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Lanny Davis appeared on WCCO, a Minneapolis CBS Radio affiliate, to talk about how he assists his high profile clients in finding the way out of a scandal and the best way to handle a crisis. 

This past Friday marked the opening of one of the summer’s most anticipated movies for kids (and some adults as well). Universal Studios launched “Minions” about the quirky and wildly popular little yellow characters from the hugely successful “Despicable Me” movies.

This week, Richard Levick participated in a round table discussion on the Sony hack and the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba on WJLA’s “Washington Business Report.”

In this article published today by The Hill, we examine the horrific and tragic terrorist attack at a school in Pakistan that took the lives of more than 100 children – and what it means for U.S.-Pakistan relations moving forward.

In this article published today on, we examine New York’s politically torturous road to a ban on fracking. It actually underscores the opportunity the energy industry still has to win a communications campaign and reverse its current setback.

In this article published today on, we examine the announcement of Dov Charney’s firing. The overarching story was as much about American Apparel’s future as it was about the downfall of a once great entrepreneur.

In this article published today on LEVICK Energy, we examine industry reactions to today’s announcement by Governor Andrew Cuomo that New York will ban fracking statewide.

Police militarization has emerged as a dominant theme in the coverage of civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. That’s for good reason – though not the reason many might think.

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In this article published today on, we examine NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s actions in the wake of the Donald Sterling controversy – and why they epitomize effective crisis management.