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  1. ConstanceWORKIN' for the Yankee DollarRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    We've all heard about the town without pity, but a town without newspapers? Please. Yet is entirely possible that in a short while, both San Francisco and Philadelphia will be without them.

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  2. Luxury shopping arrives downtown, and Friendship Heights braces for departuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    The Dior has a store in Friendship Heights and is planning one at CityCenter DC. Will it keep both open? Friendship Heights has been a longtime center of luxury shopping in the Washington area, one of the few places where the well-to-do could shop for the most exclusive international and designer fashion lines without slogging to Tysons Corner or even Manhattan.

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  3. A Recipe for Success: Black hero fights in Revolutionary War to create AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Solomon Titus Taylor living descendant and researcher of the Titus family history received the Presidential Service Center Distinguished Service Medal A recipe unlike most others I report on recently offered a taste of US history that made everyone proud. Who knew that black heroes fought so hard in the American revolutionary war? Many of them were slaves, like Ishmael Titus and his brother Primus all over the Eastern seaboard.

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  4. Past misconduct: Secrets of a former House speaker exact a priceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Post-gazette.com

    Penn State had to repaint a mural. A law enforcement complex in South Carolina had to change its name.

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  5. Americans detained in YemenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Several Americans have been detained in Yemen, a State Department official said on Sunday, amid reports that at least four US citizens are being held by Shi'a rebels. The Washington Post reported that the Americans were believed to be held by the Huthi militia in a prison near the capital Sana'a, and that US efforts to secure their release had faltered, hampered by the fact that Washington has no direct links to the rebels.

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  6. Report: Police in United States shoot more than two people a dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UPI

    A data analysis by The Washington Post suggests that police in the United States shot and killed an average of more than two people a day so far in 2015 -- double the number suggested by federal data. The newspaper released a report on Saturday using interviews, police reports and local news accounts to compile a database of every fatal shooting by police in 2015.

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  7. Washington Nationals Mock Draft: Last-Minute Picks and PredictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    Mike Rizzo and the Nationals must wait until No. 58 overall to make their first pick in the 2015 draft.

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  8. Editorial: Secret trial of journalist exposes IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Brattleboro Reformer

    Iran's tentative strides toward joining the ranks of responsible nations is regularly sabotaged by its secrecy and paranoia. Exhibit A is the continued detention of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian.

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  9. US police 'shot dead almost 400 people' in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trend

    US police have killed almost 400 people nationwide in 2015, The Washington Post reported on Sunday, using its own tally for lack of complete federal statistics, Al Jazeera reported. The newspaper reported that at least 385 people have been shot and killed by US police during the first five months of the year, a rate of more than two a day.

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  10. The Cliff Puckstable Hockey TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Capitals Outsider

    There is a beer league team in Laurel, Md. called Cliff Puckstable and their mascot is, obviously, Bill Cosby as The Cosby Show's Cliff Huxtable.

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  11. Cerebral palsy hasna t limited this District seniorRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    Latoya Brooks, left, fixes her daughter China Warren's hair as she gets ready for her prom at her home in Washington. China Warren was born more than three months premature, and she weighed less than two pounds.

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  12. Quick fix for an early Internet problem lives on a quarter-century laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    By the time a pair of engineers sat down for lunch together in Austin, the Internet's growing pains had become dire. Once a novelty for computer scientists, the network was now exploding in size, lurching ever closer to a hard mathematical wall built into one of the Internet's most basic protocols.

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  13. What we don't know about 380 Americans shot by the cops this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Philly.com

    It's a national disgrace that there's no good data on how many Americans are killed by the police. The Washington Post just did the job that government won't.

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  14. More than two people per day killed by US police: ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Nation

    Washington: US police have killed people at a rate of more than two a day this year, The Washington Post reported Sunday, using its own tally for lack of complete federal statistics. The federal government must rely on partial data because the country's 17,000 or so state and local police agencies are not required to report such killings.

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  15. Saudi-led coalition uses cluster bombs in Yemen: HRWRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Nation

    NEW YORK/Riyadh - SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT/AFP - Human Rights Watch, a prominent international watchdog group, has published new evidence alleging the Saudi Arabian-led coalition in Yemen has been using internationally-outlawed cluster bombs, warning that such attacks are 'harming civilians.' The New York-based group said its officials visited the Saada province in the north of Yemen this month in order to compile its report.

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  16. Police Have Killed Nearly 400 People In The Past Five Months, NationwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Vibe

    Sadly, police shooting are on a roll this year. According to a recent report by The Washington Post , a total of 385 people have been killed by law enforcement shootings so far this year, before even hitting the halfway mark of 2015.

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  17. The summer fruit that will make your tabbouleh a picnic starRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 30 | The Washington Post

    A tabbouleh traditionalist will tell you: It's all about the parsley. In the Middle East, it's a fluffy mound of parsley, with relatively minimal amounts of that ingredient, bulgur, that seems to dominate Western versions of the dish.

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  18. Millennials' attitudes towards possessions differ from other generationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | AGBeat

    The generation gap is nothing new. Almost everyone can look back on their life and see where their generation was different than that of their parents or grandparents.

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  19. On Native GroundWHERE are the Ben Bradlees in Today's Newsrooms?Read the original story

    Oct 24, 2014 | American Reporter

    But if you've worked with others, be it in the military, academia, or the workplace, you know great leaders when you see them. They possess hard-won experience in their field, and never ask you to do something they haven't done themselves.

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  20. On Native GroundIN Ukraine, Let Cooler Heads PrevailRead the original story

    Mar 6, 2014 | American Reporter

    There can be little doubt the Ukrainian revolt against President Viktor Yanukovych is not over yet. Since he fled the country, pro-Russian protestors have massed in Crimea, taken over the buildings of the regional parliament there, and scores of armed men dressed all in black, with no identifying insignia , have stationed themselves at the region's two main airports.

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