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This undated photo shows journalist Haynes Johnson. Johnson, a pioneering Washington journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the civil rights movements and migrated from newspapers to television, books and teaching, died Friday, May 24, 2013.
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Reading the commentary on the IRS hearings, it's clear that the overriding rule in Washington opinion circles is that the moment someone says they have done nothing wrong is when the presumption of guilt hardens into an incontrovertible fact of guilt, with only the punishment left to be decided.
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Olivia Ferguson wanted to stay at Jackson P. Burley High School, the school she loved, with all her friends.
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Dear Carolyn: My husband and I get in a fight almost every time we try to do something fun together, either alone or with our kids, who are both under 3. I do something dumb .
The Boy Scouts of America on Thursday ended its ban on openly gay youths but maintained a prohibition on gay adult leaders.
A recent survey of Washington's Capital Bikeshare members found that the average annual subscriber drove 198 fewer miles per year.
Police gather at the Washington suburban home of former George W. Bush adviser Claude A. Allen, whose son allegedly used a hatchet to kill another man there.
The Washington Post has a new managing editor, replacing John Temple , who left the paper in March .
Today's headlines include details on California's new health insurance exchange rates, whether consumers will experience "rate shock" and what these numbers say about the health law's implementation.
The Daily Caller reports that White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler had three unprecedented one-on-one meetings last year with the Treasury Department's chief lawyer, Chistopher Meade.
The chemistry in my nine-month relationship is awesome, the hard work feels minimal, and we stay up late and talk often.
Sen. Mitch McConnell is continuing his push to tie Democratic efforts to increase campaign finance disclosures to the IRS scandal.
The sinister commonality to the Internal Revenue Service and AP scandals and the James Rosen affair is that each appears to have been an attempt to suppress a core American right.
The Washington Post reports Christopher Picciano , a 17-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department, "maintains that he made a sarcastic quip while inadvertently displaying an image of a gun on his smartphone," according to his attorney.
Fifty high school seniors in the Presidential Scholars program presented President Bush with a letter on Monday calling for an end to 'violations of the human rights' of terrorism suspects held by the United States.
The economy is recovering, the White House is dealing with multiple controversies, and President Barack Obama appears generally unaffected either way.