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3 hrs ago | Pam's House Blend
Watching Operation Protective Edge move from a few air strikes to invasion and decimation of the land and people of Palestine is so reminiscent of Cast Lead and the horrors we covered then.
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7 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
House Republicans who profess an allegiance to local democracy outdid themselves in the hypocrisy department last week as they trampled on the District of Columbia's right to home rule.
10 hrs ago | The Washington Post
President Obama in March signs the Violence Against Women Act, which expands protections against housing discrimination for victims of domestic violence.
14 hrs ago | Switched
The Post's new online vertical, Storyline , will cover policy topics through articles, videos and charts -- or "chapters" -- that follow a particular storyline.
Sally Quinn founded the "On Faith" section of The Washington Post, and she's shown a repeated pattern of loathing conservative Christians, especially Sarah Palin.
Winston & Strawn is experiencing fast growth in its e-discovery department, according to The Washington Post.
Kevin Martin becomes emotional while talking to reporters after leaving the D.C. Superior courthouse on July 21st after being exonerated for a crime he didn't commit.
Does anyone in Washington have any regard for the truth? I recently saw a re-run of Hillary Clinton making the statement that she and her husband were broke when they left the White House.
The Washington Post devoted a story and two large color photographs on Monday to a small leftist protest against Israel.
A Washington Post columnist since 1984, Thomas Boswell is known for the many books he has written on baseball, including "How Life Imitates the World Series" and "Why Time Begins on Opening Day."
The Blue Line has two fewer trains per hour during peak periods. About half the trains will be eight cars long.
The United States believes Moscow provided Ukrainian rebels with the missile launchers that downed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, and moved them back into Russia after it was hit, US newspapers reported late Saturday.
At 67, he continues to be, as Anna Quindlen once wrote, like one of those inflatable toys with sand weighting the bottom – you knock him over and he pops back up.
Pepe Escobar is the roving correspondent for Asia Times/Hong Kong, an analyst for RT and TomDispatch, and a frequent contributor to websites and radio shows ranging from the US to East Asia.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes has descended into the fever swamps of anti-Semitic tropes with her cartoon animation depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu punching a Hamas-Gaza baby in the face, posted to the WaPo's YouTube channel: Perhaps Ms.
Washington has taken an indefinite break from the budget debate that marked the early part of this decade.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:09 pm
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