Katharine Graham

Steven Spielberg’s trusted cinematographer breaks down the gripping phone call that shows how history was made.
Movie critics are already hailing “The Post,” directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Meryl Streep as Washington Post publisher
Maya Angelou was an acclaimed author, poet, dancer, actress, singer, producer and activist. One of the lessons that we can learn from her life is the importance of saying "Yes". She discovered who she was and along the way by saying yes to various opportunities. "If I'm asked, 'Can you do this?' I think, if I don't do it, it'll be ten years before another black woman is asked to do it. And I say, 'Yes, yes, when do you want it?"
As Class Historian for Vassar's first coed freshman class, to me it was historically coincidental that Arianna Huffington opened her address at Vassar's 151st commencement in Poughkeepsie, New York, 75 miles north of New York City, with a reference to her own Greek heritage.
Because I came from another country, I've been exposed to different cultures, which is a valuable experience. Today's business
Lincoln Observed: Civil War Dispatches of Noah Brooks. The Great Emancipator did not live to write an autobiography, but
I felt incredibly honored to speak with Katharine Weymouth on Monday, as it was a historic day for her and her family who have owned The Post for over 80 years.
The public is being poorly served by the Post's decision. The ombudsman's job is important because it implicitly signals that a major news organization recognizes its power and wants to construct an internal check on the exercise of that power.
While our politics have become a shouting match of pander and slander, name-calling and talking points, celebrity media and instant misanalysis, C-SPAN shines as an exemplar of what a free press in a free nation should be.
Chairman Ben Bernanke's public press conferences are intended to open the nation's central bank to needed public sunlight. But Bernanke will likely dodge any questions on Fed policies, the only policies the Fed has authority to alter.