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  1. No. 3 Mississippi State beats No. 23 Texas A&M 72-67Read the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    No. 3 Mississippi State and No. 23 Texas A&M traded eight leads Sunday, leaving Bulldogs coach Vic Schaefer worn but pleased with the end result.


  2. Athletes in ACC urge lawmakers for repeal of NC's LGBT lawRead the original story

    Monday Feb 13 | Washington Times

    Four athletes from North Carolina's Atlantic Coast Conference schools have written a letter urging state lawmakers to repeal a law that limits the protections of LGBT people. The letter was signed by North Carolina fencer Ezra Baeli-Wang, Duke football player Chris Taylor, North Carolina State diver Gabi McDermott and Wake Forest men's golfer Tanner Owen.


  3. Left uses violence but decries 'speech as violence'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | Washington Times

    There is street violence, like that at the University of California at Berkeley last Wednesday, a microcosm of the anti-Trump rioting all over the country. A mob protesting a planned speech by Breitbart writer and self-styled iconoclast Milo Yiannopoulos turned ugly as 1,500 gathered.


  4. Illustration on anarchy and its cure by Alexander Hunter/The Washington TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | Washington Times

    There is street violence, like that at the University of California at Berkeley last Wednesday, a microcosm of the anti-Trump rioting all over the country. A mob protesting a planned speech by Breitbart writer and self-styled iconoclast Milo Yiannopoulos turned ugly as 1,500 gathered.


  5. Lesbian couple hired to co-pastor D.C. churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2017 | Washington Times

    A historic church in the heart of the nation's capital has hired a married lesbian couple as co-pastors. Calvary Baptist Church in northwest D.C. announced the hiring of Sally Sarratt and Maria Swearingen on Jan. 8 during morning worship, where they were approved by the congregation.


  6. Ronald McDonald keeping low profile as creepy clown craze intensifiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2016 | Washington Times

    And with Halloween just around the corner, school districts have banned clown outfits, police departments have begun cracking down on clownlike activities, professional jesters have reported a dip in their funny business, and some costume sellers have reported a spike in sales, while others have refused to offer clown gear. Amid a rash of scary clown sightings around the country, McDonald's Corp. announced Tuesday that its red fright-wigged mascot will be keeping a low profile because of the "current climate around clown sightings in communities."


  7. New York Times columnist Ross DouthatRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2016 | Washington Times

    In an America increasingly fractured by race, class and presidential politics, a group of Christians is launching an effort to revitalize the nation's institutions by emphasizing what unites the country rather than divides it. Headlined by Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias - who defends the faith from detractors - hip-hop artist Lecrae and columnists Ross Douthat and Kirsten Powers, the Q Commons forum will be nationally broadcast Thursday in more than 100 cities.


  8. NCAA relocates 7 events pulled from NC due to LGBT lawRead the original story

    Oct 7, 2016 | Washington Times

    The NCAA has relocated its men's basketball regional tournament to Greenville, South Carolina, after withdrawing the event from Greensboro, North Carolina, because of that state's law restricting the rights of LGBT people. The NCAA announced the move Friday after pulling seven championship events from North Carolina last month.


  9. Goodbye, political correctnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2016 | Washington Times

    Only three years old, Trail Life USA , the Christian answer to the politically correct Boy Scouts of America, is operating 700 troops in 48 states, with nearly 30,000 troop members. It's still small compared to the BSA, which began in 1910 and claims more than two million members.


  10. Clown sightings in South Carolina under police investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2016 | Washington Times

    An investigation is underway in Greenville, South Carolina, after police received multiple reports of clowns attempting to lure children into a wooded area, authorities said Tuesday. Master Deputy Ryan Flood of the Greenville County Sheriff's Office said authorities have increased the number of officers on patrol in the area and have opened an investigation after being told about a series of bizarre sightings in recent days from both children and adults alike, ABC News reported .


  11. Florida's Massey expects to cause 'headache' for defensesRead the original story

    Aug 26, 2016 | Washington Times

    Dre Massey is Florida's most versatile player, capable of lining up at receiver, running back, quarterback, returner and punter. Yes, punter.


  12. Photographic memorial honors fallen SC military membersRead the original story

    Jul 22, 2016 | Washington Times

    Her son, Barrett, was killed in Afghanistan in 2013, and she has found herself in a difficult place along the path to healing. The wounds are still fresh in Barrett's father, Curt, whose sense of loss is written deeply on his face.


  13. Canadian Olympian, NDSU standout Teschuk turns pro in trackRead the original story

    Jul 12, 2016 | Washington Times

    School officials say Teschuk has signed with ASICS Furman Elite, a post-collegiate distance training group based in Greenville, South Carolina. The contract includes apparel and shoes from ASICS, as well as free room and board, coaching, physiotherapy, travel and a monthly stipend.


  14. Shipping: Free from China, not across South DakotaRead the original story

    May 29, 2016 | Washington Times

    DeVries and his wife run an eBay business from their home just southeast of Sioux Falls in Alvord, Iowa, selling farm, automotive and machinery parts, the Argus Leader reported. Everything else sold as it always had, but two smaller items - 12-volt solenoids and lawn mower bearings - stopped moving altogether a little over a year ago.


  15. Carl Sandberg Home hosts writer in residenceRead the original story

    Apr 22, 2016 | Washington Times

    Soon after Kimberly Simms arrived at the Carl Sandburg Home, the poet had the first of the season's baby goats in her arms, only hours old at that point. Simms, who is the National Historic Site's 2016 writer-in-residence, lives in Marietta, South Carolina, a short 20-minute drive away - close enough that she's commuting from her home to Flat Rock for the residency, which runs from April 6 to April 26. "For me it's a great opportunity to work in Carl Sandburg's house because I'm a fan and a lover of poetry," said Simms.


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