Editor's Briefing

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Dec. 9–Dec. 16)

This week in political economy.      House and Senate Republicans released the final version of their tax bill late Friday afternoon. The Washington Post breaks...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Dec. 2–Dec. 9)

The stories that most interested us this week.           David Sirota and Josh Keefe of International Business Times reveal that Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS)...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Nov. 27–Dec. 2)

The stories that most interested us this week.         The Senate approved the Republican tax bill last night following a series of last-minute amendments, paving the way...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Nov. 18–26)

The stories that most interested us this week.       The New York Times reports on the ongoing turmoil at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Nov. 10–17)

The stories that most interested us this week.     The bribery trial of US Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) ended in a mistrial after the jury was not able...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Nov. 3–10)

The stories that most interested us this week.   Following reports that the Justice Department might force AT&T to sell Time Warner’s CNN as a...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Oct. 26–Nov. 2)

  The stories that most interested us this week.   Following a tough week for the world’s dominant digital platforms, Barry Lynn and Matt Stoller of the...

Editors’ Briefing: On Our Radar This Week (Oct. 19–26)

The first edition of our weekly news briefing.     ProMarket Issues in the Media "CVS Health is in Talks to Buy Aetna" (Wall Street Journal)    “Consumer Bureau Loses Fight to...

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