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A Superior Court judge ruled Cornell Jones and his nonprofit, accused of using HIV/AIDS funds to open this Queens Chapel Road NE strip club, owe the city over $1 million.
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The Washington Post's Dan Balz, sometimes called the dean of the Washington press corps, today takes a look at politics in the Volunteer State, framed by the Republican primary battle between U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander and state Rep. Joe Carr.
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NEWS ITEM: The Washington Post reported that the CIA has taken to Twitter to share its insights and answer questions.
District of Columbia police officers were told Sunday to cease enforcing the city's ban on carrying loaded handguns in public places.
You never know what will come up on these Richard Nixon tapes. Even the mating habits of pandas.
Benny Johnson, the 28-year-old BuzzFeed editor who was fired last week for serial plagiarism, never went to journalism school.
Well, here is a clever new business strategy: Offer service members around the country and around the world financing for their appliances, furniture, and electronics, and then, when they fall behind on their loans, sue them in courts they can't get to to represent themselves.
Iran confirmed it is holding the four, including two freelance photographers, but did not disclose details about why they were being held.
Lawmakers in Washington have reached a deal to overhaul the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs, multiple news organizations are reporting.
"People are so fed up with the gridlock and dysfunction in Washington. Congress is unfortunately unable to even agree on the most obvious kinds of things," Mrs. Clinton said.
Ray Banks, 64, a 20-year resident of Accokeek, Md., gets breakfast at B&J Carry-Out on July 24. "This isn't about economics.
Sarah Palin took to Facebook today to rail against The Washington Post for not covering President Obama 's scandals with the same journalistic tenacity as they did with Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal all those many years ago.
Actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and Rachel McAdams are shown in a scene from "A Most Wanted Man," based on a 2008 novel by John le Carre.
A federal judge ruled that Washington, D.C.'s ban on the carrying of handguns in public is unconstitutional.
The headlines screamed from the pages of the nation’s newspapers. In November 2013, USA Today said, “Many veterans still wait weeks for mental health care.” The newspaper reported that while veterans were committing suicide at a rate of 22 per day, it took more than two weeks to get a first-time psychiatric appointment.
Soon after Ian and Amy Hicks married, they took a photo with a rap group that went viral online.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 01:43 pm
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