This blog post is about the inauguration, at least tangentially. I promise.
This is NPR.
Good journalists among us would recognize the second half of this post’s title to be an exaggeration.
What’s going to change over the next four years, and what should President-Elect Donald Trump do to put America in the best position in each situation?
Drake University took home an important road win Saturday with a dominant performance over brunch at Annie’s Paramount Steakhouse.
Washington, D.C. runs on politics in much the same way that America runs on a popular coffee shop.
Or, how Washington, D.C. is an onion.
By Tim Webber It probably wasn’t too surprising for anyone in the academic seminar: The lesson for our first session focused on how to be civil in political discussions with those whose opinions differ from ours. And while most of the class would likely agree that they learned more from our Drake session in the …
By Jack Feldman, Annie Hayes, Courtney Jasper, Logan Kentner, and Tim Webber During our first full day in Washington, D.C., we were given an assignment to explore our new hometown for the next two weeks. We were specifically told only to use our maps when necessary and not to use our cell phones for navigational …
By Tim Webber On the day before I left home to travel to Des Moines — my stop for the week before heading to Washington, D.C. — I watched the holiday broadcast of CBS’ Face the Nation. Specifically, I watched John Dickerson’s interview with Stephen Colbert. I was struck by the words that Colbert uttered …