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49 min ago | NewsBusters.org
The Washington Post might want to just call themselves The Washington Pot. Once again, on Friday, they adorned their front page with a pro-pot article, this one a Holly Yeager article headlined "Congress hears a new cannabis pitch: It's just good business."
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4 hrs ago | Examiner.com
To no one's surprise, defense analysts have discovered China's cyber-espionage operations yielded sensitive U.S. technology and aircraft secrets used to build the new J-20 stealth fighter jet.
9 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
It's been nearly a week since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared over - well, no one is quite sure where.
13 hrs ago | Switched
The Wall Street Journal reported that the Commerce Department announced the decision to transition out of managing domain names and addresses for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers .
In 1974, I spent several months in the dusty main reading room of Moscow's Lenin Library, studying the troubled Soviet-German relationship.
Occoquan was the focus of a "Where We Live" feature in The Washington Post. "The waterfront offers vistas, seagulls in flight and properties facing the river," writes Audrey Hoffer.
A man arrested in West Virginia who has extensive ties to Alexandria and Loudoun County may be connected to the shooting death of Ruthanne Lodato and two earlier killings, according to news reports.
California was the first state to crack down on tailpipe emissions and the first to establish a comprehensive in-state greenhouse gas program.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray delivers his 2014 State of the District speech at Kelly Miller Middle School on March 11, 2014.
My boyfriend's parents are against our relationship. My boyfriend and I have been on and off for three years but have remained best friends since we met.
Frustrated by a federal government bureaucracy that was "profoundly dysfunctional" and that left him "offended as an American taxpayer," the director of a Department of Health and Human Services agency detailed his grievances in a pointed resignation letter.
Rupert Murdoch is getting the cabaret treatment in a new play about his 60 years building a newspaper and television empire.
You'd think conservatives Ted Cruz and Mike Lee are outspoken enough without liberal media sources having to lie about their words.
The political world is on tenterhooks waiting for Hillary Clinton, and when there's even a hint of chum in the water, the sharks come circling.
The veteran Iranian diplomat Hamid Aboutalebi, formerly that country's emissary to Italy, to Australia and now to the United Nations, can't seem to get his U.S. visa, The Washington Post reported on March 11. "The Iranians are wondering how the apparently new spirit of dialogue and openness is being reciprocated if Tehran is not going to be able to ... (more)
As Democrats lost a special election in Florida because of the unpopularity of President Obama, the CIA under his administration is accused of spying on the Intelligence Committee of a Democratic Senate, and a new Wall Street Journal /NBC poll finds disapproval of the president among Democrats rising to 20 percent, The Washington Post headlines, ... (more)