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1973 | Meet Donald Trump - The New York Times

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Donald Trump’s first quoted words in The New York Times expressed his view of the charges: “They are absolutely ridiculous.” “We

Mr. Trump, Meet the Constitution - The New York Times

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Mr. Trump, Meet the Constitution - The New York Times". When Donald Trump, hand on the Bible on Jan. 20, swears to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, we the people will have good reason to doubt he knows what he’s talking about. Consider what he tweeted out on Tuesday: “Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag - if they do, there must be consequences - perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail!”

Pushing Obamacare Over the Cliff - The New York Times

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President Trump with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, arriving on Capitol Hill last week for a meeting on healthcare with Republicans. It’s no surprise that, like every huge new social program, the A.C.A. Pushing Obamacare Over the Cliff - The New York Times

New York City has released its proposal to outfit police officers with body cameras - The Verge

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"After months of delays, the New York City Police Department issued its proposal to outfit its entire force with body cameras. New York City has released its proposal to outfit police officers with body cameras - The Verge

Closing Rikers Island Is a Moral Imperative - The New York Times

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New York City’s sprawling main jail, located on an island in the East River, is a stain on our great city’s reputation. These problems will not be fixed with a fresh coat of paint, new trainings or even a major facilities overhaul. "The time has come to close Rikers Island.

Hillary Clinton, Free to Speak Her Mind - The New York Times

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Asked about the infamous photo of Republican men discussing women’s health, Clinton described her favorite internet meme: a group of dogs around a conference table, with the caption, “today’s meeting on feline health care.” Hillary Clinton, Free to Speak Her Mind - The New York Times

Trump, an Outsider Demanding Loyalty, Struggles to Fill Top Posts - The New York Times

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During President Trump’s transition to power, his team reached out to Elliott Abrams for help building a new administration. Trump, an Outsider Demanding Loyalty, Struggles to Fill Top Posts - The New York Times" "MELBOURNE, Fla.

Closing Rikers Island Is a Moral Imperative - The New York Times

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New York City’s sprawling main jail, located on an island in the East River, is a stain on our great city’s reputation. These problems will not be fixed with a fresh coat of paint, new trainings or even a major facilities overhaul. It is a world unto itself, where the values that govern the rest of New York — civility and decency among them — do not apply. The past 30 years have seen dramatic reductions in crime and incarceration in New York City.

Why Is This Hate Different From All Other Hate? - The New York Times

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Today, these tropes feel familiar but in a new context. In October, he warned that Hillary Clinton was meeting “in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. The New York TimesHate and bigotry serve a social function similar to religion.

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In a Swirl of ‘Untruths’ and ‘Falsehoods,’ Calling a Lie a Lie - The New York Times

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The New York Times, though, ultimately chose more muscular terminology, opting to use the word ‘lie’ in the headline. In a Swirl of ‘Untruths’ and ‘Falsehoods,’ Calling a Lie a Lie - The New York Times "Words matter. And from the moment he became president, Donald J.

New York Publishing Headquarters Dazzle

Thompson On Hollywood

Last week as I rushed from meeting to meeting in New York City, I kept entering the magnificent portals of architecturally significant headquarters of publishing giants with fabulously designed commissaries full of anxious employees trying to hang on to their gigs.

The Times's Dealings With Julian Assange - NYTimes.com

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The Guardian suggested — to increase the impact as well as to share the labor of handling such a trove — that The New York Times be invited to share this exclusive bounty. Schmitt would also meet the WikiLeaks leader, who was known to a few Guardian journalists but not to us.

The Man Who Spilled the Secrets | Politics | Vanity Fair

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What followed was a clash of civilizations—and ambitions—as Guardian editors and their colleagues at The New York Times and other media outlets struggled to corral a whistle-blowing stampede amid growing distrust and anger. The meeting continued along these lines for 15 minutes.

The Secular and the Sectarian Meet In Tunisia

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More here from The New York Times In Tunis, a director faces a trial for blasphemy for broadcasting the French film Persepolis.

The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA - The New York Times

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Prioritizing the use of resources in law enforcement is nothing new. Each case is assessed on its own merits to ensure the applicant meets the criteria and poses no security threat. The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA - The New York Times

@theblakemorgan Takes the Unity Message to Songwriters

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Blake Morgan was invited to speak at the National Music Publishers Association annual meeting in New York. This was a real honor, and the inspiring beginning of a new chapter.

Ken Davenport visits LA: Producers Perspective Social January 29th.

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come meet Ken and enjoy a beverage or two with Ken, me and other theatre-minded folks. Theatre law Broadway theatre Ken Davenport New York Theatre Theatrical producerOne of the blogs I read religiously is Broadway Producer Ken Davenport ‘s “Producer’s Perspective&#. Ken’s insights and predictions about the business (and art) of theatre are always interesting and thought-provoking. Ken is coming to L.A.

What Did Spotify Know and When Did They Know It?

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Thinking back, I remembered the meetings that Spotify hosted in October 2014 as part of its artist outreach campaign. Those meetings were held in New York, Nashville and Los Angeles. We asked Blake Morgan what he remembered about the New York meeting he attended. This is the one where they had a private meeting with managers and then let the artists in? Kiss me once, then once more. What a dunce I was before.

The Bail Out

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Sucker money traditionally flows to Hollywood because investors want to meet girls, attend parties with movie stars and say they’re business partners with Steven Spielberg. No matter our behavior, the economy fluctuates from boom to bust on a fairly predicable basis.

The Bail Out

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Sucker money traditionally flows to Hollywood because investors want to meet girls, attend parties with movie stars and say they’re business partners with Steven Spielberg. No matter our behavior, the economy fluctuates from boom to bust on a fairly predicable basis.

The Bail Out

DealFatigue

Sucker money traditionally flows to Hollywood because investors want to meet girls, attend parties with movie stars and say they’re business partners with Steven Spielberg. No matter our behavior, the economy fluctuates from boom to bust on a fairly predicable basis.

New York Enacts the Truth in Music Advertising Act

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Entertainment Law : The New York State legislature enacted a new statute specifically aimed at advertising in the music industry. Accordingly, a group could arguably meet this definition very easily.

Paying the Price - New York Times

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Paying the Price - New York Times April 12, 2007 Op-Ed Columnist Paying the Price By BOB HERBERT You knew something was up early in the day. Powerful statements were made during in-house meetings by women at NBC and MSNBC — about how black women are devalued in this country, how they are demeaned by white men and black men. There was nothing new about the tone or the intent of Mr. Imus’s “nappy-headed ho’s” comment.

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Paying the Price - New York Times

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Paying the Price - New York Times April 12, 2007 Op-Ed Columnist Paying the Price By BOB HERBERT You knew something was up early in the day. Powerful statements were made during in-house meetings by women at NBC and MSNBC — about how black women are devalued in this country, how they are demeaned by white men and black men. There was nothing new about the tone or the intent of Mr. Imus’s “nappy-headed ho’s” comment.

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SAG Sets Informational Meetings re TV/theatrical Agreement

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SAG has set members-only informational meetings on the proposed contract. The LA meeting is sure to have fireworks, since the leaders of the Membership First faction, based in LA, oppose the proposed deal. The details of the meetings are in an email to members (see below). ——————— Subscribe to my blog ( jhandel.com ) for more about SAG, or digital media law generally. NEW YORK Monday, June 1, 2009 6 p.m. -

Osama's Crusade in Darfur - New York Times

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Osama's Crusade in Darfur - New York Times April 25, 2006 Op-Ed Columnist By NICHOLAS D. President Bush can make a major speech about Darfur, while sending Condi Rice and a planeload of television journalists to a refugee camp in Chad to meet orphans. KRISTOF Those of us who want a more forceful response to genocide in Darfur should be sobered by Osama bin Laden's latest tape.

Osama's Crusade in Darfur - New York Times

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Osama's Crusade in Darfur - New York Times April 25, 2006 Op-Ed Columnist By NICHOLAS D. President Bush can make a major speech about Darfur, while sending Condi Rice and a planeload of television journalists to a refugee camp in Chad to meet orphans. KRISTOF Those of us who want a more forceful response to genocide in Darfur should be sobered by Osama bin Laden's latest tape.

LegalTech Report: LexisNexis MedMal Navigator

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[First in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] Towards this end, LexisNexis rolled out several new litigation-related tools at LegalTech, all with the theme of drawing together in a single suite various useful tools.

Woman of Mass Destruction - New York Times

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Woman of Mass Destruction - New York Times October 22, 2005 Op-Ed Columnist Woman of Mass Destruction By MAUREEN DOWD. Judy had moved on from her tempestuous tenure as a Washington editor to be a reporter based in New York, but she showed up at this national security affairs briefing. I've always liked Judy Miller. I have often wondered what Waugh or Thackeray would have made of the Fourth Estate's Becky Sharp.

Woman of Mass Destruction - New York Times

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Woman of Mass Destruction - New York Times October 22, 2005 Op-Ed Columnist Woman of Mass Destruction By MAUREEN DOWD. Judy had moved on from her tempestuous tenure as a Washington editor to be a reporter based in New York, but she showed up at this national security affairs briefing. I've always liked Judy Miller. I have often wondered what Waugh or Thackeray would have made of the Fourth Estate's Becky Sharp.

Condoleezza Rice on Piano - New York Times

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Just a few hours later, on "Meet the Press," Tim Russert confronted her with recent reports that shortly after the invasion of Iraq, the Russians had given intelligence on American troop movements to the Iraqis. Soye Kim, the first violinist, who has two degrees from the Juilliard School, spent busy years studying in Europe and freelancing in New York before she entered law school at 39.

Condoleezza Rice on Piano - New York Times

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Just a few hours later, on "Meet the Press," Tim Russert confronted her with recent reports that shortly after the invasion of Iraq, the Russians had given intelligence on American troop movements to the Iraqis. Soye Kim, the first violinist, who has two degrees from the Juilliard School, spent busy years studying in Europe and freelancing in New York before she entered law school at 39.

Goodnight Glassholes: Permissionless Innovation Meets 3D Reality

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The New York Times tells us that Google has now shelved Glass (“ A Retreat for Google Glass and a Case Study in the Perils of Making Hardware “). Permissionless Innovation Meets The Real World. With models like these, what could possibly go wrong?

Can the NFL Learn from Plaxico Burress?

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It appears the National Football League could be headed towards a scenario that some might conceivably categorize as “Plaxico-esque&# – referring to former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress who accidently shot himself in the leg last November.

Speaking Next Week at ACLEA Annual Meeting

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I hope to see you at the ACLEA Annual Meeting in New York next week. Sam Glover and I will present, “30 New Websites Important to CLE Professionals.&# I am speaking twice, both times on Tuesday, July 27. From 10 to 11:15 a.m., I will present the plenary session, “How Technology is Changing the Practice of Law … and CLE.&# Later that day, from 3:10 to 4:10 p.m., Look me up if you are there.

Immigration Advocates Rally Around U.S. - New York Times

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New York Times April 10, 2006 By MARIA NEWMAN In rallies appeared to be exceeding the expectations of organizers and the police, hundreds of thousands of immigrants and their supporters marched today in more than 100 cities throughout the country, casting off the old fears of their illegal status to assert that they have a right to a humane life in this country. Immigration Advocates Rally Around U.S. -

Immigration Advocates Rally Around U.S. - New York Times

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New York Times April 10, 2006 By MARIA NEWMAN In rallies appeared to be exceeding the expectations of organizers and the police, hundreds of thousands of immigrants and their supporters marched today in more than 100 cities throughout the country, casting off the old fears of their illegal status to assert that they have a right to a humane life in this country. Immigration Advocates Rally Around U.S. -

The Democrats and Judge Alito - New York Times

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The Democrats and Judge Alito - New York Times November 13, 2005 Editorial The Democrats and Judge Alito. It should give Democrats pause that after Judge Alito's meetings with senators, both sworn opponents of Roe and fervent supporters have emerged reassured. With President Bush's poll numbers plummeting, Democrats are finding a new optimism about their chances in 2006 and 2008.

The Democrats and Judge Alito - New York Times

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The Democrats and Judge Alito - New York Times November 13, 2005 Editorial The Democrats and Judge Alito. It should give Democrats pause that after Judge Alito's meetings with senators, both sworn opponents of Roe and fervent supporters have emerged reassured. With President Bush's poll numbers plummeting, Democrats are finding a new optimism about their chances in 2006 and 2008.

A New Civil Rights Movement - New York Times

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A New Civil Rights Movement - New York Times Op-Ed Columnist A New Civil Rights Movement By BOB HERBERT. Although blacks are just 13 percent of the overall population, they account for more than half of all new H.I.V. Black women account for an astonishing 72 percent of all new cases among women. Despite the sometimes valiant efforts of individuals and organizations across the country, we are not meeting that obligation now.