An online dating website which bills itself as “The World’s Largest Sugar Daddy Dating Website” says it has recorded a 50 percent jump in average daily sign-ups since the start of the government shutdown.
Lee Thornton, a journalist who covered the White House for CBS and served as dean for the Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, has died.
NPR said Friday that it was offering across-the-board buyouts in hopes of cutting its staff by 10 percent and eliminating its deficit.
The president and CEO of NPR is leaving after less than two years to take a similar position at the National Geographic Society.
NPR radio host John Harwood conducted a tense interview with Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday when he continued to press the Kentucky Republican on a former staffer who has since been dubbed “The Southern Avenger,” by those accusing him of racism.
NPR is moving to a new $201 million headquarters with all digital equipment in Washington, leaving its analog radio gear behind.
Founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform, Grover Norquist, dismissed discussion of GOP defections from his “no new taxes” pledge, and President Obama’s tax theories, as pure fantasy.
New psychological testing places nail biting in the pathological grooming category of, “obsessive compulsive disorder.”
Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman believes that President Obama is not the first black president.
Lisa Simeone said she was fired from “Soundprint,” a music documentary show that isn’t produced by NPR but is aired by its affiliates across the country.