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Albany Times Union
Dowd: An idealist who was also a
On Thursday night, we sat around, talking about the lawyer and constitutional expert in the White House, a leader both didactic and charming, peacenik and hawk; the Ivy League academic who improbably ascended to the Oval Office on brains, not beholden to anyone; the Democrat, eager to fight economic inequality and help the 99 percent, who would ... (more)
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Get Out [Washington Times (DC)]
Pick of the Pack Theater Edgar & Annabel After a long year of debates about government surveillance and secrets in Washington, the Studio Theatre's latest play debuts Wednesday with impeccable timing.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Tesco defeats Morrisons in Washington 'store wars' planning saga...
Tesco, which also faced opposition from M&G Real Estate, owner of the Galleries shopping centre, which fears a drop in trade, will now press ahead with its plans.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Cocaine cartel who Michael Chopra gave evidence for are convicted
Three men are facing jail for running a cocaine plot, despite Michael Chopra saying alleged drugs money was in fact his gambling debts A drugs gang who footballer Michael Chopra gave evidence for are facing jail after they were convicted of a cocaine plot.
Victims held down and stamped on as gatecrashers turn birthday party into an 'ugly' brawl
Violence spilled out onto the streets after the party at the NE38 sports bar in Barmston, Washington, was targeted by gatecrashers.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
US: American fighters in Syria a security risk
Federal officials say Americans are joining the bloody civil war in Syria , raising the chances they could become radicalized by al-Qaida-linked militant groups and return to the U.S. as battle-hardened security risks.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Washingtonian Sharilyn Abbajay masterminded Manhattan's new Red Door Spa
Designed for today's busy professional woman, the spa menu features fast pick-me-ups as well as a full-service salon.
Court told cocaine accused 'was trying to keep Michael Chopra out of the papers'
Court told that man accused of conspiracy to supply cocaine did not reveal Michael Chopra's debts to protect the footballer Former Newcastle United and Sunderland striker Michael Chopra's debts remain at the centre of a trial of four men accused of running a cocaine cartel.
Community News in Brief: Thursday, November 28
Run Geordie Run charity fundraiser Mark Allison has reached the halfway point of his gruelling 2,600-mile challenge across Australia.
Award for A 200,000 Sunderland sensory maze
Sunderland City Council's Landscape Design Team has won a prestigious award for the maze, which is used by pupils with severe learning difficulties and autism at Columbia Grange School in Washington.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Ardeo+Bardeo = mixed results
Ardeo+Bardeo is located in the historic district of Cleveland Park and has long been a neighborhood favorite.
SBA encourages Washingtonian to shop small on Saturday
The U.S. Small Business Administration is encouraging Washingtonians to shop small on Nov. 30 as part of Small Business Saturday, a day that is dedicated to supporting the small businesses that anchor our local communities and strengthen our economy.
Warning after spate of wheelie bin fires
ARSONISTS are being warned that setting fire to rubbish bins could risk lives after a spate of incidents in one Wearside neighbourhood.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
San Juan Islander
New state rules affect access to healthcare
The American Civil Liberties Union, concerned that Washingtonians' access to vital medical services is under threat because secular health care systems are being taken over by religiously affiliated ones, calls the proposed rules insufficent.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Holiday music magic at GMU
Washington Symphonic Brass, an innovative, 17-piece ensemble, brings its magical brand of brass music to George Mason University's Center for the Arts on Sunday.
DURHAM Rambling Club will do two walks in the Middleton-in-Teesdale...
DURHAM Rambling Club will do two walks in the Middleton-in-Teesdale area on Sunday, December 1 - a circular route of nine miles and a 12-mile hike over Monks Moor.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
MGAC Named One of The Washingtonian's 50 Great Places to Work
MGAC was named one of Washington, DC's 50 Great Places to Work today by The Washingtonian magazine.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
The Washington Post
Income growth is slowing down in the D.C. area
Spending cuts agreed to as part of the 2011 debt ceiling deal were being carried out in 2012, which meant downward pressure on wages from government agencies and contractors.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Crime News in Brief: Tuesday, November 19
The 15-year-old was making his way home when he set upon by two males at 11.15pm on Sunday near the area of St Clement's Court and the nearby shops.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Salem Board Will Set Time for Ward 6 Recount
Today is Monday, Nov. 18, and here are the five things you need to know before you start your week in Salem : 1 .