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4 hrs ago | Washington Post
The plush white rabbit is an annual highlight of the White House Easter Egg Roll, which took over the South Lawn on Monday.
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8 hrs ago | Media Matters for America
Retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson is trading on his medical reputation to ride a wave of media hype, but upon closer examination, many of his views are contradictory or emulate the uninformed chatter of a right-wing radio shock jock.
12 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Brian Fung covers technology for The Washington Post, focusing on electronic privacy, national security, digital politics and the Internet that binds it all together.
14 hrs ago | Baltimore News
The Washington Post reports that nearly 2,000 more students attended county schools this year than last.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Rebecka Ortiz offers a sample of pasta to daughter Sariah, 3, in a store where she was using food stamps.
18 hrs ago | News Max
Chris Brown's assault trial stemming from an October altercation with a fan has been pushed to Wednesday, though his bodyguard was convicted of misdemeanor assault last week for his alleged part in the fight.
Carolyn Hax started her advice column in 1997 as a weekly feature for The Washington Post, accompanied by the work of "relationship cartoonist" Nick Galifianakis.
The Washington Post has hired Steven Petrow to write an advice column with a special focus on LGBTQ issues.
The subscribers will pay $5 a month or $50 a year. The bonuses also include discounts or special seats at Slate events and early access to some articles.
The union representing Montgomery County Police officers has lost a third court challenge in its battle over retirement and health benefits.
NBC has been so alarmed at Meet the Press's decline, the network hired a "psychological consultant" to assess the host, David Gregory.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, center, budget director Franklin Raines, left, and Carol Thompson Cole, right, an adviser to Raines, enter the White House after a short news conference in August 1997, shortly after the passage of the Revitalization Act.
Only Gene, Tom and Dave know what Post Hunt 2014 will feature, but we suspect it'll be gigantic - like the fun participants will have.
Next year's elections in Great Britain may look very familiar to American audiences.
Earlier this month, I wrote a story for The Washington Post about how scanning and skimming our way through the Internet is messing with our ability to read deeper and longer works.
The Washington Post reports that while conversion numbers have fallen national in the Catholic Church, there has been an increase in the Washington area.
Glenn Greenwald told CNN's Brian Stelter on Sunday that receiving the Pulitzer Prize for public service was "really gratifying."