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It may be hard to believe, or maybe it's all too believable; but here in Washington the chattering classes are beginning to ask a question that, elsewhere in America, might seem premature: After Obama, what? Of course, since we read the Washington Post and the New York Times , we know that the Republican party, or what's left of it, is in hopeless ... (more)
The burglary occurred in 1972, the climax came in 1974, but 40 years ago this week -- May 17, 1973 -- the Senate Watergate hearings began exploring the nature of Richard Nixon's administration.
As a sweeping immigration overhaul is debated in Congress, The Washington Post takes a look back at 30 years of U.S. immigration policy.
A man who told people in Washington he was a former British spy has pleaded guilty to defrauding former business associates of $2.1 million.
A year ago, The Associated Press discovered a foiled al-Qaida plot. Worried about the safety of an informant in the case, the CIA asked the AP to delay publishing the story until their spy could be secured.
Battle of the sexes: Men fit the command-and-control model of rules and routines used in most businesses, women generally do not, says a new book.
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.
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks to the audience during an Apple event in San Jose, Calif.
The Sunday morning talk shows will find a lot to talk about in the Washington controversies over the IRS , the Department of Justice and the Benghazi attack.
On his blog at the Washington Post , Greg Sargent reports that Harry Reid is gearing up to exercise the "nuclear option" in July and that the president is right behind him: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is increasingly focused on the month of July as the time to exercise the so-called "nuclear option" and revisit filibuster reform, and he has ... (more)
Last October, senior Obama officials anonymously unveiled to the Washington Post their newly minted "disposition matrix", a complex computer system that will be used to determine how a terrorist suspect will be "disposed of": Assistant Defense Secretary Michael Sheehan, right, testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee's May 16, 2013, ... (more)
That, essentially, was the complaint waged by Washington Post reporters David A. Fahrenthold and Ed O'Keefe in the first six paragraphs of their page A2 May 16 story, "A persistent GOP battle against health law" : Doing the same thing over and over again - and expecting a different result - is supposed to be the definition of insanity.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is not sure when its controversial 17th Street levee project - designed to prevent floodwaters from surging across the Mall into downtown Washington - will resume, The Washington Post reports.
Now that the commemorations and ceremonies marking the ninth anniversary of the Sept.
Apple CEO Tim Cook plans to propose a "dramatic simplification" of corporate tax laws when he testifies for the first time before Congress next week, just as lawmakers are eyeing an overhaul of the tax code.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney meets with the Rev. Billy Graham, and his son Franklin Graham in Montreat, N.C. in 2012.