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The Sibel Edmonds Story
In this startling new memoir, Sibel Edmonds - the most classified woman in U.S. history - takes us on a surreal journey that begins with the secretive FBI and down the dark halls of a feckless Congress to a stonewalling judiciary and finally, to the national security whistleblowers movement she spearheaded.
Thu Dec 19, 2013
Lawsuit hopes to make Virginia students who are not citizens eligible for in-state tuition
Falls Church residents Rebeca Orellana Montano, 18, and Giancarla Rojas Mendoza, 19, both hope that a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Arlington will help make them eligible for in-state tuition as they pursue their college careers.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
EDITORIAL: Amnesty by another name
The culture of lawlessness is alive and well in Washington. President Obama sets the tone with his health care law revisions, rewriting the legislation without bothering Congress .
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Sodexo to Manage Concessions at George Mason University Arena
Sodexo is partnering with George Mason University's Patriot Center to manage concession services at the arena.
The Geography-Based Relationship Between Income and Transit Use
There is a common perception in much of America that poor people ride public transit to work, while wealthier people drive.
The Washington Post
Immigrant students in Va. seeking in-state college tuition
Giancarla Rojas is not an American citizen, but she has an American dream. The Falls Church resident has worked doggedly to become the first in her family to attend a four-year college, since her parents brought her here illegally from Bolivia as a child.
International seminar to mark Tagore's Nobel centenary - Indiatalkies.com
Kolkata, Dec 17: The eastern metropolis is hosting music scholars from seven countries along with international musicians as part of Rabindra Bharati University's celebrations to mark the centenary of poet Rabindranath Tagore's Nobel prize.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Sound Off for Dec. 17
Every Christmas season I listen for Grandpa Jones' song "Conrad's Christmas" and rarely find it.
The Heartland Institute
Survey of Meteorologists Destroys Climate - Consensus' Claims
Barely half of American Meteorological Society meteorologists believe global warming is occurring and humans are the primary cause, a newly released study reveals.
QnA with economist Stephen Fuller on October housing report
Steve Fuller is an economist with George Mason University. He spoke with the Times-Mirror about the housing contraction in October and the outlook for coming months Housing contracts were down 5 percent in Fairfax County in October as opposed to 10.7 percent in Loudoun County.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
African irony: As Mandela departs, atrocity emerges anew
In 1994, a stunning array of world leaders gathered in South Africa to celebrate Nelson Mandela's inauguration while genocidal massacres spread in Rwanda.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
The Washington Post
Editorial: Virginia needlessly holds some promising students as outsiders
REBECA ORELLANA grew up in Arlington, graduated with high honors from Washington-Lee High School and now studies civil engineering as a freshman at George Mason University in Fairfax.
UMW Top Ranked by Kiplinger
The university ranks fifth among Virginia's best values and 61st out of 100 four-year public institutions nationwide.
New principal approved for Pritchardville Elementary
Blue, currently principal of Lucketts Elementary School in Leesburg, Va., began her education career 35 years ago as a teacher in Fairfax County, Va.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
The Volokh Conspiracy
George Mason Law School Freezes Tuition
December 11, 2013: The Board of Visitors of George Mason University voted today at its quarterly meeting to freeze the tuition of the law school for the upcoming year, for current and incoming students, and it declared its intention not to increase law tuition through 2016-17.
Messiah Sing!, Holiday Ice Show, Winter Christmas Festival and More This Weekend
Messiah Sing!: Sing along to Handel's "Messiah," featuring the well-known "Hallelujah" chorus.
Educators Infuse Economic Trends Into Lessons With 'EDvantage'
From recovering business growth to the impacts of the new universal healthcare program, understanding how the economy works is increasingly important.
Former CEO of Sotera Defense Solutions ends up at George Mason
John Hillen, former president and CEO of Sotera Defense Solutions, has been hired by George Mason University, the university announced last week.
Crime Report: Man Pulls Knife on Hard Times Cafe Employee
A 21-year-old Fairfax man was arrested recently after threatening an employee of the Hard Times Cafe in Fairfax City with a knife over Thanksgiving weekend.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Four things Obama camp failed to talk up in last week's rosy jobs report
ALL SMILES: The Obama administration presented a sunny front about better-than-expected jobs numbers last week.