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1 hr ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
To use the newspaper as a political tool, to gain political clout, to gain assets, or to leave a legacy are among the reasons commentators gave.
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
Could you pass a US citizenship test?
1 hr ago | Baltimore News
A WINTER STORM WARNING is in effect for Baltimore City, Howard, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, and Harford Counties until 2PM Tuesday.
1 hr ago | MarketWatch
Former Bill Clinton chief of staff John Podesta is joining the White House to help President Barack Obama salvage what's become a difficult second term, the Washington Post reports .
2 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
In the London Review of Books --in a story that both the Washington Post and the New Yorker could have printed but chose not to , the Post having told Hersh they didn't find the sourcing solid enough--journalist Seymour Hersh lays out at great length his reasons for thinking the case against the Assad regime for poison gas attacks is unproven.
Effective January 1, 2014, Silver, Freedman & Taff and Elias, Matz, Tiernan & Herrick, two small Washington law firms that specialize in representing financial institutions intends to merge.
A Washington, D.C., Superior Court judge has called out prosecutors in a major gang case - concerning murder, conspiracy and assault - for their selection of which potential jurors get criminal background checks, a somewhat uncommon practice to begin with, the Washington Post reported.
Those who watch and report on Washington-area winter weather say Tuesday's forecast of up to five inches of snow is a bit excessive.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland has a Rush exhibit, seen Oct. 31, 2013.
For most of 2013, there was little intrigue in next year's U.S. Senate race in Virginia.
EXCLUSIVE : Suddenly, there is a collision of feature projects based on the subject of debilitating concussions on professional football players.
A 27-year-old woman was knocked out by a flying deer while jogging in Virginia. Yes, that's right.
The most intense fights in American politics center around questions of redistribution - at what levels should the government tax the rich, and how generously should it subsidize the poor and sick? The debates tend to run along familiar tropes - big government, free markets, personal responsibility, and so on.
Among those with an opinion , 57 percent supported the agreement with 37 percent opposed.
A Washington Post columnist since 1984, Thomas Boswell is known for the many books he has written on baseball, including "How Life Imitates the World Series" and "Why Time Begins on Opening Day."
Staffers at the National Security Agency feel overlooked by the White House amid revelations of the agency's vast domestic surveillance programs, according to a Washington Post report published Saturday.
I love walking the streets of Washington, D.C. Sometimes I turn a corner to discover a surprising and little-known site or monument.
Now that NSA is the dirtiest acronym in Washington, it appears to be a much less fun place to work than before Edward Snowden detailed exactly the extent to which our communication devices are the agency's playground.