This Saturday marks 100 days of President Trump. The milestone prompted a declaration from the White House that Trump had accomplished more in his first 100 days than any other president since Franklin Roosevelt.
It was a tough choice between the United Airways fiasco and the Pepsi 'protest ad' debacle featuring Kendall Jenner for April's Flop of Month, but the airline edged it.
We've witnessed the rise of citizen journalism. We've heard about the wisdom of crowds. And lately, of course, we've been introduced to the scourge of "fake news".
PRWeek has partnered with insight and strategy consultancy BritainThinks in a unique project to take the temperature of both leave and remain voters. Diarists will be canvassed for their views at crucial moments during the two-year Brexit process, following the triggering of Article 50.
We should embrace what better surveillance technology offers, but it must be done in an environment where there is transparency, consent and understanding.
The days when PR effort was simply measured by weight of media coverage and spurious and meaningless metrics are almost gone.
There's a 'national day' for almost everything, and 10 April didn't disappoint, offering a celebration for siblings, cinnamon crescents and farmyard animals.
"I know!" shouts an enthusiastic account exec at an all-hands brainstorm. "Free runners!"
'The social (media) party will win' - why are big comms agencies in France staying out of the presidential elections?
For a long time in France, major communication agencies loved to display their support to presidential candidates. All the key industry names used to commit to our political wannabes.
A rushed election engineered to further divide the country, further international referendums and growing fears, calling the fundamentals of democracy as we have known it into question.
Prime Minister Theresa May had been ruling out an early General Election right up to the point at which she called one.
The chances are you've never heard of the Judicial Office (JO); the relatively small but crucial part of the civil service where I work.
When the number of something increases, it typically follows that the value decreases.
Step aside Jesus - the Easter bunny is in town!
As a child, I justified my bad behaviour relentlessly; it was always my friends' faults, they had told me to do it.
Whatever United Airlines is going through, it's not a crisis. Just because you've drafted a holding statement about something doesn't make it a crisis.
Prime Minister Theresa May has officially notified the EU that the UK is leaving. Her historic letter to European Council president Donald Tusk has triggered Article 50 and formally set in motion two years of negotiations. If all goes to plan, Brexit will take place in March 2019.
On the morning of 7 May 1937, engineers standing around the still-smoldering wreckage of the LZ 129 Hindenburg had a moment of quiet reflection.
Adrian Pettett's piece in PRWeek on gender diversity in sports PR raised some important points.
If you ever find yourself in a meeting with ad guys, policy wonks, media buyers and, of course, PR consultants, wait until the client cracks a joke. In fact, wait until the client says anything remotely amusing.
The Brexit Diaries - week 12: Article 50 - can the Government heal Britain and deliver on expectations?
PRWeek partnered with insight and strategy consultancy BritainThinks in a unique project to take the temperature of both leave and remain voters in the run-up to Article 50 being triggered. This is the final part of the current series but BritainThinks will be back soon.
I find it extraordinary that public relations is an industry many struggle to understand and define, especially when it comes to our role with sales.
Charities need to face up to criticism and communicate more effectively, says Russell Hargrave, media manager at NPC
Only well-run pitch processes give agencies the chance to present their best work - to the ultimate benefit of the client.
Anyone can string a sentence together, but don't make the mistake of thinking anyone can do it well, says Wyn Matthews, editorial manager at Word Association.
Confectionery brand Skittles showed less can be more when responding to a tricky comms situation.
Team GB and the wider British Olympic Association played a blinder in August. Aside from the athletes' medals haul, the reputation management and comms were gold standard.
There is, famously, no 'I' in 'team', but the extraordinary way in which the Pokémon Go phenomenon has played out this month leads to the question: how much 'PR' is there in 'viral'?
Sometimes, PRWeek's UK team has a tough time selecting its Flop of the Month.
Sir Philip Green's summer has gone from bad to worse. First he was grilled by select committees on the demise of BHS, with his prickly demeanour not going down well.
Although there may be legitimate reasons for doing so, trying to muzzle the press with court orders has a nasty habit of backfiring on celebrities who take this course.