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Three days that changed the world

By confronting the Soviet Union with military and technological competition it could not match, Ronald Reagan forced the Kremlin to adopt reforms that were fatal to the regime and won the Cold War without firing a shot.

Bret Baier ’92 Among Celebrity Participants in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

A Golf article on the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which begins today and continues through February 11, notes that Bret Baier is one of the celebrity participants. “The Fox anchor captained his college golf team at DePauw University in Indiana, and says he still maintains a 5 handicap,” writes Jessica Marksbury.

A Conversation With Bret Baier, the News Guy at Fox News

At a network largely defined in the public consciousness by Tucker Carlson berating campus activists and Sean Hannity stumping for Donald Trump, Bret Baier is something of an anomaly. His nightly newscast, Special Report, is probably the closest Fox News has ever come to achieving the “fair and balanced” standard set by its original slogan.

John Kelly: Is White House chief of staff on the outside looking in?

After White House chief of staff John Kelly pressured President Trump last fall to install his top deputy, Kirstjen Nielsen, atop the Department of Homeland Security, the president lost his temper when conservative allies argued she wasn’t sufficiently hardline on immigration. ‘‘You didn’t tell me she was a [expletive] George W. Bush person,’’ Trump growled.

PHOTOS: Children’s Ball 2018 at Union Station

It wasn’t enough for guests to simply walk the red carpet last Friday night. They had to rock the red carpet at the entrance to Union Station, as they made their way inside for the 12th annual Children’s Ball, the prominent black-tie fundraiser benefitting Children’s National Foundation.

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