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5 hrs ago | C-SPAN
Students from the Washington Center and George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia, participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.a Representative John Lewis , an author and civil rights ..
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Could you survive the end of civilization?
12 hrs ago | News Max
President Barack Obama will never able to learn from the late Nelson Mandela about how to properly govern a nation, says Walter E. Williams, a syndicated columnist and economist at George Mason University.
18 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
Nelson Mandela was one of Reason's "35 Heroes of Freedom" back in 2003. Among other things, we cited his "remarkable forbearance and amity in overseeing South Africa's post-apartheid transition, creating a model for how the world might finally push past centuries-old racial strife."
21 hrs ago | Forbes.com
Neil Stenhouse, lead author of a paper accepted for publication by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, trashed the ability of American Meteorological Society meteorologists to understand global warming after they failed to validate Stenhouse's mythical global warming consensus.
Yesterday | The Washington Post
SPAN founder and chairman Brian Lamb during a visit to George Mason University's Fenwick Library.
George Mason University recently announced that the Mason Inn would be converted from a hotel and conference center to residential and academic facilities.
So here we are in the year's final month, amid the annual celebration characterized by runaway commercialism, roasting chestnuts, and Santa Anita's opening, and still we haven't seen a 2-year-old assert a championship claim or brandish anything that looked to these eyes like Eclipse Award credentials.
South Africa's Nelson Mandela was one of the few figures who managed to make the transition from liberation leader to successful politician and president.
With 2013 coming to an end, we took our annual look back at quotes from news stories over the last 12 months.
BB&T Classic Sunday, a college basketball double header to benefit the Children's Charities Foundation, will be played at the Verizon Center Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. The double header features University of Maryland versus George Washington University and George Mason University versus University of Oklahoma.
While Virginia boasts the highest percentage of federally funded private-sector jobs in the nation, "real" private enterprise in the commonwealth ranks second to last, a new report says.
The Merry Old Town Christmas Tree Lighting is Friday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Manassas Museum on Prince William Street.
Scientists from George Mason University and Rome's Center for Speleoarchaeological Research are using laser 3-D scanning to map sections of the ancient quarry system beneath the city.
Just before Thanksgiving, many conservatives seized on a new study examining the climate views of members of the American Meteorological Society.
Ed Wolfe, a Bremerton lawyer and former U.S. State Department official, announced Dec. 3 he will file to run for the County Commission from Central Kitsap in 2014.
Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel said Tuesday that President Barack Obama had accepted his recommendation and nominated as his top deputy a female mathematician with a strong background as a military budget analyst.