6 hrs ago
The Washington Post
All Opinions Are Local: Don't dilute the Circulator brand
What makes the DC Circulator different from "a regular bus"? Is it just that it's red? The lines are a little straighter? Or is the only difference that the D.C. government controls it instead of WMATA? If D.C. officials don't have a clear vision, they might wreck the success they've built.
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10 hrs ago
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Alzheimer's breakthrough was a team effort
Over the past day or so, news spread around the world that a blood test may be able to detect Alzheimer's before symptoms appears.
14 hrs ago
Early Voting Days Away as Scandal Heats Up
This photo taken through a courthouse window shows Washington businessman Jeffrey Thompson checked by security as he enters the federal courthouse in Washington, Monday, March 10, 2014.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Huffington Post
These Are The Most Educated States And Neighborhoods In America
One out of every two people living in Washington, D.C. has a college degree, a rate far surpassing any state in the country.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Georgetown U. gets all clear after bomb threat
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Laurence Reszetar hired to attract foreign direct investment in Minnesota
The position is new. Reszetar will oversee the state's efforts to attract investment from foreign companies that creates jobs in Minnesota.
MSB Hosts Latin Students
The McDonough School of Business is currently accommodating 40 Latin American leaders for a 12-week Global Competitiveness Leadership Program that began in late January.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Real Estate Roundup: Land near COTA sells for parking lot; apartments change hands
An undisclosed buyer purchased three parcels totaling about 110 acres at SH-130 and Moore Road near the Circuit of The Americas race track.
Dance companies converge on the Alex Theatre
Dance lovers will be treated to multifaceted styles of the art March 8 at the Glendale Alex Theatre as "Celebrate Dance," in its ninth year, brings together dance companies from throughout California to perform for one night only.
The Relaunch of Fashion Washington Magazine
Fashion Washington , a seasonal magazine from Washington Post Media, captures the increasingly stylish scene from trend-setting diplomats to star-studded parties.
The Washington Post
Enrollment at D.C.-area law schools bests national average
Washington-area law schools fared slightly better than the national average when it came to law school enrollment for fall 2013, according to data released by the American Bar Association .
Mystery man: Ukraine's U.S. political fixer
Today, Paul Manafort is more like The Invisible Man - a worldly political pro whose latest adventure, whispering in the ear of Ukrainian presidential candidate Viktor Yanukovych, has handed him a supporting role in a bona fide international crisis.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Under Armour to open Georgetown Brand House store in building owned by Scott Plank
Under Armour Inc. is bringing its Brand House store concept to Georgetown, according to a source with knowledge of the deal.
Wire: Rebellion DC is Coming; Red Hen to Open Mondays
BLOOMINGDALE — The Red Hen will no longer be closed on Mondays. The restaurant has extended its schedule , and will be open from 5:30 to 10 p.m..
DC cherry blossoms predicted to bloom April 8-12
Despite the long, snowy winter in the Mid-Atlantic region, Washington's famous cherry blossom trees are expected to bring the first sure sign of spring between April 8-12, when they're predicted to reach peak bloom, the National Park Service said Tuesday.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Washington Post
John Shields returns to familiar turf as D.C. restaurant falls through
Chef John Shields says his plan to open a restaurant in Georgetown at 1050 Potomac St. NW has fallen through.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Texas' senators and their "good working relationship"
Asked about Cruz, Cornyn said, "My relationship with Cruz is a good working relationship."
The Real Deal
Americaa s five richest neighborhoods
Much like the rest of the country, America's richest neighborhoods continue to evolve in terms of racial diversity.
The Journal News
Jenny du Pont digs into new role at Garden Conservancy
This year, the Garden Conservancy is on the cusp of two major milestones. In December, it will celebrate its 25th anniversary, and this year also marks the 20th season of its popular Open Days Program.