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Is America's government too big?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Like when a hotel books 20 simultaneous events and everyone has to compete for service, access and meeting space.
As Delivered by SgtMaj Bryan B. Battaglia, Senior Enlisted Adviser to the Chairman , The Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Tuesday, December 17, 2013 Thanks, Megan, and good morning, everyone.
Harriet Mayor Fulbright's international education began at the tender age of 15. She has visited and lived in countries from Latin America to Asia.
A former home economics teacher for eight years and special education administrator for 16 years, Margaret Quayle knows how to transform a house into a home.
Understanding the past can help us better appreciate the present and look toward the future.
Snow, sleet and rain will end overnight allowing for skies to gradually clear for the second half of the weekend.
The U.S. Midwest and East Coast braced for another round of wintry weather on Saturday as a massive storm spanning more than 1,000 miles promised heavy snow, slick roads and travel delays.
Utah's lieutenant governor answered questions Friday about whether two candidates vying to replace former Attorney General John Swallow meet the state's residency requirement to be eligible to hold the post - sort of.
President Barack Obama and his family are leaving Washington, D.C., on Dec. 20 for a 17-day vacation in Hawaii, The Washington Times reported.
Historic Georgetown, Colo., has been running its Christmas market for more than 50 years, with carolers in Victorian costumes and horse-drawn wagon rides.
And we're now being broadcast live on We Act Radio, Washington, DC's WPWC 1480 AM! So if you're in the area, tune in on your actual radio.
Baltimore, MD-December 2013. Center Stage announces casting for the upcoming Stones in His Pockets , by Marie Jones .
Ken Waldman survived a plane crash on a flight from Brevig Mission to Nome in 1996, which makes for a good story -- one of many Alaska's "Fiddling Poet" will share at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb 21, when he and fellow Appalachian-style music-men Kevin Carr and Ray Bierl perform at the Vacaville Performing Arts Theatre to benefit the Solano County Library ... (more)
Obama and first Lady Michelle Obama return to the White House from foreign travel to South Africa on December 11, 2013 in Washington, DC.