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And for their super-nice behavior, It is the Senate as sewing circle, with rank partisanship left at the door, a caricature painted by women to frame their historic numbers.
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Kathleen Turner during rehearsal of the Arena Stage production of "Mother Courage and Her Children."
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When blogger and commentator Ezra Klein joined the Washington Post in 2009, he was 25 years old and barely known outside beltway policy circles.
Author and Washington Post political journalist Melinda Henneberger has been named the keynote speaker for the annual King's-Wilkes Women's and Gender Studies Conference.
Residents in northeast Washington have filed a complaint over a District of Columbia police officer's inaction while responding to a street brawl.
As a newspaper The Washington Post has used its editorial board, columnists, and writers to call into the question the political leadership of the District of Columbia.
Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken said Sunday that if Crimea votes to join Russia in a referendum next week, the United States would not recognize it.
Kaiser calls former House Speaker Newt Gingrich 'the most effective and most destructive political figure I encountered in five decades.'
The Academy Awards are the Left Coast's great cultural event of the year, more important to the stars than a Hillary Clinton fundraiser.
Freelance writer Marlene Cimons is a former Washington reporter for the Los Angeles Times who specializes in science and medicine.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is taking advantage of the rift between Russia and the United States over Ukraine to press ahead with plans to crush the rebellion against his rule and secure his reelection for another seven-year term, unencumbered by pressure to compromise with his opponents.
I was interested to read the Feb. 25 op-ed by former Washington Post publisher Donald E. Graham on the District of Columbia Public Schools and the D.C. Council education committee's recent hearing on DCPS [" Has D.C. learned its lesson? "].
Barbara Tucker Parker gives her mother, Dorothy Tucker, 87, a bath at home in University Park, Md.
Last train home: Bars can stay open until 4 a.m. on Sunday, but Metro will close between 1 and 2 a.m. At 2 a.m. Sunday, the clock on your smartphone will automatically fast forward to 3 a.m. This is the beginning of daylight saving time, where we trade an hour of sleep for an extra hour of sunlight.
Marijuana legalization was a hot topic at the recent meeting of the National Governors Association in Washington, for obvious reasons - among them the prospect of raising much-needed revenue by taxing pot sales.
A view of the art-deco Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club from its raised theater seats.