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Yacht Charter; Visit Washington DC on the Potomac River
Cruise right up the Potomac River from the Chesapeake Bay while on a crewed yacht charter along the mid Atlantic coast of the United States and dock right next to many of the "must see" highlights of the nation's capitol, Washington DC.
10 hrs ago
Ivoryton Playhouse to 'Kick Off its Sunday Shoes' with FOOTLOOSE, 7/3-28
One of the most explosive movie musicals in recent memory bursts onto the Ivoryton Playhouse stage on July 3rd.
16 hrs ago
Emirates News Agency
Sheikh Zayed Prize for Pediatric Surgical Innovation Presented by...
Omar Al Shamsi, Deputy Chief of Mission of the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC, presented the inaugural Sheikh Zayed Prize for Pediatric Surgical Innovation to Dr. Heung Bae Kim of Boston Children's Hospital.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
National Review Online
Jay Nordlinger: D.C. Journal
I mentioned a couple in a Paris Journal. That led to some comments on New York train stations.
Marijuana Advocate Rolling His Way To The White House
Curtis Kyle left from his home in Taylor on Friday and hopes to make it to Washington D.C. to talk with lawmakers about legalizing marijuana.
PRLog US Entertainment
'Comedy for a Cause' kicks off with benefit for GOProud
Jun. 17, 2013 - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- June 17, 2013, Washington, DC, -- District Comedy, the premier comedy booking and production company in the nation's capital and Hobbes' House of Soap, an event planning/public relations company announced the lineup for next week's "Comedy for a Cause" series to benefit GOProud.
Ride your bicycle from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C.
It took 30 years and $80 million or so, but the final stretch of the Great Allegheny Passage has rolled into downtown Pittsburgh.
Solar Plane Completes Second-to-Last Leg of Cross-Country Trip
Swiss pilot Bertrand Piccard waves after landing the solar-powered Solar Impulse plane in Washington, D.C. on June 16, 2013.
Public Schedule: June 17 - Friday
DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLIC SCHEDULE MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2013 SECRETARY JOHN KERRY Secretary Kerry has no public events.
Miss USA crown goes to Connecticut contestant
The country's newest Miss USA is leaving a white collar job behind for the glamour and excitement that goes with her new role -- and she can't wait.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
St. Louisans pay tribute to Fallen Vietnam Soldiers
Hundreds of St. Louisans turned out this Father's Day weekend to pay tribute to fallen United Stated Servicemen from the Vietnam War.
Philippine Embassy in DC Marks Independence Day by Sharing Good News about Economic Transformation
Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia Jr. welcomes United States Assistant Secretary of State Joseph Y. Yun to the Independence Day Reception of the Philippine Embassy at the Hay Adams Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday Trade and Industry Secretary Gregory Domingo delivers his remarks during the Independence Day Reception of the Philippine Embassy at the ... (more)
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Prism, wiretapping, and email sniffing is legal in the Constitution Free Zone
The Department of Homeland Security , NSA , CIA, and yes, the IRS can legally suspend your Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure.
Why Justice Stevens Is Dead Wrong About DNA Searches
Is it really less intrusive to collect someone's vital data for eternity than it is to rummage through his papers briefly? John Paul Stevens, the avuncular former justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, gave an interesting speech yesterday at the American Constitution Society Convention in Washington, D.C. Not only did he offer some provocative analysis ... (more)
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Solar-powered plane stops in Cincinnati on its way to D.C.
The Swiss-made Solar Impulse plane touched down in Cincinnati on Friday for an overnight layover before continuing on to Washington, D.C. The solar-powered plane has been making its way across America with nary a drop of fuel, which means it didn't have to fly down for a fillup.
3 facts about the White House
Most children who live in America know that the White House is where the President and his family live.
Fred Rogers' Ministry Honored At Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
JULY 9, 2002: Fred Rogers smiles after receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award from U.S. President George W. Bush, during a ceremony at the White House, July 9, 2002 in Washington, DC.
Baker City Herald
It's a busy summer for Oregon's top teacher
S. John Collins / Baker City Herald Nanette Lehman recounts her experiences visiting Washington D.C. as Teacher of the Year for Oregon.
Dirty Words: Stairway to Hell and Heaven - Mountain time-trials in the summer
Summer is coming to the Washington, D.C. area not on little cat feet, but with hammer blows of scorching heat, high-velocity derecho winds, sour armpit afternoons and enough humidity to grow mold in your toilet bowl.
One Last Romp Around Washington DC
Designed to honor our 16th President, the Lincoln Memorial is equally amazing. Just climbing the impressive steps offering spectacular views of the city, and standing below his soaring19-foot marble image is awe-inspiring.