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49 min ago | Free Republic
At about 1 a.m. last night, the Senate voted 51-44 to approve Cornelia Pillard to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
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4 hrs ago | HON
Vigorous exercise on a regular basis might help protect black women against an aggressive form of breast cancer, researchers have found.
9 hrs ago | Information Technology
Inc. today announced Stephen Yu has joined Infoblox as executive vice president and general counsel, effective immediately.
10 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
County Executive Ed FitzGerald has hired a former Democratic congressional aide as his new spokesman, filling a long-vacant position in the county administration.
The Virginia State Bar is proposing a new ethics rule that governs client contacts when lawyers leave their firms or a firm dissolves.
Nearly three decades ago, a handful of prominent Black activists began organizing a movement that would eventually help break the back of apartheid in South Africa and force the U.S. government and American companies to end their support of White minority rule on the continent.
"This is a story that's old as old, of how a girl turned straw into gold," and one that the audiences at Imagination Stage are sure to know! Directed by Janet Stanford and written by Mike Kenny, Rumpelstiltskin is a unique interpretation of a fairytale in which the characters discover their true place in the world, complete with witty poetry, ... (more)
A delegation of thirteen representatives from leading universities and study abroad programs in the United States arrived in Israel for a weeklong visit, geared towards developing new study abroad collaborations with Israeli institutions.
District of Columbia public schools, the Federal government, city government, Georgetown University, the University of the District of Columbia and the Department of Motor Vehicles are all closed Today.
Mexican migrants are frequently subjected to physical abuse and verbal mistreatment while in custody of U.S. border authorities, according to a new study.
On Tuesday the rock legend released the latest in his archival concert series, "Live at the Cellar Door."
Editor's note: Donna Brazile, a CNN contributor and a Democratic strategist, is vice chairwoman for voter registration and participation at the Democratic National Committee.
Finding one's true passion is a rare gift and having the courage to pursue it is even more rare.
Writing for the Washington Post , James Piereson and Naomi Schaefer Riley explore the growth in the number and scope of college-level schools of public policy.
A China scholar's copying of Wikipedia in a report about his proposed testimony in a U.S. economic espionage trial is "extremely troubling," a judge said in ordering a hearing on whether the Georgetown University law professor should be barred from testifying.
Below are the remarks of John Podesta, Chair of the Center for American Progress, as delivered at Georgetown University on October 1, 2013.