Maura Judkis, The Washington Post Published 12:27 pm PST, Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry and Cookies n' Dreams. Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry and Cookies n' Dreams. Photo: Photo By Tom McCorkle For The Washington Post. Photo: Photo By Tom McCorkle For The Washington Post. Image 1 of / 55 Caption Close Image 1 of 55 Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry and Cookies n' Dreams. Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry … [Read more...] about Is an ice cream that promises a better night’s sleep too good to be true? Maybe.
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By Amy B Wang, (c) 2018, The Washington Post When President Donald Trump took the stage on Thursday at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings, Montana, it had all the trappings of his signature rallies. A sea of red Make America Great Again hats. A smattering of blue Trump-Pence placards. A crowd standing behind Trump, carefully curated to telegraph maximum enthusiasm for the president and his message. Except one. Positioned just beyond Trump’s shoulder – and thus almost constantly visible throughout the televised event – was Tyler Linfesty, a 17-year-old senior from Billings West High School. He wore a plaid shirt, a hand-me-down from his brother. And where others zigged, Tyler zagged. A hero rises within the enemies..he shall be called #plaidshirtguy pic.twitter.com/tUmAqDtmDg — Dan (@dan_bruc) September 7, 2018 “We have the best economy in history!” Trump declared at one point in his speech, repeating a claim that has been fact-checked as false.Tyler … [Read more...] about “I had to be real”: #PlaidShirtGuy removed from Trump rally after viral facial expressions
Glenn Kessler and Meg Kelly, The Washington Post Published 3:21 am PDT, Thursday, July 26, 2018 "I wanted to make sure, unlike most politicians, that what I said was correct. . . . When I make a statement, I like to be correct. I want the facts. . . . Before I make a statement, I need the facts." - President Donald Trump, Aug. 15, 2017 --- At the Fact Checker, we have vetted many statements by President Trump - and maintain a running list of every false and misleading claim he has made since he took the oath of office. The president's factual errors on trade and tax policy are relatively easy to fact-check, as the data undercutting his claims can be easily obtained. But there have been a number of instances in which the president or his surrogates have flatly denied something - only to have that denial contradicted weeks or months later by new documents or statements. Often, by then the media coverage has moved on to a new controversy. The release of the tape recording … [Read more...] about Once again, ‘fake news’ decried by Trump turns out to be true
As the chief medical officer of DaVita Inc., I feel compelled to address a jury verdict that The Denver Post chose to write two stories about in recent weeks. Strikingly, this lawsuit centers not on the product itself, but on the way we communicated to caregivers about GranuFlo, a powdered product that has been used in tens of millions of dialysis treatments over 25 years, and continues to be used in tens of millions of treatments today. The verdict is shocking when you consider the actual facts and science in this case. Our teammates did the right things, in the right way, and we would do it again the same way in the future. In fact, because of the outstanding work of our people and our physicians, we are the leader or among the top in clinical outcomes according to key benchmarks set by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. This is what I know to be true: GranuFlo continues to be safe and effective and is used today in clinics around the world to … [Read more...] about $385.5 million verdict shocking; DaVita would do the same thing again.
Looking for good summer letters. And updates. [email protected] (or the form above). First time here. I am very spiritual girl and believe that some things are meant to be. A decade ago, when I was still a teenager and my friends were meeting their first boyfriends, I always refused boys because I knew deep down in my heart that my first boyfriend would be English. I always loved English culture. I'd made a list of the qualities I wanted in "my true love" and at the end I wrote: "My boyfriend is English." I read it every day. Until one day it came true. We met online. From the first day we met, we didn't stop talking. Then he decided to visit me, so he flew from England. We fell in love, laughing all the time. He stayed for two weeks. In his phone calls with his family, he said "Dad, I am living in Heaven." I felt so blessed, grateful, and happy. But then I broke up with him. I went to see him in London and I got negative and insecure. I was embarrassed about my career and … [Read more...] about I broke up with my meant-to-be