King, niece of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., talked about how America needs to “rise above” foolish issues like impeachment in order to fight for religious freedom across the globe. … [Read more...] about Alveda King Is On A Mission To Bring Attention To Persecuted Christians In The Middle East
Newsweek was just coming into its own when the ’60s began to unfold, along with the movements that would change America, all for a new generation of journalists to cover. The Washington Post’s brilliant and charismatically flamboyant publisher, Phil Graham, had been persuaded by his good friend Ben Bradlee to buy the magazine, and that’s how Newsweek became part of the storied Washington Post family. It was 1962, and Bradlee, the magazine’s Washington bureau chief, would soon jump to the Post. Both men were close to the new president, socializing with the first family, hearing but never betraying JFK’s confidences, and being part of the inner circle elevated the Post and Newsweek too in status-conscious Washington. … [Read more...] about The Graham Family’s Shock ‘Washington Post’ Sale to Jeff Bezos
On Wednesday morning, Daily Caller deputy editor Arthur Bloom and senior White House correspondent Christian Datoc sat down to discuss new information just surfaced about Epstein’s personal bank in the Virgin Islands and speculate as to what other illicit activity he was using it to hide. … [Read more...] about New Information Comes To Light On Jeffrey Epstein’s Personal Bank — What Else Was He Hiding?
And while virtually nothing has changed about the Char-Pit over the last decade-plus, Kings Cafe's menu has expanded and contracted (and expanded again) — with the two constants over the last nine years being the simple pink sign with a crown out front, and the mouth-watering breakfast fare. … [Read more...] about The best breakfast in Tahoe is made inside of an 83-year-old post office
She's not kidding. Everyone who walks by during the interview has either worked here for most of their adult life (which makes sense when you find out the job comes with ski breaks as a perk) or grown up here and spent the entirety of their life coming to the Chammy. There's a photo on the wall of a group of 15-year-old boys hanging out in front of the building — Dahl points to it and says they all still hang out here, except they're all 45 now. … [Read more...] about How legendary aprés ski spot the Chammy survived 50 years of Tahoe droughts, development