complex Democratic takeover of the federal government, you have to be familiar with Skippy, the evil twin. Anyone who has worked for Podesta in the past decade knows Skippy, who first appeared during Podesta's eventful years as chief of staff in the Clinton White House.
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Jul 26, 2015

Such a sad story. Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, dead at 22 wpo.st/0s6S0

Jul 26, 2015

RT @Acosta: Fmr AOL CEO Steve Case at WH briefing: “African has shifted from a problem that we need to solve… to an opportunity that we need to seize.”

Jul 24, 2015

RT @kerrywashington: Honestly? The gluten free kind. That way I can enjoy it without a tummy ache. Ate A LOT of it when I was preggers. twitter.com/nothingbutgrey…

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