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2 hrs ago | NewsBusters.org

Leftists Who Trashed 'No Angel' Term In NY Times for...

The hypersensitive leftists who screamed in social media at The New York Times over using the term "no angel" to describe Michael Brown after he was shot dead in Ferguson ought to read Washington Post media blogger Erik Wemple.

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Related Topix: Publishing, Death Penalty

3 hrs ago | News Talk Florida

Report: As Many As 300 Americans Fighting For IS

The Washington Post reports that "as many as 300 Americans" are fighting with ISIS and the government is gathering more information and intelligence.

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Related Topix: The Washington Post Company, Publishing

Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Washington Post

After 40 years on the air in Washington, Arch Campbell says goodbye - sort of

Arch Campbell, iconic local broadcaster and movie reviewer for Channel 8/WJLA, is taking "a break" after several decades in TV.

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Related Topix: Washington, DC, The Washington Post Company, Publishing, Cleveland Park (Washington, DC)

Streetsblog

Are There Any Affordable Cities Left in America?

When you factor in both housing and transportation costs as a percent of income, the car-dependent cities in the right column expensive.

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Related Topix: Publishing

The Daily Caller

Same-Sex Rape In The Military On The Rise

An article in the September issue of GQ discuses the recent increase in same-sex rape in the military.

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Related Topix: Gay/Lesbian, Publishing, US News, Conservative Political News

The Washington Post

Mathews: Big charter change seen in 2 D.C. schools

Two D.C. charter schools you've probably never heard of have just been declared vital for our nation's educational future.

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Related Topix: Columbia Heights (Washington, DC), Washington, DC, Blog News, Publishing, Family, Kids

The Washington Post

Wonkbook: Burger King and Tim Hortons, with a side of tax reform

Welcome to Wonkbook, Wonkblog's morning policy news primer by Puneet Kollipara .

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Related Topix: Tim Hortons, Life, Food, Fast Food, Publishing, US News, Sports

New Yorker

When Journalists Go Missing

In 2003, when the United States invaded Iraq, I was working as a senior editor at the Washington Post .

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Related Topix: Journalism, Publishing, Iraq, World News

The Washington Post

Buffaloes, gentle giants of the plains, return to the National Zoo after a decade

Curator Steve Sarro feeds a bison leaf-eater biscuits in the barn at the Smithsonian's National Zoo on Aug. 21 in Washington.

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Related Topix: Recreational Vehicle, Bison, The Washington Post Company, Publishing

Tue Aug 26, 2014

The Washington Post

Buffaloes, gentle giants of the plains, return to the National Zoo after a decade

Curator Steve Sarro feeds a bison leaf-eater biscuits in the barn at the Smithsonian's National Zoo on Aug. 21 in Washington.

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Related Topix: Recreational Vehicle, Bison, The Washington Post Company, Publishing

The Washington Post

400 gnomes disappeared in Austria, and ita s causing a political scandal

Last weekend in the mountainous Austrian state of Vorarlberg, 400 gnomes disappeared.

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Related Topix: The Washington Post Company, Publishing, Entertainment

ABA Journal

BakerHostetler to represent the House in its suit against Obama; contract pays $500 an hour

The U.S. House of Representatives has hired BakerHostetler to sue President Obama for allegedly overstepping his powers by taking executive actions said to revise the health-care law.

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Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, Publishing

New Yorker

When Journalists Go Missing

In 2003, when the United States invaded Iraq, I was working as a senior editor at the Washington Post .

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Related Topix: Journalism, Publishing, Iraq, World News

The Washington Post

Wonkbook: Burger King and Tim Hortons, with a side of tax reform

Welcome to Wonkbook, Wonkblog's morning policy news primer by Puneet Kollipara .

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Related Topix: Tim Hortons, Life, Food, Fast Food, Publishing, US News, Sports

Mon Aug 25, 2014

The Washington Post

Driverless vehicles? Even in D.C. streets? An autonomous car takes a capital test run.

The Washington Post goes for a spin in Carnegie Mellon University's autonomous vehicle.

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Related Topix: The Washington Post Company, US Politics, US News, Republican, US House of Representatives, Bill Shuster, Publishing, Capitol Hill (Washington, DC), Washington, DC

Daily Kos

NC-Sen: Thom Tillis (R) Finds Himself At Odds With The Chamber Of Commerce On The Export-Import Bank

North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in North Carolina, does not support the Export-Import Bank, which puts him at odds with the Chamber of Commerce.

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Related Topix: The Washington Post Company, Publishing, Small Business, Personal Finance

Washington Post

In the Loop: Navigating sanctions against Burma

The State Department was tied in knots a few weeks ago trying to explain how Secretary of State John F. Kerry and his traveling party helped line the pockets of one of Burma's richest men, despite the fact that he is on an American sanctions blacklist.

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Related Topix: US News, The Washington Post Company, Publishing, Liberal Political News

Foreign Policy

Stopping the Islamic State Might Be Obama's Chance to Salvage His Middle East Policy

The social media-produced execution of journalist Jim Foley released on Aug. 19 focuses attention on whether President Obama will stay the course in Iraq or take necessary actions to defeat the Islamic State .

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Related Topix: Middle East, Iraq, World News, Publishing,

The Daily Caller

Washington Post Columnist Gets In Another Bar Skirmish

NOVEMBER 12: A bartender at Hops & Barley brewpub pours a pint of beer on November 12, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.

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Related Topix: Publishing, Beer, Drink, World News, Germany, Marketing, Dupont Circle (Washington, DC)

Cybercast News Service

Back from Vacation

The Washington Post runs a little item every Friday entitled: "Who Had the Worst Week in Washington?" It is often a political figure who as said or done something so outrageous that it stands out from all the other outrageous things political figures here have said or done.

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Related Topix: The Washington Post Company, Publishing, US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, us Travel

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