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Rabbi Adam Rosenwasser just became the first rabbi hired in Washington to fill a major pulpit who is married to someone of the same-gender.
5 hrs ago | NH Insider
On September 12, 2013, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter voted against a simple piece of legislation that required income verification to receive ObmaCare subsidies.
9 hrs ago | Washington Examiner
A woman known for donating gowns from her Maryland bridal shop to military brides has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for stealing more than $5 million from her nonprofit employer.
13 hrs ago | Russia Taday
Since 1996 he has been sending his daily newsletter, Johnson's Russia List, to thousands of subscribers - foreign policy experts, diplomats, businessmen, and scholars around the world who use his materials as their main source of information on foreign and specifically US - Russia affairs.
17 hrs ago | NewsBusters.org
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo talks tough, but is very sensitive to criticism, fighting with critics on Twitter and elsewhere.
19 hrs ago | The Washington Post
District-based deal purveyor LivingSocial narrowed its losses in the second quarter of the year, regulatory filings show, after enduring financial struggles that included steep losses, business closures and layoffs.
The Committee to Protect Journalists has called on the Iranian government to immediately release four detained journalists, three of whom it said had US-Iranian nationality.
Allan Hurst, 53, had to appeal to state officials to get his insurer to pay for hepatitis C treatments.
"President Darth Vader" is probably never going to appear in any United States history books, but polling figures suggest that the Sith lord of Star Wars lore is more popular than any actual likely 2016 oval office candidates.
During the Senate hearings into what had already become known as "Watergate," the leading Republican on the panel, Sen. Howard Baker of Tennessee asked of witnesses "What did the President know and when did he know it?" "The President," in that construct, was Richard Nixon but in the ensuing 41 years, Senator Baker's question has been asked of many ... (more)
Middle school students from Browne Education Campus look at an architect's model under glass during a field trip to the National Museum of African American History construction site on Tuesday in Washington.
Thank you. When the last penny had been counted, readers of The Washington Post had contributed $330,963.53 to this year's Send a Kid to Camp campaign.
Jolly on Monday asserted his personal support for "traditional marriage," but said the government should allow for same-sex marriage "as a matter of Constitutional principle."
You will see that enthusiasm reflected in this letter from the county government's leader, but it's also a very helpful guide for anyone planning to use the five new stations set to open Saturday in Fairfax.
The Washington Post's "Fact Checker" Wednesday examined Rep. Bill Cassidy 's recent Senate campaign ad that criticizes "some in Congress" who "exempted staff from "It's good enough for us, but not for them -- that's what's wrong with Washington," says Cassidy, a Baton Rouge physician, in the TV ad.
Allahpundit at Hot Air enjoyed mocking the White House spokesman for disdaining the media's use of anonymous sources....as if the White House never delivers information anonymously.
Washington: Senior US intelligence officials said Russia trained and equipped separatists responsible for the shooting down of MH17 with a surface-to-air missile over Ukraine, but noted that the rebels may have targeted the plane presuming it to be a Ukrainian military jet.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:10 pm
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