Daily Archives: April 19, 2018


  • Why I hate Tom Brady — and his merchandise too

    Why I hate Tom Brady — and his merchandise too

    CLOSE Just how serious are the issues between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick? The MMQB’s Albert Breer goes in-depth into how Belichick’s program works and how reliant it is on Brady’s compliance. Time Confetti falls as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady walks off the field after Super Bowl LII. (Photo: Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports)…



  • Two Florida sheriff’s deputies shot dead by gunman

    Two Florida sheriff’s deputies shot dead by gunman

    Two Gilchrist County sheriff’s deputies were shot dead in a Chinese restaurant in Trenton, Fla. Thurdsay. The gunman, who also died, walked up to the eatery and shot both deputies through a restaurant window, according to a press release.  “There was no alteraction, and no one else was injured, just the two deputies,” Sergeant Brett…


  • Analysis | The Senate’s new baby policy isn’t just about working moms

    Analysis | The Senate’s new baby policy isn’t just about working moms

    In this Feb. 14 photo, Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) speaks to Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Summit, on Capitol Hill. (Alex Brandon/AP) Much of the conversation about making workplaces more accommodating for working mothers, especially new moms, has been centered around gender. Women have been leading efforts to guarantee paid maternity leave, provide nursing rooms and tackling other…



  • The Hannity Standard

    The Hannity Standard

    The press corps gave a collective cheer this week when federal Judge Kimba Wood forced the public disclosure that Sean Hannity is a client of Michael Cohen, or at least considered to be a client by Mr. Cohen’s attorneys. When they’re done celebrating, perhaps a few media folk will reflect on how they would feel…


  • DOJ expected to deliver Comey memos to Congress

    DOJ expected to deliver Comey memos to Congress

    Former FBI Director James Comey has told lawmakers he drafted seven memos detailing his encounters with the president in person and on the phone. | Cliff Owen/AP Photo By KYLE CHENEY 04/19/2018 03:23 PM EDT Updated 04/19/2018 05:39 PM EDT 2018-04-19T05:39-0400 The Department of Justice is expected to send to Congress on Thursday afternoon copies…