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Carolyn Hax started her advice column in 1997 as a weekly feature for The Washington Post, accompanied by the work of "relationship cartoonist" Nick Galifianakis.
Cyclists are sounding off after a "Washington Post" columnist says they are "biker terrorists out to rule the road."
A Capital Bikeshare bicyclist rides on a bike lane in Washington, D.C., on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012.
Bottom line: Everyone is right. And wrong. Too many cyclists ride the streets and sidewalks like they're above the law and own the place.
It's awkward enough to get arrested for allegedly sexting your girlfriend, but things may be getting even more awkward for a 17-year-old Virginia boy.
A group of bicyclists are planning to ride to The Washington Post headquarters Thursday to protest a controversial column in which the author seemingly condoned violence against two-wheel riders in the District.
Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg, with his son Camilo, right, talks with his daughter, Maia, 1 1/2.
Virginia police have obtained a search warrant to photograph the erect penis of a 17-year-old facing felony child-pornography charges for sexting an explicit video to his 15-year-old girlfriend, the boy's lawyer says.
We've had enough trips in taxis, buses, shuttles, Ubers and Lyfts to last a lifetime, but none like the one Ryan Simonetti apparently went on yesterday.
A man holds a cross with a clown mask aloft during the National Atheist Organization's 'Reason Rally' March 24, 2012 on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
The company that sold The Washington Post last year to Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is now selling much of its corporate art collection to employees of the newspaper.
Washington and Lee University is apologizing for its past ownership of slaves and is promising to remove Confederate flags that have long stood in the school's chapel.
Cylists and drivers may never be best friends, but both sides could try being consistently cordial.
On July 5, the British Broadcasting Corporation announced it was training journalists to ignore skeptical views on man-made climate change.
"Not in my neighborhood!" is what some some Prince George's County parents say to proposed cellphone tower going up at their children's schools.
Cvent , a leading cloud-based enterprise event management platform, today announced that in 2014 the company expects to hire more than 500 new employees across all of its domestic and global offices, to support demand for its products and foster innovation in its product suite.
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