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Beyond the Cover: Jake Halpern Says His Mom and Brad Pitt Influenced 'Bad Paper'

By District of Columbia Bar

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I never thought I’d write a book about debt. Never. Strange as it sounds, this book owes it existence to two people: my mother and Brad Pitt.

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What to Read? The Director by David Ignatius

By District of Columbia Bar

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A new CIA chief is recruited from the corporate world to clean up a bureaucratic mess, and he immediately becomes entangled in a scheme where he can’t tell the good guys (men and women in the agency) from the bad.

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Tough Profession, Tough People--Speak Up!

By District of Columbia Bar

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“This is a tough profession, and I know we’re all tough people,” my partner said. “But we need to be mindful of each other. When you see a colleague who seems to be suffering, go ahead and knock on that closed door. Walk into that office. Ask how they’re doing. Speak up.” Read More →

What to Read? Secrets and Leaks: The Dilemma of State Secrecy

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Glenn Greenwald, a blogger and Snowden vehicle for press presentations of his purloined NSA materials, has a book coming out with “new revelations,” and The Guardian reporter Luke Harding just published his account of the Snowden leaks in The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World’s Most Wanted Man.

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