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Editorial: Fairfax Citys Lack Of Need to Know Mondays Washington Post story by Tom Jackman entitled, Fairfax City Land Deal Under Scrutiny, with the subhead, More Public Discussion About $30 Million Sale Was Needed, Critics Say, portrayed a situation apparently in stark contrast to the way things wor
Falls Church News-Press | 10 hours, 41 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Falls Church, Virginia
D.C. police chief Cathy L. Lanier earns 75 percent approval rating D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier continues to be one of the most well-liked officials in the city, earning a 75percent approval rating among registered voters in an NBC4/Washington Post/Marist poll released Wednesday. Read full article >>
Washington Post | 11 hours, 36 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Washington, District of Columbia
New poll gives Bowser double-digit lead but reveals that vulnerabilities remain Democratic nominee Muriel E. Bowser has emerged from a contentious summer on the campaign trail with a hefty advantage in the race for D.C. mayor, holding a double-digit lead over two independent rivals, according to a new NBC4/Washington Post/Marist poll
Washington Post | 12 hours, 8 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Jeff Bezos is taking on SpaceX with a new rocket engine. How does it stack up? You might not have realized, but Jeff Bezos has a rocket engine. Several, in fact. And on Wednesday, the Amazon chief executive (and Washington Post owner) unveiled thelatest design the Blue Engine 4, or what Bezoshopeswill carry U.S. payloads into space
Washington Post | 13 hours, 20 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Washington Post reporter facing interrogation, Iranian official says A senior Iranian official said Wednesday that Jason Rezaian, a Washington Post reporter detained in Tehran nearly two months ago, is being interrogated on unspecified charges by judicial authorities. He is facing interrogation in Iran for what he has done
Washington Post | 15 hours, 5 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Hillarys steak is not well done CAL THOmAS (c) 2011 TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC. Prior to his annual steak fry, retiring Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said this about Hillary Clinton to Dan Balz of The Washington Post: “...she is much more progressive in her thoughts and her inclinatio
Port Aransas South Jetty | 18 hours, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Port Aransas, Texas
Mayoral candidate Muriel Bowser faces questions on her D.C. Council record D.C. mayoral candidate Muriel Bowser's toughest opponent may be in the mirror. The Democratic nominee is having to defend her actions as a member of the D.C. Council, especially when it comes to education, The Washington Post reported. Critics complain th
bizjournals.com | 23 hours, 39 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Washington, District of Columbia
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Vous ne pouvez pas sentir ceux qui ont une opinion politique contraire? L'idologie a une odeur Les conservateurs et les progressistes ne sentent pas pareil, explique leWashington Post. Selon unetudepublie parl'American Journal of Political Science, nous serions plus attirs par l'odeur de quelqu'un qui partage les mmes ides p
Slate Magazine | Sep 17, 2014 08:26 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
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Sur le harclement en ligne, Facebook, Twitter et Youtube sont la trane la chasse aux harceleurs, les gants du web amricain sont de pitres shrifs. Selon le Washington Post, un rapport met en lumire le manque de dynamisme dont font preuve Facebook, Twitter et YouTube lorsquil sagit de modrer les abus en ligne. Finance en parti
Slate Magazine | Sep 17, 2014 08:06 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
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La chasse aux nazis pourrait se poursuivre jusque dans les annes 2040 Soixante-dix ans aprs la chute du Troisime Reich, les chasseurs de nazis continuent la traque. Et ce n'est pas prs de s'arrter... Selon le Washington Post, la chasse aux criminels de guerre hitlriens pourrait se poursuivre jusque dans les annes 2040.Alors
Slate Magazine | Sep 17, 2014 07:38 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend