Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s book “Double Down: Game Change 2012” notes President Obama commenting on drone strikes, reportedly telling his aides that he’s “really good at killing people.”
The Washington Post now belongs to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
About 46.5 million people, or more than 1 in 7, were in poverty in 2012. That is not statistically different from 2011.
A news account based on secret intelligence budget files provided by National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden says that the surveillance agency warned in 2012 that it planned to investigate up to 4,000 reports of possible internal security breaches.
According to The Washington Post, a new study by the research team at Goldman Sachs found “that the forecasts tend to underestimate the outcome for several months in a row, and then overestimate it for several months in a row.”
Don Graham announced to staff that the Washington Post had been sold to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, closing the book on the storied paper’s history as a family dynasty after seven straight years of declining revenue.
The Washington Post will be sold to Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeffrey Bezos.
A journalist says the American intelligence contractor who disclosed U.S. government surveillance programs fled to Hong Kong because he believed he wouldn’t get a fair trial in his home country.
The Washington Post will institute a Paywall on June 12, essentially charging daily web readers for the content they’d already been receiving free of charge. Read up and weigh-in on the conversation, and let us if you’re now willing to pay $10+/month for the same service.
But since 1996, content on WashingtonPost.com has been free for anyone with an internet connection. The latest news has been just a click of the refresh icon away for 17 years. On Wednesday, however, The Post announced that it will begin phasing in a paywall June 12.