Brunswick Group partner in London decamps for New York to open an office of Washington-based polling and consulting firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, which is building a corporate practice as companies face political-style scrutiny.
Republicans are having a blast, assailing President Obama for carrying out what John McCain calls a "feckless foreign policy" that somehow encouraged Vladimir Putin to invade the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine.
Sen. Tom Coburn has asked the inspector general of the U.S. Dept. of Labor to probe "wasteful spending," including a six-figure PR pact with a Maryland firm to promote a book club for the department's centennial.
Congratulations to the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is no longer America’s most despised nation. Since 2004, the hard-line theocracy ranked last in Gallup’s annual World Affairs survey of favorability. Iran is now out of the cellar.
The Central Intelligence Agency has the right to nix or alter the scripts written for “The Americans,” the hit original drama on the FX Network, according to today’s “WSL Live at Bryant Park” event at the Celsius restaurant and bar, erected every year with the opening of the skating rink.
After a highly publicized legal spat with Verizon, a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in January ruled that the FCC doesn’t have the authority to force service providers to abide by its Net Neutrality rules.